Emory Dance Company Fall Concert
Thursday, November 17 to Sunday, November 19, at 8 pm and 2 pm Sunday.
Dance Studio, Schwartz Center for Performing Arts
$12; $10 discount category members; $8 students
This fall concert features six new choreographic dance works performed by Emory students. Nationally-renowned choreographer Kyle Abraham creates a world-premiere work through a two-week residency. Also on the program are works by Atlanta-based artist Celeste Miller, Emory dance faculty members Gregory Catellier and George Staib, and Dance Program alumnae Blake Beckham and Kathleen Wessel. More information at Emory.
Spelman Dance Theatre Fall Concert
Thursday, November 17, to Sunday, November 20, 8 pm and 2 pm Sun.
Baldwin Burroughs Theater at the John D.Rockefeller Fine Arts Building, 350 Spelman Lane
Spelman Dance Theatre will feature a new dance work by guest artist Linda Lehovec. Also on the program is new work by resident dance faculty choreographers Meredith Moore and T. Lang and student choreographers Jenelle Speller and Timothy Jones.
More information at Spelman
Kennesaw State University Dance Department Fall Concert: Paquita + III
Wednesday, November 16, to Sunday, November 20, at 8 pm
KSU Howard Logan Stillwell Theater
$20 general admission, $12 students
In addition to the ballet classic, "Paquita," staged by Reiko Kimura, the performance will feature three original works by artist-in-residence and gloATL founder Lauri Stallings, assistant professor Sandra Parks, and program director Ivan Pulinkala. More information at KSU.
Studio Dance Theatre at Agnes Scott College: Danceworks 2011
Friday, November 18, and Saturday, November 19 at 8 pm
Gaines Chapel, Presser Hall
Tickets: $5 general admission, free for ASC
Students in Agnes Scott College dance program perform choreography by Bhumi Patel, Marius Petipa, Bridget Roosa, Clay Taliaferro. More information at ASC.
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