This year’s concert will feature Waacking/Whacking choreography by Tracey Wong, a pillar in the PNW W*acking community, as well as Middle Eastern social dances rarely seen on the concert stage, by faculty choreographer Christine Sahin. The program will also include live music composed by Paul Matthew Moore and Gary Palmer in works by faculty choreographers Jennifer Salk* and Alana Isiguen.
*This dance is made possible by the Floyd and Delores Jones Endowed Fund for the Arts.
Dance Concert Disclaimer:
Dance is a performance art that explores diverse experiences, emotions, and perspectives. Content in Department of Dance concerts might not be suitable for all audiences. Works can include content related to topics such as race, gender, relationships, justice, and trauma. Audiences may encounter depictions of intimacy, romance, sexuality, and the adult human body. Dance works may also include audio/visual content such as explicit lyrics or language; loud and sudden sounds; strobe lights; stage fog; etc.
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