New Dances is a great opportunity for students to to present their creative work on stage, no matter how developed it is. New Dances is a fun, supportive and fulfilling experience for everyone!
A workshop/conversation with Amirah Sackett of "We're Muslim Don't Panic."
Sarah Gamblin, Joy Davis, Matthew Cumbie and Sam Horning, who have never worked all together before, will share the results of a week-long residency at the School of Theatre, Dance, and Performance Studies as they dance through these questions.
An evening of original dances, created and produced by UMD student members of the Delta Chi Xi Honorary Dance Fraternity.
Join South African guest artist Mamela Nyamza in conversation, celebration, and performance of "PARKS OF ROSES," the new dance theater work she has been creating throughout her three week TDPS residency in collaboration with students and alums.
AUDITION FOR MAMELA NYAMZA, SOUTH AFRICAN GUEST ARTIST on Monday, August 29 from 6:30 - 9pm.
Three original works from UMD students in the MFA Dance program.
My Life Has Been Like Water by Mark Costello a multimedia project using a live videoloop to explore time as an architectural object; something to be controlled, built, expanded and repeated. Part theater, part dance, part film, untitled homage to my twenties in new york city by Kelly Colburn explores the exhilaration, freedom, fear and regret of actively witnessing the death of your youth.
Featuring provocative choreography by Master of Fine Arts students in dance, serving as an unguarded exploration of these young artists' talents and interests.
This concert focuses on new works in development. As the first opportunity for them to put material onstage and see what develops, it often contains the seeds of movement ideas that will be featured in their MFA Thesis programs.
FREE, TICKETS REQUIRED
Undergraduate TDPS Dance students present a concert of original choreography.