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UVU Synergy Dance Company Concert To Feature New Choreography, Screendance

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November 12, 2013

For Immediate Release

University Marketing & Communications: Whitney Wilkinson

Written by: Heather Wrigley

Utah Valley University’s Synergy Dance Company is pleased to present its concert, “Progressions,” Nov. 21-23 in the Ragan Theater at 7:30 p.m.

“‘Progressions’ is a thought-provoking night of stunning contemporary dance,” said artistic director Monica Campbell. “Students, faculty and guest artists have collaborated to bring attendees a concert infused with a variety of original choreography.”

The concert will feature choreography by Campbell, as well as by Tara McArthur, a member of the Ririe Woodbury Dance Company. Rounding out the show are five student choreographers chosen to showcase their own unique perspectives, ranging from the continual foreword motion in life, to the various reactions we have to similar situations we all face.

Additionally, Alicia Paspuel, a recent graduate of the UVU Department of Dance and a former student in the department’s new dance and technology class, will premier her new screendance, “Between the Frames.”

“‘Progressions’ is sure to touch, inspire and awaken the imagination and has something for each individual to enjoy,” Campbell said. “It is a concert performance you do not want to miss.”

Tickets are available at the School of the Arts box office at 801-863-PLAY (7529) and at uvu.edu/arts.

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