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Published: February 01, 2024

Spring Dance Concert Will Feature Diverse Choreography and Themes

Student dancers from The University of Tampa will take the stage in the annual Spring Dance Concert on Thursday, Feb. 15, through Saturday, Feb. 17, in Falk Theatre. The shows begin at 8 p.m. each night with an additional Saturday matinee at 2 p.m. All performances are free and open to the public.

Spring Dance Concert Will Feature Diverse Choreography and Themes Student dancers from The University of Tampa will take the stage in the annual Spring Dance Concert on Thursday, Feb. 15, through Saturday, Feb. 17, in Falk Theatre.

The concerts will feature choreography by several UT faculty members, alumna Kalina DuBuc ’17, and guest choreographers Alexis Carra, founder of Broadway Arts Community in New York City, and Holly Johnston, based in Los Angeles.

There will be a total of 40 students participating in a variety of dance styles and themes in this year’s production, including contemporary dance, musical theater and commercial dance.

“The Spring Dance Concert is always a fulfilling artistic experience for both the students and the audience,” said dance program Director Susannah LeMarquand ’01.

“The depth of work that is created by all of the choreographers for the program will bring out a range of emotions from the audience, and oftentimes, the students can collaborate on each choreographer’s artistic process, which gives them a new sense of ownership to their movement.”

For more information, contact LeMarquand at slemarquand@ut.edu or (813) 257-6322.


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