Dance Theatre Company – the Program’s professionally-oriented student dance company will be presenting this semester's capstone week of performances, featuring the work of our spring guest choreographers Aretha Aoki and Bryn Cohn – as well as five works by student choreographers: Julia Bellieveau, Grace Jaworski, Jordan Raleigh, Jordan Roberts, and Nicole St. Laurent! Join us in celebrating the successes of Spring 2022 – and have a chance to applaud our dancers for all their hard work and community spirit!
RWU’s Dance and Performance Studies has a reputation for being dynamic and community-based. This kinetic and creative alchemy keeps students and professors motivated to give their all – but it also has us all ready for a long winter’s nap! But before heading into winter intersession…here’s a recap of all we accomplished this fall!
RWU’s close-knit community of dancers made a promise – to spin the pandemic’s limitations around, and invert challenges into catalysts for innovation. In doing so, the Dance and Performance Studies Program exemplified its vital role in interdisciplinary and embodied learning, student health and well-being, and community building. The dancers take the ultimate credit though – for their talent, team work and yes, we can attitude.