KSU students perform in fall faculty dance concert

Megan Hermensky

The Kent State School of Theatre and Dance will be hosting its fall faculty dance concert “Dance ’15: Moving Parts” this Friday through Sunday.

According to the event’s Facebook page, the show will feature choreography from dance faculty in a celebration of artistic versatility and diversity.  

Joni Koneval, marketing associate for the School of Theatre and Dance, said that the concert contains six different dance pieces performed by more than 40 students.

The event will take place in the E. Turner Stump Theatre of the Center for the Performing Arts on Friday from 8-10 p.m., Saturday from 8-10 p.m. and Sunday from 2-4 p.m.

Students have been preparing for this concert since the beginning of the semester through rehearsals and meetings, according to Koneval. 

“The Dance ’15 concert is a wonderful evening of choreography that students will enjoy,” she said. “The pieces featured in the concert showcase many different kinds of dance, from modern to ballet to jazz.”

Students performing in the dance concert are excited to be featured in the upcoming show.

“I’m really excited to share what the department has been working so hard on for the past semester with all of my friends and family,” said Laura Wester, a sophomore dance major who is expected to perform.

To buy tickets for the concert, visit the Performing Arts Box Office, call 330-672-2787 or purchase them online on the School of Theater and Dance’s website.

Contact Megan Hermensky at [email protected].