SPECIAL EVENTS AND OPPORTUNITIES
SUMMER DANCE AT OSU
We are offering classes for experienced dancers, total beginner dancers, fitness seekers, do-a-GEC-in-the-summer students, and yoga for anyone. Come dance a little this summer!
Please check out the schedule on our website.
GUEST TEACHER IN THE HOUSE
Stacy Spense will be teaching for Ming May 5-16
Here is his bio:
STACY MATTHEW SPENCE was born in Louisiana and grew up in Colorado. He graduated with a B.A. in Dance from Loretto Heights College in Denver and his M.F.A. from Tisch School of the Arts at New York University. Stacy has danced and collaborated with numerous NY choreographers including Polly Motley and filmmaker Molly Davies, Eun Me Ahn, The
Phyllis Lamhut Dance Company, and has performed at The Yard. Stacy has also shown his own work at SUNY Purchase Context Hall, Tisch School of the Arts under the guidance of Bessie Schönberg, and Movement Research at Judson Church. He joined Trisha Brown Dance Company in July 1997.
Lunchtime Performance and Chat
Thursday, May 8, 12-12:30; Studio 2
CoCo Loupe Performs Her Adaptation of Deborah Hay's Solo "The Runner"
Commissioned as part of the Solo Performance Commissioning Project / Summer 2007 / Findhorn, Scotland and shares her experience along with materials from the 10-day project.
TIFFANY MILLS SUMMER WORKSHOP
June 2-6; NYC
Workshop Registration Deadline: Monday, May 19th
Summer Workshop Tuition: $220
Registration information: firstname.lastname@example.org,
or call Megan at (503) 740-6682.
PS - Tiffany Mills is a graduate of OSU. Here is her company website.
COLUMBUS CARES: A BENEFIT DANCE PERFORMANCE
Saturday, May 10 7pm
Capitol Theatre/Riffe Center
Featuring OSU student groups and guest artists: OSU Dance Team, Dance Linx, Delta Gamma, Phi Beta Sigma Steppers, OSU Dept. of Dance, Jenai Cutcher, and Alana Hardison
and produced by Meagan Grund
Tickets: $25; available from Meagan Grund or participating organizations
for more information about the performance, please visit www.columbuscares.org
for more information on Dancers Responding to AIDS, please visit www.dradance.org
WILD STAGES: KABARETT MFA
Thu May 1 - Sat May 17
Directed by John Giffin; score by Susan Chess
May 1, 2, 3, 8, 9, 10, 15, 16, 17 at 7:30 pm
May 4 at 3:00 pm
Bowen Theatre in the Drake Union
Ten second-year MFA (master's of fine arts) students in Theatre
are recreating the cabaret-style stage shows of turn-of-the-century
Germany and France.
$15.00 - General Public
$12.00 - OSU Faculty & Staff, Senior Citizens, and Alumni Club Members
$10.00 - Students
1849 Cannon Drive
Columbus, OH 43210-1266
Phone: (614) 292-2295
OHIO SHORT FILM AND VIDEO SHOWCASE
including Lily Skove's video "Dot Dance"
Saturday, May 10, 7pm @ Wexner Center Film/Video Theatre
JUMPING OFF POINT: 2008 SENIOR DANCE CONCERT
Wed-Fri, May 21-23, 8pm; Sullivant Theatre
$10 general admission, $5 students and seniors
Check it here!
DANCE COMPASSION PROJECT
for Ohio AIDS Coalition
May 8-9, 7:30; BalletMet Performance Space
Tickets: $28; 614-229-4848
REMINDERS AND SHOUT OUTS
SENIOR CONCERT NOTICE #12
Friday, May 9, 2:30-4:30, Sullivant Theatre
Final showing before lighting and tech.
Please wear costume ideas and plan to stay the entire time. See Vickie Blaine's e-mail for the projected schedule.
Get Down, Dr. Gee!
FROM VICKI URIS
A Shout Out to Lindsay LaPointe, whose Videodance mid-term was accepted into the International Day for Sharing Life Stories Screenings! The Jury wrote:
"Congratulations! Your digital story has been selected to screen during the International Day for Sharing Life Stories at the Wexner Center Film / Video Theater on Friday May 16th at 9:30 am. Yours was the only real experimental piece we chose that did not unfold as a traditional narrative and we are delighted to include this piece in our lineup. We hope you and your colleagues will join us for this exciting presentation!"
Odie's Autism Walk
from the SVPP Collection
I am happy to announce that Jenai Cutcher and Annie Kloppenberg have been awarded Alumni Grants for Graduate Research and Scholarship (AGGRS) for support of their MFA projects next year. This is a real feather in their caps, and good recognition for promising research projects! Thanks to Project Advisors Vicki Uris and Bebe Miller!