Kent State’s School of Theatre and Dance Features Faculty Choreography in Dance ’16: Elements in Motion
Dance ’16: Elements in Motion, a concert of diverse premieres by dance faculty members, including a piece by new dance faculty member Gregory King will run from Dec. 2-4 in E. Turner Stump Theatre in the Center for the Performing Arts, which is located at 1325 Theatre Drive in Kent.
For tickets, call 330-672-ARTS (2787), purchase online at www.kent.edu/theatredance or in person at the Performing Arts Box Office located in the Roe Green Center lobby of the Center for the Performing Arts at 1325 Theatre Drive. The box office is open Monday to Friday, noon to 5 p.m. Tickets are $18 for adults; $14 for Kent State alumni, faculty and staff; $14 for seniors (60+); and $10 for non-Kent State students age 18 and under. Tickets are free for full-time, Kent Campus undergraduate students. Groups of 10 or more can purchase tickets for $12 per person. Flex pass subscriptions also are available. The box office accepts Visa, MasterCard, Discover, checks and cash.
Dance ’16: Elements in Motion highlights the versatility and diverse artistic approaches of faculty members MaryAnn Black, King, Joan Meggitt, Tanya Mucci (B.F.A. 2000), Jeffrey Marc Rockland, Megan Pitcher-Young and Barbara Allegra Verlezza. The concert also features choreography by MamLuft&Co., the 2016-2017 Armstrong Family Visiting Artist. Rockland serves as the concert’s artistic director.
More than 75 dancers, designers, faculty members, crew members and staff are involved in the semesterlong collaboration to bring these choreographic concepts to their fullest artistic expression.
The Armstrong Visiting Artist Series is made possible through the generosity of Lawrence R. and Sandra C. Armstrong. Lawrence Armstrong received a bachelor of science with a major in architecture in 1979 from Kent State and a bachelor of architecture in 1980. He joined the Foundation Board of Directors in 2007 and recently completed his term as chair. Sandra Armstrong attended Kent State and studied theatre and dance.
For more information about Dance ’16: Elements in Motion, visit www.kent.edu/theatredance.