WHEN: Thursday – Saturday (March 12-14) @ 7 p.m.
WHERE: ASU’s Leila Barlow Theatre in its Tullibody Fine Arts Building, 845 S. Jackson St; on campus.
NOTE: See the flyer below for more information on the event.
Alabama State University’s Department of Theatre Arts presents its Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) dance program’s Spring concert titled “Iconic Voices” beginning at 7 p.m. on Thursday and continuing through Saturday (March 12-14) at ASU’s Leila Barlow Theatre in its Tullibody Fine Arts Building, 845 S. Jackson St. on campus.
The event features choreography by faculty members James Atkinson, Lindsay Benton, Jerome Stigler, and special guest choreographers Jeremy McQueen and Martial Roumain.
The concert will explore some of the most iconic and prolific voices in arts & letters, including pioneers in dance, music, visual arts, theatre and literature. Choreographic work by Eleo Pomare will be presented posthumously as a tribute to one of the iconic voices in dance. The BFA students have engaged in dialogue, research and choreographic processes that embrace movement that is inspired and influenced by the arts & letters, which helped shape worldwide culture.
“Iconic Voices” is a celebration and will both entertain and inform audiences of the many cultural, educational, and artistic influences that can be embraced and celebrated through dance.
“We are aware that our students need tools, skills and excellent training in order to be successful when they graduate, and we are committed to imparting to them everything we can while they’re here,” said James Atkinson, the University’s BFA program director.
Admission is $6 for students (with proper ID), $12 general public and $10 for groups of 10 or more.
For more information or tickets: 334-229-6929 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
News media contact: Kenneth Mullinax, 334-229-4104.