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UI Dance Program Fall Performance Nov. 2-5

October 06, 2017

The University of Idaho Dance Program will present its annual fall main stage performance, “Form & Transform,” at 7:30 p.m. Thursday through Saturday, Nov. 2-4  and 2 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 5, in the Hartung Theatre.

A Q&A with the choreographers and dancers will follow the Nov. 5 matinee performance.

This fall’s show includes choreography from College of Education, Health and Human Sciences dance faculty members Belle Baggs and Melanie Meenan. 

The performance also showcases choreography from guest artists Vincas Greene of Spokane, Washington, and Faith Morrison of Portland, Oregon. The Dance Program received funds through the ASUI Fine Arts Fee grant program to support Greene’s and Morrison’s guest residences. These artists have also worked intensely with dance majors and minors in creating choreography to be highlighted in the show. Sixteen students were selected through an audition process to perform in the show. 

Tickets are $10, or $8 for UI students, and can be purchased at the UI Ticket Office, email, call 208-885-7212, or go online to Tickets can be bought 30 minutes prior to the performance at the Hartung Theatre, but are not guaranteed. 

“'Form & Transform’ will be an intriguing evening of dynamic physical explorations and creativity in motion,” said Baggs, co-coordinator of the Dance Program. “We encourage all to come support art and dance in the community.” 

For more information about the show email

Media Contact:

Belle Baggs
Clinical Assistant Professor, Co-Program Coordinator, UI-Dance Program

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