Hardwig Explores Masculinity

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In the intimate setting of the Middlebury College Dance Theatre, artist-in-residence Scotty Hardwig and guest performer Keanu Forrest Brady, accompanied by media operator Michael Ryba,[...]

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Collaboration Brings Dynamic Dance

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The concert “NC Dances VT” was composed of six works quite distinct in character while still incorporating some common heritage of the choreographers’ experiences in North Carolina and Vermont.

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Faculty Members Dance Into Spotlight

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This fall semester is a time of transition for Middlebury’s Dance Program, as three new faculty members begin to make their mark while others retire or are on sabbatical.

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Senior Dancers Look Inside for Thesis

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This past weekend four seniors shared their senior thesis dance works with the College community in their concert “Reconstructed Notions”. Dance majors Hai Do ’14, Rachel Nuñez ’14, Cameron McKinney ’14 and Jill Moshman ’14 choreographed and performed deeply personal explorations that gave physical expression to the inner struggles, joys, discoveries and memories of the choreographers’ lives.

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“The Swing Express” Promises Excitement

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The Swing Dance Club has put on more shows in each successive year, and this year, they are putting on their most ambitious show to date.

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Examining ‘The Masks’ Through Dance

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This weekend at the Middlebury College Dance Theatre, masks were worn, washed off and fashioned as the Dance Company of Middlebury performed “The Meaning of the Masks.”

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Flicker Lets Student Art Shine

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As the lights went dark in the Middlebury College Dance Theatre on Jan. 30, the audience waited with anticipation to see Flicker light up the space with new works by student dancers, choreographers, poets and artists.

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Dance Concert Highlights New Talent

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“Press/Release,” the Dance Program’s fall concert, showcased newcomers and veterans alike in eight pieces, six of which were student-choreographed, at the Mahaney Center for the[...]

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Bronx Comes to Midd: Art Sets its Roots in Community

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  As the lights diminish, movement and prose skillfully unite. A dancer pirouettes through the stage in a red velvet dress as a voice narrates,[...]

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INSPIRIT Dance Troupe Honors Legacy of Muhammad Ali

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Last Friday and Saturday, March 15-16, Professor of Dance Christal Brown and the INSPIRIT dance troupe performed her dance piece, titled “Opulence of Integrity.” A[...]

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‘The Opulence of Integrity’ to Blend Dancing and Combat

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Next weekend, March 15 and 16, Professor of Dance Christal Brown’s dance company INSPIRIT will premiere their new work, “The Opulence of Integrity.” Choreographed by[...]

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Spotlight On: Catherine Cabeen

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Visiting Assistant Professor of Dance Catherine Cabeen, also artistic director of Catherine Cabeen and Company (CCC), proves through her work that artistic creation can be[...]

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Simply Light

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Tomorrow evening, the Dance Company Middlebury will begin its tour of Simply Light in the Mahaney Center for the Arts before travelling to Smith College, the Monterrey Institute for International Studies, and various public venues in the San Francisco Bay Area.

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Fall Dance Performance Stuns Audience

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Spectators were treated to an entertaining blend of diversity, innovation, and beauty on the opening night of this year’s Fall Dance Concert, “Mosaics from the[...]

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Fall Dance Concert Highlights Diversity

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The Fall Dance Concert, “Mosaics from the Underground,” will open tomorrow night in the Dance Theater. The concert is a promising creation that aims to[...]

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Pina Resonates with Student Dance Fans

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In honor of the Kevin P. Mahaney ’84 Center for the Arts’ 20th anniversary season, this year’s Clifford Symposium was dedicated to the arts. Titled[...]

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