Bloomsburg University, Bloomsburg, hosted its 11th annual Dance Minor Concert, Finding our Footing, presented by the BU Players and the Division of Theatre and Dance, May 1 and 2 at Mitrani Hall in the Haas Center for the Arts.
Nicole Gagliardi from Breinigsville was a dancer in the piece “Odd One In and Odd One Out” as well as “Les Coeurs Fragiles” and the “House Within” in this production.
This year’s concert featured six exciting dance works inspired by a wide variety of topical themes and dance styles.
From abstract to story-telling methods, the works explored the current human experience as we feel our way through this complex world.
The concert blended student, faculty, and staff talents as choreographers, dancers, lighting, costume, and sound designers, and offered something visually pleasing for all ages.
The themes explored include unconditional love, addiction, cultural trendsetting, trauma recovery/support, self-reliance, free-thinking, inspiration, hope, and peace.
The concert was sponsored by the CGA and the College of Liberal Arts.
Bloomsburg University has been an accredited institutional member of the National Association of Schools of Theatre since 2008.