Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Sharing ideas from Professor Ebright about Dance Concert

The following is from Professor Wanda Ebright about dance and choreographers featured in the dance concert that will be performed this Thursday, Friday and Saturday:
From Professor Ebright:
Six things to know about the six dances in the Spring Faculty & Guest Artist Dance Concert, running Thursday through Saturday nights at 8pm in the Watson Theater...

1. Sometimes you come to see a performance, but become a part of the performance. (Choreography by Twyla Tharp)

2. We sink or swim, stand or fall, united as one group. (Choreography by guest artist Natalie Berry)

3. Many of us with PCs will once again be envious of the Mac. (Choreography by Prof. Angela M. Gallo)

4. Gloom and doom are not requirements for a senior thesis project in dance, as evidenced by Miss Stacie Fields. (Choreography by Stacie C. Fields)

5. Coker does ballet? Twice in one show? (Choreography by Prof. Wanda K. W. Ebright)

6. I get exhausted just watching this one! We must be doing something right over here! (Choreography by Terance Henderson)

Tickets are free for faculty, staff and students, $5 for all other seats. A reception in the Stein Gallery will follow the Friday night performance. Come and see!

"The saddest thing in life is wasted talent." from the Chazz Palminteri film "A Bronx Tale"

Wanda K. W. Ebright
Associate Professor of Dance
Coker College Dance Program
300 East College Avenue
Hartsville, SC 29550

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