Presented by Performing Arts Department
Premiering Saturday, March 27, 2021 at 8:00 pm CST and available on-demand thru Sunday, April 11, 2021.
The MFA Student Dance Concert represents the final component of the MFA in Dance program. Each section of the concert combines the artistic expression and kinetic innovations of the MFA in Dance students. The overarching goal of the MFA in Dance program is to develop each student’s personal artistic practice while encouraging a global perspective on dance studies, performance, pedagogy, and choreography.
Spring 2021 MFA Graduates
This year because of increased production costs for video equipment and streaming, we are giving our patrons the opportunity to give a donation through our “pay what you can” ticket system. If you would like to contribute to help support this event, click the “Pay What You Can” link below. WashU students and Patrons who do not wish to contribute at this time may obtain the link to access the production by clicking on the Registration link.
“Pay What You Can” – Suggested Donation: $10 per viewer
FREE Viewing/WashU Student Viewing
Pathway takes us on a journey combining three distinct paths. One moves us through the world of grief, the powerful rollercoaster of human emotions. The next takes us on the passage of both the power and grace of Muslim women. In the final piece, we are immersed in the force of our neglect of Nature and her rebellious response.
The concert speaks to the human spirit at its best and worst, through grief and grace. It’s a visual journey of moving images, sharp contrasts, and evocative performances. This concert represents the completion of the MFA in Dance requirements for our fourth cohort students: Leah Robertson, Luewilla Smith-Barnett and Thomas Proctor.