CofC Stages to Present ‘Pathways’ Dance Concert Featuring Student Choreography

CofC Stages at the College of Charleston’s Department of Theatre and Dance presents its annual exhibition of student-choreographed work in Pathways, its spring dance concert offering.

Associate Professor of Dance Kristin Alexander serves as the concert’s artistic director. Pathways will feature eight new dance pieces choreographed by dance majors.

Performances will take place in the Sottile Theatre on Saturday, March and Sunday, March 24th.

“The common pathway of being a major in our department strengthens their support for one another through the creative process, but the individuality of their investigation of this theme has led to a diverse concert of work,” shares Alexander. The concert is comprised of more than 40 dancers and features a variety of styles, including modern, contemporary ballet, jazz, and hip hop.

“Although all of the choreographers are majors in the Department of Theatre and Dance, they range from freshman to seniors, from different parts of the country, pursuing various double majors and minors.”

DETAILS: Performances of Pathways at the Sottile Theatre (44 George St.) are Saturday, March 23rd at 7:30pm and Sunday, March 24th at 2:00pm.

Individual tickets are $25 for adults; $20 for seniors (60+), military/veteran, and youth under 18; and $12 for CofC students, faculty, and staff. Individual ticket prices for other shows in the CofC Stages season vary by show. Purchase tickets online at or contact the George Street Box Office by emailing or calling (843) 953-4726.

Purchase tickets online by using one of the following links:

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2023-2024 CofC Stages Season

Men on Boats by Jaclyn Backhaus
After the Rain (faculty-choreographed dance concert)
In Love and Warcraft by Madhuri Shekar (staged reading)
Pippin by Stephen Schwartz and Roger O. Hirson
The Pages Festival: Staged Readings of Student-Written Works
Die Fledermaus by Johann Strauss II (co-production with Department of Music/CofC Opera)
Pathways (student-choreographed dance concert)
The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde

Visit to learn about all eight productions that center on the theme “Expectations and Explorations”

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