Dance on DisplayGAMBIER, Ohio (November 27, 2007) Dance artistry will take center stage with three performances of the annual Fall Dance Concert, December 6-8, at 8:00 pm in the Hill Theater. Admission is $1.
Directed by Associate Professor of Dance Julie Brodie, the concert features a wide variety of pieces choreographed by students and faculty as well as guest artists. Two senior dance majors, Chloe Nisbett of
* "Full Moon Disconnect," a new work that professional performer and choreographer Anthony Gongora set for six students while he was in residence at Kenyon in September.
* "Some Nerve," a dynamic duet by Kora Radella, visiting artist in dance.
* A demanding trio featuring a rug along with bug imagery, created by Emily Lawrence, visiting assistant professor of dance.
* A group ballet piece by Jade Laymon, an adjunct instructor and a former member of the New York City Ballet. The piece is in the Balanchine style and set to the music of Prokofiev.
* Donald McKayle's "Rainbow Etude," staged by Brodie for a group of six Kenyon dancers. Brodie set the piece from the Labanotation score.
The box office is open from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. Monday, December 3, through Saturday, December 8, and one hour before each performance. Tickets may be reserved by visiting the box office or by calling 740-427-5546.