Published on: November 22, 2013Lone Star College-Kingwood’s Dance Department will present its fall Faculty Dance Concert, “Shifting Tides”, on Dec. 4 at 7:30 p.m.
Held on the Performing Arts Center Main Stage, the concert is a culmination of the semester’s work by LSC-Kingwood faculty and selected students. This year, the show will also include works from LSC-Montgomery students, LSC-North Harris faculty, and guest artists Erin Reck of Recked Productions and Rice University students.
“With a myriad of works and performances, there is sure to be something for everyone at this show,” said Amy Llanes, dance faculty at LSC-Kingwood.
“Shifting Tides” is a comprehensive program of more than 10 different works. “Porcelain”, choreographed by Llanes, will also be presented for adjudication at the American College Dance Festival in spring 2014. This work draws from Llanes’ memory of her doll collection coming to life as she slept as a young girl. “Just a couple things…” is the work of LSC-Kingwood’s new dance faculty Nichelle Strzepek. Her piece features students from the college’s Dance Ensemble and Ballet class. "Shifting Tides" also includes works such as “United” choreographed by a Dance Ensemble student Marc Lopez. He was one of three from the fall Dance Student Showcase selected to perform as a guest work in the Faculty Dance Concert due the clarity of intent and strong performance of his work.
General admission tickets for "Shifting Tides" are $8 and will be available at the door. For additional information call 281-312-1656 or email Amy Llanes at Amy.E.Llanes@LoneStar.edu.
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