1. "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, Pogo, Sheila Chandra, excerpts from Walt Disney’s "Cinderella" and "Sleeping Beauty;" compiled by J. Lindsay Brown Dancers: Katherine Feller (PO ′13), Elena Ginebreda-Frendell (SC '13) Emily Jovais (SC '13) Morgan Mayer Jochimsen (SC '13) Ava Untermyer (PZ '13)

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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 Almy (SC '10) Alana Carstens (SC '10) Neha Deshmukh (SC ′12) Isabelle Ewer Thorndike (PZ '12) Zoe Folger (SC '11) Chinelo Ikejimba (CMC ′12) Cayla Penenberg (PZ ′11) Amber Fe Ward (SC ′10) Alison Zenel (SC ′10)

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      • "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 Layden (SC ′13) Marian Miller (SC '13), Christina Noriega (SC '13) Amber Fe Ward (SC ′10) Victoria Wolfe (PZ ′12) Special thanks to the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation for supporting summer research assistants Jillian Gramling, Katherine Porter (PZ ′10), Giselle Sullivan (SC ′10), and Amber Fe Ward who contributed extensively toward the development of this piece.

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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 Chapman (SC '13) Ashli Duncan (SC '11) Maya Guice (SC '12) Jill Mahoney (SC '11) Alyssa Mello (SC '12) Charlotte Smail (PZ '11) Abigail Taubman (PZ '12)

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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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            • "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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              • Turning Dancing Dreams into a Reality with Scripps Performing Arts Academy - Carmel Valley San Diego

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                http://www.TheCarmelValleyLife.com http://www.TorreyHillsCenter.com It's no secret that many little girls dream of becoming a famous ballerina, wearing a frilly pink tutu, and dancing beautifully across the stage in a room full of people. This dream is what inspired many of the amazing dancers to enroll in classes at The Scripps Performing Arts Academy, located in the Torrey Hills Shopping Center, in pursuit of a quality professional training that will help them reach their dreams. The Scripps Performing Arts Academy offers a full dance curriculum (Ballet, Pointe, Musical Theatre, Modern, Jazz and Tap) for both children and adults, as well as vocal and instrumental training. Unlike other studios, The Scripps Performing Arts Academy teaches basic ballet training to all students, as it really provides a strong solid foundation for all disciplines and styles of dance. As a result, students often have more confidence and self-esteem in their dance abilities, which also carries over to everyday life, leaving them feeling better about themselves and others. The creative environment at Scripps Performing Arts Academy is one that really inspires both children and adults to follow their passion, whether it be something that they want to professionally pursue or just enjoy doing after a long day at school or work. The instructors are all top of the line, professionally qualified dancers who really know how to inspire students. Scripps Performing Arts Academy has even had some of their students get accepted to programs with American Ballet Theater, Boston Ballet, and Harid Conservatory (just to name a few!). If you are interested in enrolling you or your child in a top-notch performing arts academy, be sure to visit Scripps Performing Arts Academy. Their expertise and love for dance truly shows in everything they do and they really can work with those just hoping to have some fun, as well as those who are a bit more serious. Be sure to visit them at http://www.scrippsperformingarts.com/. Music: "WORDS" by Jason Shaw (http://audionautix.com/index.html)

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