Dance at Pacific Lutheran University provides unique opportunities in performance, choreography, dance history, dance production, dance technique (including modern, jazz, ballet, hip-hop and tap), yoga, social dance forms and healing arts of mind and body. Selected courses are cross-referenced with physical education/movement studies, and two to four classes are offered every semester along with other co-curricular opportunities. Students can receive credit for their participation in these activities. Additionally, student choreography is emphasized in order to help nurture aspiring artists into becoming successful professionals. Along with the student choreography, faculty and guest choreographers regularly create original works and set repertory on the students.
On April 20 and 21, at 7:30 p.m., PLU dance students will perform “Dance 2018: Storytelling,” directed by Rachel Winchester. The performance will take place on the PLU campus at KHP Eastvold Stage.
Part of PLU’s arts Spotlight Series, “Dance 2018: Storytelling” is an inspiring collection of faculty, student and guest artist choreography, revealing fresh perspectives and diverse artistry.
Spotlight Series: $10 general admission; $5 for 60+, military, alumni and students.
Call (253) 535-7411 to purchase with cash/credit/debit. You can purchase your tickets online at www.eventbrite.com/e/dance-2018-storytelling-tickets-37506339471.