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TDPS Experimental Performance Series

TDPS Experimental Performance Series

College of Arts and Humanities | School of Theatre, Dance, and Performance Studies | The Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center Saturday, December 4, 2021 2:00 pm-4:00 pm

Crisscross choreographed by Paetyn Lewis, B.A. Dance ’22
Strangers choreographed by Megan McDevitt, B.A. Dance ’22

Crisscross choreographed by Paetyn Lewis

In Title TBD, Lewis explores the stages and effects of anxiety and depression through a lens of femininity. Movements inspired by modern dance and hip hop create an abstract commentary on the struggles of overthinking and isolation among young women today.

Strangers choreographed by Megan McDevitt

This piece explores the potential intersecting pathways and connections between strangers passing each other on the street. McDevitt uses choreographic elements such as repetition and speed to magnify everyday moments that we tend to overlook and to imagine what another person’s life may be like. This immersive piece will prompt audiences to reflect on how their own past and biases influence their perception of others.

Add to Calendar 12/04/21 2:00 PM 12/04/21 4:00 PM America/New_York TDPS Experimental Performance Series

Crisscross choreographed by Paetyn Lewis, B.A. Dance ’22
Strangers choreographed by Megan McDevitt, B.A. Dance ’22

Crisscross choreographed by Paetyn Lewis

In Title TBD, Lewis explores the stages and effects of anxiety and depression through a lens of femininity. Movements inspired by modern dance and hip hop create an abstract commentary on the struggles of overthinking and isolation among young women today.

Strangers choreographed by Megan McDevitt

This piece explores the potential intersecting pathways and connections between strangers passing each other on the street. McDevitt uses choreographic elements such as repetition and speed to magnify everyday moments that we tend to overlook and to imagine what another person’s life may be like. This immersive piece will prompt audiences to reflect on how their own past and biases influence their perception of others.

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