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DanceTCU presents: Senior Capstone Concert

DanceTCU presents CODA -  a concert of original dances created by the Senior BFA choreographers. This showing of seven powerful and unique works will premiere on April 11, 12, and 13 at 7:30pm in Erma Lowe Hall, Studio Theatre on the TCU campus.

Reception and Q & A with artists follows select performances.

General Admission: $15 | Students with ID: $5

Online prepurchase available!  Cash only accepted at the door.

 

Important Parking Information:

Our southwest end of the TCU campus is enjoying several large construction projects, which limit parking and access to some through streets.

The first parking lot of choice is the Tom Brown/Pete Wright Visitor lot located just off Bellaire Drive N. and is adjacent to Erma Lowe Hall, where the DanceTCU concert is held.

If this lot is full, the next available parking lot is one block east of University Drive on Cockrell, behind the line of shops that include Flash Photo and Dutch’s Burgers.  TCU Police are raising the reserved lot parking arm for our performances.  It does mean you will need to walk across University Drive to get to Erma Lowe Hall.

We recommend leaving plenty of time to navigate the parking situation.

Saturday, April 13 at 7:30pm

Erma Lowe Hall, Studio Theatre
3000 South University Drive, Fort Worth, TX 76109

Event Type

Concerts & Performances

Target Audience

Students, Faculty & Staff, Alumni, General Public, Prospective Students

Topic

Arts & Culture, Social & Entertainment

Website

http://dance.tcu.edu

Cost

General Admission: $15 Students with ID: $5

Department
Classical & Contemporary Dance, College of Fine Arts
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Jeffrey D. Pulis

Jeffrey D. Pulis left a positive review 4/10/2019

I loved the entire program. To single out a few, Maryssa Buffano's "diffident actualization" was beautiful and impressive in it's technical physicality. Kate Gomez Moore's "Reconciling Belonging" effectively communicated the theme of falling in and out of a sense of belonging with others. Carol Davis, Ally Elliott, and Kate Dance wonderfully together. The highlight of the evening for me was Raavi Baldota's "renee." The chemistry between Anthony Wade and Michaela Butts powerfully conveyed "the depiction of a toxic relationship on the border of extreme passion and violence." It was transcendent.

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