Calling all dancers, aspiring dancers, and those who really need a PE credit. This week, the dance program is sponsoring a series of master classes open to the college community. This is an awesome opportunity to learn from fantastic choreographers and teachers who have trekked all the way to good ole VT. A little more info from Michaela Davico:
[A note on PE] If you are looking for a PE credit, next week will be the last time to start attending one of the PE eligible classes, and receive PE credit. Simply show up and sign in for one of the classes. These classes are open to the college community. PE credit may be available with attendance at a minimum of eight classes; ask instructor for details. register at the first class unless otherwise noted.
Today’s open master class will be taught by Danae Hannah!
Denae Hannah, a native of Fort Worth, Texas, is a comedian, consultant, and the CEO of the dance and comedy collective DNA Comedy. She believes in the power of humor, movement, and fun to create new perspectives, bring healing, and engage difficult topics.
In addition to teaching a master class, Hannah will also present her work in the second half of the Camille A. Brown and Dancers performance on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Camille A. Brown is a prolific choreographer who has earned multiple accolades and awards for her daring works. Her latest work, Black Girl: Linguistic Play, is a multimedia depiction of the complexities of carving out a positive identity as a black female in urban American culture. Combining history and musicology with fantastical imagery from Alice in Wonderland, this work offers a grand narrative reflecting on feminism, patriarchy, and how women navigate within this world.
Date: Today, March 2nd
Time: 4:30 PM
Place: MCA Room 110
Camille A. Brown and Dancers Performance:
Date: March 3rd and 4th
Time: 7:30 PM
Place: MCA Dance Theater
Cost: $6 for Midd students (tickets at go/boxoffice)