Dance at Scripps College

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  1. "Strata"


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    Choreographer: Ronnie Brosterman (SC Faculty) Music: Sanna Kurki-Suonio - “Tuulen Nostratus,” sung by Philomela Dancers: Chanté Cruse (SC '12) Jillian Gramling (SC '10) Tracy…

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    • "Broken Slippers"


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      Once upon a time, in a far away land , there lived a young maiden. And she lived----after. Choreographer: J. Lindsay Brown (SC ′10), in collaboration with the dancers Music: Kronos Quartet,…

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      • "Down the Diagonal"


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        Choreographer: Jill Mahoney (SC ′11) Music: Steve Reich - “The Four Sections IV” Dancers: Molly Mather (PO '12) Julia Scheibmeir (SC '12) Lucy Vasserman (PO ′10)

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        • "Requiem: The Death Scene (kind of)"


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          Choreographer: Joel Smith (SC Faculty) Music: Giuseppe Verdi - Messa da Requiem, “VII Libera Me: 4 Libera Me” Choreography Assistant: Alyssa Mello Dancers: Mary Callahan (SC '13) Dail…

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          • "Possession"


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            Choreographer: Phylise Smith (SC Faculty) Music: Traditional – arranged by Andrew Kemble Musicians: Quentin Jones (PO ′13), Andrew Kemble (PZ ′10), Pat Magrath Dancers: Caroline…

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            • "Butter Knife on Teeth"


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              Choreographer: Alyssa Mello (SC ′12) Music: J. S. Bach - Italian Concerto in F, BWV 971: Op2. Andante Dancers: Maya Guice (SC '12) Charlotte Smail (PZ '11)

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              Dance at Scripps College

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              The Scripps Dance Program centers on the interdisciplinary study of dance and movement. Advanced technical training is provided and encouraged. However, the focus of the program is on developing integrated individuals who can think, feel, and speak with their bodies as well as their minds. Graduates have gone on to perform and choreograph professionally or have moved towards careers or graduate study in arts administration, criticism, education, dance ethnology, dance history, film and video, dance therapy, or medicine.

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