WSU Department of Theater & Dance presents their 34th annual Dancescape concert, with original choreography by students, faculty, and guest artists. Directed by Erin Drummond, the concert will feature twelve original dance pieces including “space for sound,” a new tap piece by McKnight-award winning choreographer Kaleena Miller and “Entropy,” a highly athletic premiere by faculty member Joanna Lees, of Minneapolis-based Alternative Motion Project. Drummond will present an experimental new work called “Flood of Grace.”
The concert also features original solos and group pieces by student choreographers Adeline Callaway, Cameron Domnick, Abigail Donkers, Payton Hernandez, Brooklyn Humphreys, Catherine McBride, Sarah Nagle, Jenna Simonson and Sophie Sommers. These dances explore a range of human experiences, from exhilaration to deception, heartbreak to revelation, through diverse choreographic styles.
The concert features a company of more than 40 cast and crew members, with lighting design directed by Peggy Sannerud, technical direction from Isaac Sawle, and original costumes by Tracy Van Voorst.
Purchase tickets online at wsustudentunion.universitytickets.com. Tickets are $15 for general public and $6 for students.