Trained dancers will take the stage for a variety of works at “Re-Wired,” the Collin Dance Ensemble Spring Dance Concert, April 12-13 at the Spring Creek Campus (2800 E. Spring Creek Parkway in Plano).
Featuring choreography of Collin dance faculty, students and guest artists, performances will run Friday, April 12 at 8 p.m. and Saturday, April 13 at 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. in the John Anthony Theatre. Tickets are $6 for students, staff and faculty, $8 for adults and can be purchased at collin.edu/dance.
Concert compositions focus on an array of topics, from the vitality of youth in guest choreographer Ronelle Edding’s “Reaching the Potential,” to intimacy in Collin College professor and Dance Department Chair Tiffanee Arnold’s “My Safest Place.”
The 13-dancer, 10- dance show will also include a collaborative work with Kathy Morgan and Collin choral students. Dancers and singers perform together on stage in a work inspired by Martin Luther King Jr. and the "Movement Toward Equality."
Choreographers include Emily DiFranco (student), Havyn Couger (student), Ronelle Eddings (Elledanceworks Dance Company), Lesley Snelson (faculty) and Tiffanee Arnold (faculty).
Collin Dance Ensemble is an audition only group.
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