MARCH 29, 30 + 31, 2018
Thursday-Friday, March 29 + 30, 2018
Saturday, March 31, 2018
2:00 + 8:00 PM
Hearst Dance Theater, Lewis Arts complex
A prelude starts 15 minutes before show times on the outdoor Plaza at the Lewis Arts complex.
First piece begins in the Forum at the Lewis Arts complex.
Seniors in the Program in Dance present Interrobang‽, a collaborative senior dance thesis concert. The students will perform existing repertory and new works by acclaimed choreographers Raja Feather Kelly, Zvi Gotheiner, Ohad Naharin, and Christopher Ralph, as well as perform new works by seniors Maia Ezratty, Jacqueline Kopra, Natalie Plonk, India Rogers-Shepp, and a collaboration between senior Selah Hampton and Princeton alumnus Ogemdi Ude.
A prelude to the concert will begin 15 minutes prior to show times on the Plaza at the arts complex and the first piece will start in the Forum and move into the theater.
Tickets are $8 students (Passport to the Arts eligible), $12 seniors; $12 general admission in advance; $17 general admission day of the event. Tickets are available through University Ticketing online, by calling 609-258-9220, or at the door on the night of the performance.
- Jessica Chambers — a solo excerpt from DABKE, a traditional Middle-Eastern folk dance choreographed by Zvi Gotheiner and composed by Scott Killian
- Maia Ezratty — Liminal, a new work that aims to choreographically mirror the intensity of closeness between the dancers in the cast just before the moment they leave Princeton
- Selah Hampton — created in collaboration with Princeton alumnus Ogemdi Ude, Six black people is a new work that concerns racial identification in white spaces
- Anna Kimmel + Anna Pearson — premiere a duet created for them by contemporary choreographer Christopher Ralph
- Jacqueline Kopra — a new work that explores internal contradictions, duality, and conflict within the self
- Natalie Plonk — RUN/Off, a new work that explores political, scientific, and social themes of water through abstracted movement
- India Rogers-Shepp — The Body is Recording, a study on how violence has interwoven itself into our historic and personal narratives
- Cecilia Shang + Ayla Allen — a duet created by Raja Feather Kelly
- Group of seniors — perform an excerpt from Ohad Naharin’s Seder (2007)