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Exhale: A Student Choreography Showcase

Friday Apr 21, 2017

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A showcase of original choreography by student choreographers of the UNM dance program.

 

 

UNM Department of Theatre and Dance Announces

 

Exhale

A Student Choreography Showcase

Artistic Directors Mary Anne Newhall and Amanda Hamp

 

What: Exhale is an evening of dance showcasing original choreography by the finest graduate and undergraduate student choreographers of the UNM dance program.

 

When: April 21, 22, 28, 29 at 7:30pm and April 23 at 2:00pm

 

 

Where:  Elizabeth Waters Center for Dance at Carlisle Gym, UNM Main Campus

 

More Info:  Call (505) 277-4332 or go to http://theatre.unm.edu 

 

Tickets:  Ticket prices are $12 General, $10 UNM Faculty and Seniors, $8 UNM Staff & Students.  Available in person at UNM Ticket Offices, by phone at (505) 925-5858, or online at www.unmtickets.com.

 

ALBUQUERQUE, NM- The University of New Mexico Department of Theatre and

Dance is pleased to announce Exhale, a showcase of original choreography by student choreographers of the UNM dance program, presented for five performances only in the Elizabeth Waters Center for Dance at Carlisle Gym on UNM’s Main Campus, April 21-29, 2017. The program includes works by Rujeko Dumbutshena, Michelle Erard, Fiona Featherston, Dolores Garcia, Sofya Yampolsky, Annie D’Orazio, Elena Heiss, Justice Miles, Brittany Bird, Mariah Baker, Nevarez Encinias, Andrea Lozano, Merlot Visocaro, Noelle Encinias, Chanel Harrison, Morgan Godbolt, and Natesa McGowan.

 

            Exhale features a diverse variety of choreographic works. Guiding Rites,a trio choreographed by Rujeko Dumbutshenainvestigates ritual performed alone and with others in addition exploring how ritual spreads from an internal space. Andrea Lozano, Noelle Encinias and Merlot Visocaro present a duet that navigates the interpretation of dreams while Erin, by Brittany Bird, discovers how trauma, delusion and loss is carried throughout and possibly beyond life. Constitution/Comprehension Research: Phase One, a trio by Nevarez Encinias, examines dancers bringing parts of themselves to the performance through “self-artisanship.”

 

Flamenco choreography is part of the program as well.Fiona-Maria Featherston will perform a flamenco solo that explores the affects of the environment on rhythm while Soleá: An Investigation, by Dolores Garciá, contrasts bound and free sensations in addition to exploring stillness. Headless Horseman, Horseless Carriage is a trio by Sofya Yampolsky, Annie D’Orazio, and Elena Heiss that discovers the presence and absence of divinity and the duality of the beautiful and grotesque through bata de colas that symbolize the burden and gift of consciousness. Additionally, Ritmo Internalizado is a solo work created by Justice Miles that utilizes contemporary movement to embody the musicality of flamenco music.

 

Michelle Renée Erard presents a solo titled XX that explores female identity through movement and language. Mariah Baker will be performing the solo composition Her. Lastly, Chanel Harrison, Morgan Godbolt and Natesa McGowan present Where They From, a hip-hop trio.  

 

Exhale is student driven and utilizes students in a range of professional areas as choreographers, dancers, musicians, lighting designers, house managers, costumers, and public relations. These productions have been active since 1975-‘76 with performances each semester bringing us to our 40th anniversary.

Performances of Exhale will be April 21, 22, 28 and 29 at 7:30pm and April 23at 2:00pm in the Elizabeth Waters Center for Dance at Carlisle Gym on UNM’s main campus. Ticket Prices are $12 General, $10 Faculty & Seniors, $8 Staff & Students. Tickets are available at all UNM ticket offices located at the UNM Bookstore, Central and Cornell, or the Arena (The Pit), University and Avenida Cesar Chavez, by calling (505) 925-5858, or online at www.unmtickets.com. More information is available by calling the theatre and dance office at (505) 277-4332 or online at http://theatre.unm.edu. 

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UNM Department of Theatre and Dance Announces

 

Exhale

A Student Choreography Showcase

Artistic Directors Mary Anne Newhall and Amanda Hamp

 

What: Exhale is an evening of dance showcasing original choreography by the finest graduate and undergraduate student choreographers of the UNM dance program.

 

When: April 21, 22, 28, 29 at 7:30pm and April 23 at 2:00pm

 

 

Where:  Elizabeth Waters Center for Dance at Carlisle Gym, UNM Main Campus

 

More Info:  Call (505) 277-4332 or go to http://theatre.unm.edu 

 

Tickets:  Ticket prices are $12 General, $10 UNM Faculty and Seniors, $8 UNM Staff & Students.  Available in person at UNM Ticket Offices, by phone at (505) 925-5858, or online at www.unmtickets.com.

 

ALBUQUERQUE, NM- The University of New Mexico Department of Theatre and

Dance is pleased to announce Exhale, a showcase of original choreography by student choreographers of the UNM dance program, presented for five performances only in the Elizabeth Waters Center for Dance at Carlisle Gym on UNM’s Main Campus, April 21-29, 2017. The program includes works by Rujeko Dumbutshena, Michelle Erard, Fiona Featherston, Dolores Garcia, Sofya Yampolsky, Annie D’Orazio, Elena Heiss, Justice Miles, Brittany Bird, Mariah Baker, Nevarez Encinias, Andrea Lozano, Merlot Visocaro, Noelle Encinias, Chanel Harrison, Morgan Godbolt, and Natesa McGowan.

 

            Exhale features a diverse variety of choreographic works. Guiding Rites,a trio choreographed by Rujeko Dumbutshenainvestigates ritual performed alone and with others in addition exploring how ritual spreads from an internal space. Andrea Lozano, Noelle Encinias and Merlot Visocaro present a duet that navigates the interpretation of dreams while Erin, by Brittany Bird, discovers how trauma, delusion and loss is carried throughout and possibly beyond life. Constitution/Comprehension Research: Phase One, a trio by Nevarez Encinias, examines dancers bringing parts of themselves to the performance through “self-artisanship.”

 

Flamenco choreography is part of the program as well.Fiona-Maria Featherston will perform a flamenco solo that explores the affects of the environment on rhythm while Soleá: An Investigation, by Dolores Garciá, contrasts bound and free sensations in addition to exploring stillness. Headless Horseman, Horseless Carriage is a trio by Sofya Yampolsky, Annie D’Orazio, and Elena Heiss that discovers the presence and absence of divinity and the duality of the beautiful and grotesque through bata de colas that symbolize the burden and gift of consciousness. Additionally, Ritmo Internalizado is a solo work created by Justice Miles that utilizes contemporary movement to embody the musicality of flamenco music.

 

Michelle Renée Erard presents a solo titled XX that explores female identity through movement and language. Mariah Baker will be performing the solo composition Her. Lastly, Chanel Harrison, Morgan Godbolt and Natesa McGowan present Where They From, a hip-hop trio.  

 

Exhale is student driven and utilizes students in a range of professional areas as choreographers, dancers, musicians, lighting designers, house managers, costumers, and public relations. These productions have been active since 1975-‘76 with performances each semester bringing us to our 40th anniversary.

Performances of Exhale will be April 21, 22, 28 and 29 at 7:30pm and April 23at 2:00pm in the Elizabeth Waters Center for Dance at Carlisle Gym on UNM’s main campus. Ticket Prices are $12 General, $10 Faculty & Seniors, $8 Staff & Students. Tickets are available at all UNM ticket offices located at the UNM Bookstore, Central and Cornell, or the Arena (The Pit), University and Avenida Cesar Chavez, by calling (505) 925-5858, or online at www.unmtickets.com. More information is available by calling the theatre and dance office at (505) 277-4332 or online at http://theatre.unm.edu.