Panoramic Dance Project Concert
Thursday and Friday, March 23 & 24, 2017 at 8pm
Stewart Theatre in Talley Student Union (3rd floor)
$5: NC State students | $10: NC State faculty/staff, seniors, and non-NC State Students | $12: general public
- Tickets are available ONLINE, by phone 919.515.1100, in person at Ticket Central (main floor lobby, Thompson Hall, M-F, 1-6pm), or at the door on the night of the show.
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Featuring: NC State academic dance company Panoramic Dance Project
Dance Styles: Afro-Cuban, Latin, hip-hop, tap and modern
Choreography by: Baba Chuck Davis, CONTRA-TIEMPO, Willie Hinton, Emily Shoemaker Moorman and the Dance Program Director Tara Z. Mullins
Facebook Event: Panoramic Dance Project Concert 2017
Press Release: Panoramic Dance Project Concert
Contact: Tara Z. Mullins, email@example.com
About the Panoramic Dance Project Concert
The Panoramic Dance Project –– an NC State academic dance company dedicated to exploring diverse dance styles –– will present its annual spring concert on March 23-24 at 8 p.m. in Stewart Theatre. The themes of race, storm, water conservation, loneliness and addiction will be featured in choreographic works by guest artists, including Dr. Baba Chuck Davis and CONTRA-TIEMPO, and the NC State Dance Program Director Tara Z. Mullins.
- This year the Panoramic Dance Project will present an excerpt from Agua Furiosa, an evening-length choreographic work performed by an activist-oriented Los Angeles-based dance company CONTRA-TIEMPO. Blending salsa, Afro-Cuban movement, hip-hop and other forms of contemporary dance, a visually stunning Urban-Latin choreography will challenge audiences to confront harsh realities of race, economic inequity, gun violence and other issues by presenting the forces of nature as a metaphor for social justice.
- In anticipation of The Nile Project, a cross-cultural musical group coming to NC State from March 15-21, the Panoramic Dance Project will perform Countless Tracks on the Riverside Mud by Mullins, which premiered in 2016. Inspired by the short story ‘Nile River Woman’ by Jaiya John, Countless Tracks on the Riverside Mud depicts four women on stage who represent different countries on the Nile River. The piece opens different interpretations of water, including water conservation and wastefulness, as well as different meanings of water in a woman’s life, in sensual and layered ways.
Read more about the Panoramic Dance Project Concert in a press release.
Directions & Parking
Directions to Stewart Theatre: The Panoramic Dance Project Concert takes place in Stewart Theatre inside Talley Student Union (3rd floor) on the NC State University Campus. Address: 2610 Cates Avenue, Raleigh, NC 27695.