April 09, 2008

Case Western Reserve University's MaDaCol presents spring concert, April 17-19

MaDaCol

Case Western Reserve University's MaDaCol (Mather Dance Collective) will present its spring concert. Performances are at 8 p.m. April 17 and 18 and at 7 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. on April 19 in the Mather Dance Center, 11201 Bellflower Road, behind Church of the Covenant.

MaDaCol is the university's dance ensemble of undergraduate dancers from a wide range of majors and community members.

The group will perform three works:
  • "Night Crawling," choreographed by Beth Salemi to music by Paul Leary and accompaniment by Marcelo Amaral. Performing this work will be Shayna Brahwaite, Shelly Farris, Genevieve Marie Hill, Brad Petot, Tessa Pope, Heather Sakai, Megan Tyler, Meg Wuerderman and Deb Carlson-Klein
  • "Lonely People," choreographed by Ken Gasch to Sarah Lohman arrangement of music by The Beatles. Dancing this work will be Erika Bailey, Shelly Coppola, Anne Deucher, Sayaka Fujioka, Trina Hines, Brian Houlihan, Erin Jones, Andrea LeBlond, Alison Sega, Jessica Stultz, Lauren Wescott and Owen Zicari
  • An untitled work by Kathleen Kohatsu and set to music by Harry Partch and danced by Melissa Cox, Maria Efimara, Elizabeth Gurdian, Sharona Hoffman, Claire Kenny and Marlee Ravia

Admission is $4 at the door. To learn more, call 216-368-6262.

For more information contact Susan Griffith, 216.368.1004.

Posted by: Heidi Cool, April 9, 2008 11:50 AM | News Topics: College of Arts and Sciences, Events, HeadlinesMain, Students, features

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