MFA Student Dance Concert: Solve et Coagula
Artistic Direction by Christine Knoblauch-O’Neal
This year’s concert, Solve et Coagula, celebrates the fifth year of the MFA in Performing Arts Department. The program brings to our audience an outpouring of choreographic inspirations. Each creation offers a particular perspective on the most current topics and abstract concepts. One dance is concerned with processing emotions, and states of being while the other moves us from suffering to transformation. Kinetic and colorful, the dances sculpt images of life and rebirth.
In addition, we welcome back our 2020 cohort whose works were never seen due to the pandemic. Mindscapes embodies the remembered and the forgotten, and discovers of what can be found amid the oppositional forces of minimalism and expansion.
March 26 at 8 p.m.
Admission is Free
Health and Safety Policies
- Beginning March 14, wearing a face mask is optional at Edison Theatre and the A. E. Hotchner Studio Theatre. If you arrive to the venue and decide you would like a face mask, the staff will be happy to provide one.
- While we encourage patrons to be fully vaccinated, proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test will not be required for attending events.
- We are seating up to 100% capacity for events in Edison Theatre and the A. E. Hotchner Studio Theatre. Depending on total attendance, some general admission events may allow for socially distanced seating.
- If you are experiencing cold or flu symptoms and you have tickets to an event, please let us know prior to the performance. We will gladly exchange or refund your ticket.