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DancersDrummersDreamers Takes the Stage Next Week

March 17, 2023

MOSCOW, Idaho —  A student-led dance and music production is returning for its 32nd year at University of Idaho next week, with performances planned Thursday-Sunday, March 23-26.

“DancersDrummersDreamers” (DDD) is produced by the University of Idaho Dance Program in collaboration with the Lionel Hampton School of Music. Described as a modern vaudeville show with music, dance, song and some slapstick comedy, DDD was founded in 1991 by Dan Bukvich, director of Jazz Choir at U of I, and Diane Walker, director of the Center for Dance at U of I.

The unique production features student dance choreography performed to original, live music composed by music faculty members and students. It is a family event, described as eclectic, playful, entertaining, high energy and imaginative.

Tickets are available for purchase online, or at the door 30 minutes before showtime.

A full performance schedule is below.

Evening Live Performances:

  • Time: 7:30 p.m.
  • Date: Thursday, Friday, Saturday, March 23-25
  • Location: Hartung Theatre
  • Ticket Prices: General Admission $14.50, Seniors $12.50, U of I Students/Youth $10

Matinee Live Performance:

  • Time: 2 p.m.
  • Date: Saturday, March 25
  • Location: Hartung Theatre
  • Ticket Prices: General Admission $14.50, Seniors $12.50, Youth $10, U of I Student Special (matinee only) $5, Family Special (matinee only): Buy one adult ticket, get a child ticket for free — use the promo code: DDDBOGO32

Virtual Stream:

  • Time: 2 p.m.
  • Date: Sunday, March 26
  • Location: Virtual Event
  • Ticket Prices: Range from $5-$10 

Media Contact:

Melanie Meenan, Belle Baggs
Co-Program Coordinators, Clinical Associate Professors

U of I students performing a dance-music score at DDD in 2019.

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