Texas State Presents: BFA Choreographers’ Showcase

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By Ally Bolender
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The Texas State University’s Department of Theatre and Dance presents the 2019 Choreographer’s Showcase on August 2 and August 3 at 7:30 p.m. at the Jowers Center.

The 2019 Choreographer’s Showcase incorporates a variety of contemporary and modern inspired dance works. It features works by students enrolled in Advanced Choreography, BFA Senior Performance/Choreography majors and the Honors Thesis project of Dana Mosbey.

A description of the 2019 Choreographers’ Showcase. The poster has an artistic design of three colored hexagons and black drawings on top. The poster gives the following information: Choreographers’ Showcase, featuring choreography by Dana Mosby, Megan Moss, Tanesha Payne, Lilly Thurman, and students in the advanced choreography course. $10 general admission (includes processing fee) Tickets: 512.254.6500, txstatepresents.com. Jowers Studio B178, August 2 & 3 at 7:30 p.m.
Summer 2019 Choreographers’ Showcase. Photo courtesy of Texas State University Department of Theatre and Dance.

The production includes choreography by Mosbey, Megan Moss, Tanesha Payne, Lilly Thurman and other students.

The Division of Dance at Texas State University allows students to explore and choreograph multiple genres of dance and prepares students for a variety of careers in dance. The curriculum emphasizes the role of dance as a catalyst for artistic expression and a means for developing a global perspective. The students of the Division of Dance are equipped with skills in performing, teaching and creating original dances.

The Jowers Center is located on Jowers Access Road, across the river from the Edward Gary Street Garage. For more help navigating to Jowers Center, visit the College of Education’s driving instructions website.

The showcase performances will be located in room B178 of the Jowers Center. Tickets are $10 and can be purchased at txstatepresents.com or by phone at 512-245-6500.

Featured image courtesy by Texas State University.

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