— An evening of dance from around the region. CSU dance faculty and students share the stage with faculty and students from colleges, universities, and community college programs in Colorado and Wyoming.
Fall & Recover
Colorado State University
Choreographer: Lisa Morgan
with Sharon K. Wilson and Billie Pawlikowski
Performers: Sharon K. Wilson and Billie Pawlikowski
Music: Yann Tierson and Rene Aubry
Fall & Recover are fundamental movement concepts that we study as dance artists, discovering the limits and ability of the body in space. They are also foundational to the aging body as gravity influences our stability and challenge to walk upright. People living with Parkinson’s are immediately aware of falling and recovering from all sorts of things and are confronted with them on a daily and moment-to-moment basis, both physically and psychologically. This dance piece looks at these concepts as well as a path of the “condition”, reflecting on the difficulties, the bizarre presentations and the humor and play we ultimately need to remind ourselves to take part in. www.movingthroughparkinsons.com
to be seen, to be understood, to be not so very lonely
Colorado Mesa University
Choreographer and performer: Meredith Lyons
Video Projection: Tori Lawrence + Chris Landy
Music: The Books
University of Northern Colorado
Choreographer: Kim Clay
Performers: Gabe Adams, Chris Bain, Isabelle Cunningham, Liz Grannis, Jordan Jenkins, Brooke Kraus, Danny Maguire, Nathan Petit, Mason Purece, Kira Wendland, Addison Williams
Music: “Goodnight Moon” by Eric Whitacre & Eric Whitacre Singers
Vessels: Embodying Shape and Texture Through Pottery and Dance
Colorado State University
Collaborators: Sanam Emami and Madeline Jazz Harvey
Music: Dream by John Cage; Nocturne No. 1 in D minor by Jon Batiste
Lighting Design: Ray McGowan
Projection Design: Price Johnston
Each artist, immersed in her own practice, explores the potential for collaboration of gesture, shape, and imagery.
INTERMISSION (15 minutes)
Choreographer and Performer: Kristen Holleyman
Sound: Recording of a metronome
Choreographers and Performers: Kristin Downs, David Hamilton, Katelyn Lang, Mariah Lang, Galactic Wiggins
Music: Holocene by Bon Iver
Sound Score arranged by Kristin Downs
TICKETING FEES: A $1 per ticket handling fee will be added to all orders. A $3 per order fee will be added for all phone and 'at the door' purchases. You can avoid the $3 order fee by purchasing your tickets online.
RESERVED SEATING EVENT: Seating begins 30 minutes prior to curtain. Patrons arriving after the start of the performance will be admitted at an appropriate interval and may be required to sit at the rear or sides of the theater. TICKETS WILL NOT BE REFUNDED OR EXCHANGED.
CSU STUDENTS: Skip the lines and use your RAMCard right at the door for general admission seating in designated areas (based on availability). To obtain a specific seat location you must reserve your ticket in advance. Students wishing to sit together must make their reservations together in person at the box office. TICKETS CANNOT BE EXCHANGED FOR A DIFFERENT SEAT. As events sell out should you find that you cannot attend a ticketed performance please contact the box office to release your seat so that other students may attend.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: The UCA Ticket Office is open 60 minutes prior to curtain time for 'in person' sales only and remains open until 30 minutes after the performance begins.