Fall Concert 2022
- When is this performance?: November 17 and 18, 2022. The show will begin at 7 p.m. with doors opening at 6:30 p.m. All tickets will be general admission which allows audience members to choose their own seats, according to preference and comfort. This also means seating will be first come, first served.
- Who will be performing?: NC State students in all majors –– State Dance Company, Panoramic Dance Project, and Independent Study in Dance students (DAN 498).
- How do I reserve my ticket?: Tickets will be available through Ticket Central
- What safety protocols are in place?: The Dance Program is following the NC State Community Standards as of the date of the event. This could include changes to capacity, attendance prerequisites and other protective measures.
- NC State University requires the use of a face covering in all indoor public locations, regardless of vaccination status.
In addition, Stewart Theatre has a state-of-the-art UV filtration system, extra hand sanitizing stations and paperless ticketing. Our seating for upcoming shows will be general admission to allow audience members to choose their own seats, according to preference and comfort. In the event that a performance is cancelled, all tickets will be fully refunded.
This event will feature NC State students in all majors –– ranging from biochemistry to chemical engineering –– who will perform research-based, content-driven artwork in choreography by dance program faculty, guest artists and advanced dance program students.
Of note—as a member of the Lumbee tribe—Chavis will be using her solo to bring attention to the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women (MMIW) movement.
In a group piece, Morris will be exploring how different Enneagram types can affect one another.
Wade’s piece is an exploration of the perception of femininity in contrast with the performance of femininity.
The concert will also include two pieces performed by the Panoramic Dance Project, including one by L.A. based CONTRA-TIEMPO, and a work in progress by current PDP rehearsal director, Alexandra Burchette.
The State Dance Company will premiere a piece choreographed by local artist Davian “D.J.” Robinson who lost his sight as a child. His work explores dance beyond the visual dimension, and brings attention to the need to make dance more accessible and inclusive. The piece touches on the concept of inner beauty versus outer beauty, redemption, finding the true essence within oneself while discovering individuality, and the overall unified beauty of nature and being.