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The musical La Canción written by Cándido Tirado directed by Eddy Torres  – Marcela Otéiza did scenic design won the ACE award for MEJOR PRODUCCIÓN TEATRO MUSICAL
“La canción”, Repertorio Español


Hari Krishnan

I wanted to share some news with you. NOW Magazine (Toronto’s Village Voice) has featured me as one of the top ten artists, focusing on my upcoming spring production, “Holy Cow(s)!”, exploring cultural appropriation-




fall faculty dance



Patricia Beaman in “Dance Magazine”

To Dance Majors and Faculty:

Please make note of these important calendar dates/deadlines this Spring 2011 semester:

DANCE MAJORS OPEN HOUSE (for new upcoming majors seeking info): Feb. 23,
12:00 – 1:00 PM, in the East Room (Dance/Theater Building)

SENIOR THESIS SHOWINGS: Monday, Feb. 28, 6:00 – 8:30 PM – Schonberg Dance Studio

Junior’s Proposal Writing Workshop: FRI, April 8, 11:30 – 12:30 PM, LOBBY SCHONBERG STUDIO

Juniors to submit their Senior Research Proposals – deadline to submit, April 18, 4:00 PM, via email to Nicole Stanton/Michele Olerud (a formalized email will be sent to all junior majors outlining this process including the Proposal writing workshop very soon)

Senior’s Essay/Project Deadline: Tuesday, April 26th (submit to your Senior Research Advisor, Dept will pay for spiral binding – see Michele Olerud on this info.

Spring Dance Auditions
Tuesday, February 8
Schonberg Dance Studio on Pine Street
7-8PM OR 8:30-9:30

No prior dance experience necessary.
.25 advanced dance practice credit.
More info contact ksiegel@wesleyan.edu


Vincent Mantsoe this weekend!!
SAT. FEB 5, 8 PM
SUN. FEB. 6, 3 PM

Masterclass: Saturday, Feb. 5 at 11:00 AM in Schonberg. The sign-up is outside of the Dance Dept. office bulletin board!!

Vincent Mantsoe is known for his singular and virtuosic movement vocabulary that fuses South African traditional and ritual dance with contemporary street dance forms from around the world. He will present a new work exploring the journey and spirit of South Africas Khoi-San people as they have been forced to retreat from open land. This Paris-based company of five dancers, with a soundscape of poetry by Rumi and Iranian music played on traditional Persian instruments, will present a mesmerizing work that is at once trance-like, visceral and uplifting. Made possible by a grant from the National Dance Project of the New England Foundation for the Arts. Co-sponsored by the Office of Diversity and Institutional Partnerships. The Breaking Ground Dance Series is presented by the Dance Department and the Center for the Arts, and is made possible by grants from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Connecticut Commission on Culture and Tourism.
Location: CFA Theater
Admission: $21 General Admission; $18 Seniors, Wesleyan Faculty & Staff; $8 Wesleyan Students
Sponsor: Center for the Arts and Dance Department

Contact: boxoffice@wesleyan.edu, 860-685-3355


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