Arts & Culture / Mosaic / May 9, 2014

Terpsichore presents second traveling performance

Senior Kelsey Witzling and freshman Radiandra Soemardi dance in the windows of CFA during Terpsichore's "driftings, a traveling performance" Saturday, Oct. 26. (Michelle Orr/TKS)

Senior Kelsey Witzling and freshman Radiandra Soemardi dance in the windows of CFA during Terpsichore’s “driftings, a traveling performance” Saturday, Oct. 26. (Michelle Orr/TKS)

Today at 4:30 p.m. members of the Terpsichore Dance Collective will meet outside the Auxiliary Gym to partake in a traveling performance, the nature of which is improvisational.

This will be Terp’s second site-specific improv performance this year. Throughout the performance, dancers will be moving from the Aux to the “grassy incline” beside CFA performing all the while. Audience members are encouraged to follow them as they navigate the campus landscape in unconventional ways using each other as well as anything that crosses their path as a platform for movement.

The cast is comprised of freshmen Kilee Vega, Mary Blair, Taran Wilbat, Emily Trevor and Rachel Horne, sophomore Lauren Bird and junior Lara Brewner. Vega and Horne are both leading pieces.

Camille Brown
Camille Brown is a junior majoring in English literature and double minoring in educational policy and journalism. Previously, she served as editor-in-chief of her high school paper and a reporter for TKS. She spent the summer of 2012 freelancing for The Peninsula Gateway and is currently pursuing an independent study concerning the media’s influence on education.

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Camille Brown
Camille Brown is a junior majoring in English literature and double minoring in educational policy and journalism. Previously, she served as editor-in-chief of her high school paper and a reporter for TKS. She spent the summer of 2012 freelancing for The Peninsula Gateway and is currently pursuing an independent study concerning the media’s influence on education.




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