Nov. 2, 2012
Anne Arundel Community College’s Dance Company is poised to entertain audiences with the dynamic fall performance titled “Falling Up!” at 8 p.m. Thursday and Friday, Nov. 29 and 30.
Artistic Director Lynda P. Fitzgerald has choreographed three full company pieces for this performance. Updated from 2005, “In Hot Pursuit” is set to the wonderful, classical music of Rossini. It’s a humorous take on the “Barber of Seville.”
The second full-company piece, “Do Wak-a-Doo!” is a longtime favorite of Fitzgerald. This full-scale, fast and furious Charleston is set to the music of Sandy Wilson from the musical “The Boy Friend.”
The third piece, premiering on Nov. 29, is “Confined.” Set to the soothing music of Stephane Wrembel, the movement was inspired by observations in a crowd and clothing choices.
Exciting and eclectic student works are contributed by returning dancers Rachael Scaringe, Anwar Thomas, Andre Hinds and Patrick Harrington, all of Millersville; Samuel Boquist of Baltimore; Erika Goodfellow of Glen Burnie; Arrington Lassiter of Washington, D.C.; Elisabeth Lee of Linthicum; Emily Hurd of Arnold; and Kelsey Garrett of Severn and by newcomer Camilla Smigo of Queenstown.
Performances are at the Robert E. Kauffman Theater in the Pascal Center for Performing Arts on the Arnold campus, 101 College Parkway. For information, call the box office at 410-777-2457, or send an email to email@example.com to order tickets. Admission is $7 for AACC students; $10 for AACC faculty, staff, senior citizens and outside students; and $15 for the general public. If special accommodations are needed, alert the box office.
The Anne Arundel Community College Dance Company will present “Falling Up!” at 8 p.m. Nov. 29 and 30 on the Arnold campus. Artistic Director Lynda P. Fitzgerald has choreographed three pieces for this performance.
About Anne Arundel Community College
Celebrating its 50th anniversary, Anne Arundel Community College is an award-winning, fully accredited public two-year institution serving approximately 53,000 students each year through classes offered at more than 100 sites in Anne Arundel County or online. National and regional award-winning studies can lead to a degree, certificate, industry credential, transfer to a four-year institution or career enhancement, personal enrichment and lifelong learning.