Tag Archives: Gretchen McLaine

REALIGN Dance Concert to Explore Sustainability Themes

The Department of Theatre and Dance in the College of Charleston School of the Arts will showcase REALIGN directed by Kristin Alexander and choreographed by the College’s dance faculty, guest artist Michael Nickerson-Rossi, and senior dance major Anna Brown. The College’s dance students comprise the cast. With a campus-wide initiative to educate and create a […]

CofC Dance to Stage “Safe Harbor”

The Department of Theatre and Dance in the College of Charleston School of the Arts will present a dance concert, “Safe Harbor,” directed by Gretchen McLaine and choreographed by the College’s dance faculty, select students, and guest artist John Zullo. The cast is comprised of more than thirty dance majors and minors.  The concert explores […]

CofC Dance Portrays “Her Story”

The Department of Theatre and Dance will present a dance concert, “Her Story,” directed by Kristin Alexander and choreographed by the College’s dance faculty, guest artist Tara Madsen Robbins from Philadelphia, and senior dance major Carly Harward. The College’s dance students comprise the cast. Embracing the departmental theme of female-driven works, the dance program will […]

Chapel Moves! Dance Concert Choreographed by Students

“Chapel Moves!” is an innovative concert of original dances choreographed by talented students in the Department of Theatre and Dance at the College of Charleston School of the Arts. Selected through open auditions, over thirty dance majors and minors are featured in the performance. Works will include pieces selected for inclusion in the American College Dance […]

‘Out of Control’ Dance Concert

The Department of Theatre and Dance in the College of Charleston School of the Arts will showcase “Out of Control,” directed by Gretchen McLaine and choreographed by the College’s dance faculty and guest artist Ashlee Ratigan for the Charleston County School of the Arts. The College’s dance students comprise the cast. What makes this production […]

CofC Dance Concert: Embracing Pangaea

The College of Charleston’s Department of Theatre and Dance is proud to present its 6th annual spring dance concert, Embracing Pangaea. The performance explores multiculturalism through dance, and features faculty, student and guest artist choreography. Artistic Director Gretchen McLaine has re-staged excerpts from August Bournonville’s ballet entitled “Napoli.” Created in 1842, “Napoli” was inspired by the […]

Celebrate a ‘Landmark’ Year of Dance Studies

The dance faculty and students of the College of Charleston School of the Arts’ ever-expanding Department of Theatre and Dance are proud to present “Landmark,” their fifth annual dance concert from Saturday, March 16 through Monday, March 18, 2013. The academic year of 2012-2013 not only marks the birth of the new Bachelor of Arts in […]

Dance Concert: Looking Back, Moving Forward

The Department of Theatre in the College of Charleston’s School of the Arts is excited to present its fourth annual dance concert, Looking Back, Moving Forward. This unique show provides the audience with a historical perspective of personal and cultural chronicles that help comprise who we are today. Looking Back, Moving Forward will run Saturday, […]

“Collaborations” Dance Performance

What happens when you combine inspirations from Buddhism, geology, Swan Lake, butoh, post-modern art, and family dynamics? The answer is Collaborations, a dance concert presented by the College of Charleston’s Department of Theatre. Collaborations will run Saturday, March 19 – Monday, March 21 in the Emmett Robinson Theatre in the Simons Center for the Arts, […]

Dance performance unbound: unearthed

Following last year’s successful dance concert, this year’s unbound: unearthed showcases the ever-increasing talents of the dance program at the College of Charleston’s School of the Arts. This diverse performance is centered on the ideas of physical, personal and artistic freedoms that reside within each artist. Unbound: unearthed features faculty, guest artist, and select student […]