Ticket prices are $15 for adults, and $12 for children and senior citizens. Students from Northwestern State, BPCC@NSU and Louisiana School for Math, Science and the Arts get in for free with a current student I.D.
The dance performances are “Esmeralda Variation,” “Sunscreen” and “Winter Solstice” by Kirstin Riehl, “Full Circle,” “Ave Maria,” “In the Deep,” “Mom’s Secret,” “It’s Time...” and “Vogue” by Brett Alan Garfinkel and “Sweet Beginnings,” “On Foot” and “Hotel Dieu” by Rebecca Morgan.
“The program will include a wide range of styles including contemporary and modern dance, classical and contemporary ballet, tap and jazz,” said Garfinkel, an assistant professor of dance. “There will be a wide range of dance with something that will appeal to anyone. We have worked to provide the type of dance instruction that is beneficial to our students and help them be as versatile as possible when they move into their professional career.”
Some of the works were performed recently for dance professionals at the annual south regional conference of the American College Dance Festival Association in Jackson, Miss.