During 2012, Georgia College senior Grace Nichols joined emerging leaders during equality discussions at the White House. The music therapy major attended the event with approximately 100 next generation lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) participants to discuss equality efforts taking place on the federal level. She also received the opportunity to talk and take a photo with Vice President Joe Biden.
Dance Minor Spring Concert 2012
The Georgia College Department of Theatre and Dance presents the Dance Minor Spring Concert 2012.
The performances begin at 8 p.m. Saturday, April 28 and 2 p.m. Sunday, April 29 in Russell Auditorium on the campus of Georgia College.
Georgia College dance minor students Elena Henson, Kristen Steahr, Katherine Darsie, Shelby Price, Leah Keelan, Miles Daly and alumna Jessica Joiner will present new choreographic works in different dance genres including modern and tap dance.
Amelia Pelton, the university’s director of dance, will present two ballet pieces: "Pas de Quatre," originally choreographed in 1845, and a new ballet to one of Beethoven's Symphonies.
University dance instructor Julie Mulvihill will dance a piece that begins on the front lawn of Russell Auditorium with a new sculpture, then continuing on stage.
Guests performers, former university dance instructor Jennifer Mason and her husband, Robert Mason, will perform two ballet pas de deuxs: "Spring Waters" and "Carmina Burana.”
Admission:$12 general public; $8 senior citizens, Georgia College faculty and staff and students; Georgia College students: $5 with valid ID. Group discounts are available.
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