River North Dance Chicago in Boone
For 24 years, River North Dance Chicago has been touring its
contemporary, jazz-based repertoire nationally and internationally.
As a part of the South Arts Touring Dance Initiative, Appalachian State University’s Performing Arts Series will host the dance company for a residency on campus and a live performance Jan. 31 at 8 p.m. at the Schaefer Center for the Performing Arts.
To watch videos, purchase tickets and learn more about the Jan. 31 event, visit http://pas.appstate.edu/schedule/id/283.
About River North Dance Chicago
Critically acclaimed for its athletic, sensual and dynamic repertoire, River North Dance Chicago (RNDC) presents dynamic works that combine athletic prowess and artistic perspective with bold, theatrical flair.
Founded in 1989, RNDC is now under the leadership of artistic director Frank Chaves and executive director Gail Kalver. The company continues to make a name for itself on the world stage, travelling throughout the country and internationally.
According to The Arizona Republic, “Jazz dance never looked so … funny, mystical, poignant, inexplicable, sexy.”
Of the company, The St. Louis Post Dispatch said, “In a stylistically wide-ranging program, the company kept the energy high, while allowing for engagingly creative shifts in mood and atmosphere.”
For more information on RNDC, visit http://rivernorthchicago.com.
About the Residency
This performance is part of a collaborative project with the South Arts Dance Touring Initiative, involving residency activities by River North Dance Chicago from Jan. 29 to 31.
Residency activities and performances are funded in part by a grant from South Arts in partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts.
Company members will hold master classes and meet one on one with dance students at Appalachian and in the community. RNDC will also perform as a part of the APPlause! K-12 Performing Arts Series for area school children on the morning of Jan. 31. For more information on the APPlause! Series, visit http://theschaefercenter.org/applause.
Adult tickets cost $20, and student tickets are $10. The Pick 5 discount is available for this show and offers a break on the ticket price when the tickets are purchased in multiples of five. The Pick 5 discount is offered on most of the events during the 2013-14 Performing Arts Series.
To purchase tickets or inquire about the Pick 5 discount, call or visit the Schaefer Center for the Performing Arts box office at (828) 262-4046 or 733 Rivers St. on campus. Tickets can also be purchased online at http://pas.appstate.edu.
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• STOMP – March 4
• Montana Repertory Theatre: “The Miracle Worker” – April 3
• ASU Theatre & Dance and Hayes School of Music: “Kiss Me, Kate” April 11 to 13
For videos, images and detailed information about each performance, visit http://pas.appstate.edu.