Emily R. Todd is a current student at Virginia Commonwealth University seeking her B.F.A in Dance and Choreography. Prior to VCU, Emily began her dance training at Rockingham Ballet Theater under the direction of Dr. Susan Muterspaugh and attended many rigorous training programs includ- ing, American Ballet Theater, North Carolina School of the Arts Summer Intensive, and Virginia Governor’s School for the Performing Arts and Humanities. While at VCU Emily has performed in many student works, including Chloe Bowman’s “Dearest Sister” at the American College Dance Festival in Tampa, Florida and faculty works by Autumn I. Proctor and
Christian von Howard. Additionally, she attended American Dance Fes- tival, where she performed Pilobolus repertory directed by Paul Matteson and Trebian Pollard. Most recently, Emily traveled to Noto Sicily, Italy cho- reographing and training at Consorzio Universitario Mediterraneo Orientale A R.L (CUMO) under the guidance of Melanie Richards. Upon graduation, Emily aspires to further her dancing training and creative process in an in- ternational graduate program. She would like to thank her parents for their incredible love and support throughout her dance career.

DONATE HERE: kickstarter.com/projects/776348143/vcu-dance-fall-senior-projects-2013

As a senior in Virginia Commonwealth University's Department of Dance and Choreography, the capstone experience encompasses a final piece choreographed by each senior. This process begins with a written concept proposal and is developed into a full choreographic production to be presented upon the stage of Richmond's Grace Street Theater.

To make these final projects possible, the students must supply their own costumes as well as any additional theatrical elements needed for their ideas come to life. We graciously ask for your help in funding the costuming for our creative work. Any minor or major contributions are wonderfully appreciated.

VCU Dance Fall Senior Projects 2013: Ergo Sum, will be performed at Grace Street Theater in Richmond, VA from November 20th-23rd.

Student choreographers include: Brooke Armstrong, Amanda Campbell, Julius Elegido, Catherine Faszewski, Christie Klach, Shawna Lee, Nikolai McKenzie, Johnnie Mercer, Jr., Molly Rae Pearl, Amy Perkinson, Rachel Rinehardt, and Emily R Todd

MISSION OF VCU DANCE: The Virginia Commonwealth University Department of Dance and Choreography is a pre-professional program that provides students with numerous opportunities for individual artistic growth in a community setting where communication, collaboration, professionalism, and self-motivation are encouraged. VCU Dance seeks to create an invigorating educational environment designed to prepare students for the demands and challenges of a professional career as an informed and engaged artist in the field of dance.

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