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Dance Forensics/Speech
Lecture/Performance Fall 2015
Fri., December 4, 2015 • Noon
This multimedia educational series analyzes repertoire and new works to explore the creative process and how choreography conveys meaning.
Main Stage • G:$12 S/M:$8 Y:$5
Dance Concert Fall 2015
Fri., December 4, 2015 • 8 pm
Sat., December 5, 2015 • 1 and 8 pm The Performing Dance Ensemble (PDE) highlights our intermediate/advanced dancers within master works of guest artists as well as the choreography of PDE and other dance department faculty. Faculty choreographed pieces utilizing our Rehearsal and Performance students now will also be included. Guest dance company: Tap Overload. Guest choreographers: Stephanie Gilliland, Sarah Swenson. Faculty guest choreographers: Michel Gervais, Cruz. Main Stage • G:$15 S/M:$10 Y:$5
Informal Choreographic Showing
Tue., December 15, 2015 • 3:30 pm
Students from the Rehearsal and Performance and Choreography classes exhibit their chore- ographic talents featuring student dancers. Main Stage • FREE, open to the public
Spring Dance Concert 2016
Fri., May 6, 2016 • 8 pm
Sat., May 7, 2016 • 1 and 8 pm Showcasing works by guest artists, dance faculty, and students in a variety of dance genres including modern dance, jazz, ballet, tap, hip hop, and world dance highlighting the talent of the entire dance department within our Rehearsal and Performance courses as well as selected repertoire from the Performing Dance Ensemble. Guest choreog- raphers: Regina Klenjoski, Tiffany Billings. Faculty guest choreographers: Diana MacNeil, Mindy and Gabe Copeland.
Main Stage • G:$15 S/M:$10 Y:$5
Informal Showing Dance Department
Wed., May 18, 2016 • 4 pm
This program features the some of the work accomplished within many of the dance program’s technique classes. It highlights a variety of different genres and may include class dances or combinations, warm-up sequences, and new abilities the dance students acquired during the Spring 2016 semester.
Main Stage • FREE, open to the public
Perspectives on Tour Lecture/Performance Spring 2016 The Performing Dance Ensemble will tour this Spring with their outreach educational show, which analyzes repertoire and new works to explore the creative process and how the craft of choreography conveys meaning. To book the ensemble with program excerpts, a single piece, a few pieces or the entire lecture/per- formance, please contact Alona Kristol-Harper,
IVC Forensics Home Tournament Schedule
Fall 2015
Mon., September 28
British Debate Team Demonstration
Main Stage • FREE
Fri., October 9
Great to be Free NPDA
Sat., October 10
So Cal Debate Forum—Fall Invitational
Fri., October 16
Sleep in Late—Go Home Early IE Tournament
Fri., October 23
Free for Me LD Tournament
Wed., November 11
STOA Debate Invitational
Spring 2016
Sat., January 9
So Cal Debate Forum—Winter Invitational
Mon., February 22
Chinese Debate Team Demo
Main Stage • FREE
For more information:
Gary Rybold, co-director • 949-451-5417 Edwin Tiongson, co-director • 949-451-5346
IVC Forensics

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