Southeastern Dance Performance Project to present DanceInterwoven
Monday, September 25, 2017
by: Tonya Lowentritt
HAMMOND – Southeastern Louisiana University’s Department of Fine and Performing Arts’
dance company, Dance Performance Project, will present a concert in October.
DanceInterwoven: A Night of Improvisational Dance and Music is scheduled Oct. 10 at 6:30 p.m. Part of Fanfare, the university’s fall arts festival, the concert will begin outside of Pottle Auditorium.
Director of Dance Keith “Skip” Costa said Southeastern’s resident improvisation dance company will again present an exclusive concert of improvisation and performance.
“The event will begin outside of the Pottle Music Building and will evolve into a night of live music and dance ending inside on the Pottle stage,” he said.
Dancers performing in the concert include Allison Mims of Pearl River, Brianna Denmark of Denham Springs, Morgan Georgetown of Baker, Amanda Riviere of Laplace, Doreen Rolen of Amite, Hayley Jordan of Baton Rouge, Amber Whiteside of Covington, Sean Gilvey of Mandeville, Michaela Thanars of Slidell, Kayla Coston and Joseph Matherne of Hammond, John Duplantier of Madisonville, Ashley Barbarin of White Castle, and Alaura Cervini of Metairie.
Tickets to the 60-minute concert are $8 for students, seniors and children and $10 general admission and will be available one hour prior to the performance in the Pottle lobby.
For more information, contact Costa at Keith.Costa@southeastern.edu.