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News, events and happenings from the Randolph College dance department.

Kelly Malone Dudley recently appeared in the Chicago premiere of
Glenn Leslie's Chicago-area showing:
Dance professor to perform in Blue Ridge Summer Theatre Festival
Kelly Malone Dudley '95 will begin her third season with Endstation Theatre Company this summer
Spring Dance Concert features student and professional choreography
The Annual Spring Dance Concert will be held at 8 p.m. April 35 in Smith Hall Theatre.
Dance concert features student choreography
The 2013 fall dance showcase will be held November 12. It features choreography by six Randolph College students.
Exhibition and concert highlights artwork of Arthur B. Davies and dance of Isadora Duncan
The Maier Museum of Art at Randolph College collaborated with the dance department for this interdisciplinary exhibition opening.
Isadora Duncan Dance Company to Perform at Randolph Jan. 18-19
Performances are in conjunction with the Maier Museum of Art at Randolph College's newest exhibition
Alumna dances in Olympics opening ceremony
Mary-Elizabeth Carter White 90 majored in economics, but also studied dance at R-MWC.
Hiawatha Johnson Featured in Local Newspaper
Artist-in-Residence talks magic, music, and dance
Randolph Magazine Cover Story: Grit and Grace
Preparation for the Annual Spring Dance Concert means months of grit, pain, and emotion as students juggle the demands of academics and dance. (Includes Feature Video)
Randolph College Annual Spring Dance Concert Highlighted
News & Advance features student performance
Randolph Magazine Feature Story: Alumna Named Executive Director of New York City Ballet
From a very early age I could not imagine music and the arts not being a focus of my life.
Randolph Magazine Feature Story: Choreographing the Science of Dance
Brittany Dickey 10 merges her interests in biology and dance into a double major.
Randolph College Senior Shares Love of Dance With Local Elementary School Students
Brittany Dickey '10 leads dance workshop as part of Davenport Leadership Program capstone experience
New York Dance Teacher Summit
Kelly Malone Dudley
Iwalani Martin Performs Original Dance at Symposium
“Turbulence and Flow” explores how water flows
Katelyn Bulluck Performs at Symposium
Original dance explores students' reactions to authority.

 

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