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Spring Dance Tea

March 24, 2014

This free concert at the University Dance Theatre will give audiences a preview of work being prepared for the spring dance concerts.

Wednesday, March 26
3:30 p.m.
University Dance Theatre
University Center for the Arts
1400 Remington Street

Free and informal

The University Center for the Arts at Colorado State University presents the 2014 Spring Dance Tea.

This event is free and open to the public.

  • Refreshments will be provided;
  • Meet and greet will follow the performance;
  • Audience will have chance to talk to students about their work, the performance, and any plans or goals the students might have following their time at CSU.

The annual Spring Dance Tea is an opportunity for Colorado State University’s dance program to invite the public to a more informal afternoon event.

The Dance Tea is meant to showcase what the students are doing in preparation for the upcoming spring concerts.

Variety of performances

The performance itself will last one hour. The program includes two sections of a historical reconstruction from Anna Sokolow’s most famous works. CSU’s ballet repertory ensemble will also be performing some of their work, as well as professor Chung-Fu Chang’s choreography students.

Professor Carol Roderick’s outreach program will also be performing, which includes CSU students as well as children from the High Country Conservatory of Dance.

Showcasing the dance program

“It’s springtime! It’s a great way in which we invite people over to the UCA for some fun and performances,” notes Jane Slusarski-Harris, CSU’s Director of Dance. “It’s a wonderful time to showcase our students and give people an opportunity to learn more about our program.”

Contact: Mike Solo
Phone: (970) 491-5293