School of Theatre & Dance
Theatre at USF

2017 Fall Dance Concert





Don’t miss this exciting evening of dance which includes pieces choreographed our DanceUSF faculty Andrew Carroll, Michael Foley, and John Parks as well as our John W. Holloway Endowment guest choreographer Robert Moses!

Thurs, Nov 16 – Sat, Nov 18 at 7:30
Sat, Nov 18 & Sun, Nov 19 at 3:00
Theatre 1, USF Tampa Campus 

Concerto in 12
Choreographer: Andrew Carroll
Costume Design: Terri Funaro
Lighting Design: Anthony Vito





Be Right Back
Choreographer: Michael Foley
Costume Design: Terri Funaro
Lighting Design: Anthony Vito





Black Annie Sickness
Choreographer: John Parks
Assistant to the Choreographer: Katurah Robinson
Costume Design: Marilyn Bertch
Lighting/Sound Design:  Anthony Vito







CAMPS
Choreographer: Robert Moses
Rehearsal Director: Bliss Kohlmyer
Costume Design: Terri Funaro
Lighting Design: Anthony Vito
John W. Holloway Endowment in Dance and Theatre Guest Artist






Guest Artist Robert Moses
Founded in 1995, San Francisco based Robert Moses' Kin is considered by many to be one of the most prolific and exciting new contemporary dance companies to emerge nationally in the past decade. The company's mission is to produce work which speaks to what is specific and unique in human nature. Robert Moses' Kin uses movement as the medium through which race, class, culture and gender are used to voice the existence of our greater potential and unfulfilled possibilities.

Robert Moses' diverse eleven-member company is known for its eclectic movement vocabulary, demanding choreography, ferocious dancing, and provocative themes. Moses' focus on the expressiveness of the human body and his desire to speak with the voices of his African American heritage have produced works with regional, national and international recognition.  In 2015 he created a work on Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre.

An ambitious and diverse company, Robert Moses' Kin has received tremendous national media coverage in such publications as The New York Times, Entertainment Weekly, Dance Magazine, Los Angeles Times, San Francisco Chronicle, San Francisco Examiner, The Village Voice, Denver Post, Rocky Mountain News, as well as on radio, television and the Internet.

John W. Holloway Endowment in Dance and Theatre
The John W. Holloway Endowed Chair in Dance and Theatre provides these programs with funds on an annual basis. John W. Holloway, a TheatreUSF graduate, has systematically donated enhancement funds to build the Theatre and Dance programs to exceptional artistic status. The Holloway Endowed Chair has allowed both theatre and dance majors to work with renowned international artists in the creation of new work and in the preparation of interdisciplinary stage productions on important contemporary subjects.

USF School of Theatre and Dance
The University of South Florida School of Theatre and Dance is committed to facilitating creative and academic artists and scholars though rigorous training in the studio, the classroom, and in performance. The B.F.A. in Dance Performance focuses on the professional development of dancers and choreographers. The B.A. in Dance Studies offers an individualized program for students who, in addition to their dance training, wish to explore the relationship between dance and another academic area.  Central to the dance program is its commitment to the creation and performance of original choreographic works by students, faculty, and guest artists, presented in public performance by students throughout the year. Faculty members in the dance program are well-known professionals with wide-ranging experience as dancers, choreographers, and teachers. In addition, guest artists regularly augment the full-time faculty roster as visiting artists.  For more information about our programs or to contact the department please visit http://theatreanddance.arts.usf.edu.

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