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Every semester the Old Dominion Universitys Dance department has a concert where the students choreograph and perform a handful of pieces to show the public what they can do This concert is known as the University Dance Theaterand there performance is one in the fall and one in the spring This semester I got to attend the fall performance on opening night I saw a lot of performances but there were only three performances that stood out to me they were Try Swept and Bag itThe performance Try choreographed by Wesley Acker was on of my favorites Itstarted out with a spotlight at center stage with six dancers walking around the circular boarder of the light When the tempo of the song got faster the dancers got out of their circle and start dancing angrily Once the tempo slowed down they went back into the circle formation In the end of the performance the Dancers broke off one by one had a short solo ripped open their shirt and walk off the stage The dancers costume was a white shirt with a hole in it with a read shirt under it I think the message the chorographer was trying to send was that we are tired of trying Swept choreographed by Rachel Throne Germond was my least favorite dance performance of the night The choreography was bizarre I know that this performance was a form of modern dace because the movements seemed to tell an emotion rather than a story This it is hard to explain this piece because I am not really sure what was going on All I can tell you were there was three girls dancing who danced at low and medium levels throughout the whole stage I the beginning they were putting flowers in a pot then they were drinking and in the end they were sweeping Their facial expressions led me to believe that they were angry and hate their
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