The Department of Theatre & Dance presents Dancewise: Spark!, a dance production with choreography and performances by students, faculty, and guest artists, under the artistic direction of Courtney World at the Tennessee Williams Center's Proctor Hill Theatre.
Thursday, November 18 at 7:30pm
Friday, November 19 at 7:30pm
Saturday, November 20 at 7:30pm
Sunday, November 21 at 2:00pm
Admission is free, but seating is limited. Reserve your spot on Eventbrite. Spark! features the choreography of guest artist Jean Appolon, artistic director of Jean Appolon Expressions, a Boston-based contemporary dance company deeply rooted in Haitian folkloric culture. Six student dancers will perform an excerpt from a full-length work in the company’s repertory.
Dance is the art of movement; it’s dimensional expression. Dance is shaped by culture, style, and emotion, and its relevance travels along the curve of social change.
Why study Dance at Sewanee?
Dance courses at Sewanee will provide you with an inclusive learning environment, accommodating all levels and backgrounds—from experienced dancers seeking to develop their skills further to those discovering dance for the first time. Sewanee offers ballet, tap, jazz, and modern dance styles with accompanying courses that focus on composition and production.
All classes take place in the professionally equipped dance studio in the Tennessee Williams Center. In addition to academic dance courses, master class opportunities are often available to Sewanee students and the community.
FELLOWSHIP IN THE ARTS
Sewanee invites students with exceptional promise to apply for a Fellowship in the Arts. Fellowships range in value and are renewable for four years.