ARTS Pick: Fall Dance Concert

Through a collaboration between faculty and students, the UVA Department of Drama’s annual Fall Dance Concert offers a variety of works that explore sound, space, and movement, from November 15 through 18. Photo by Tom Daly Through a collaboration between faculty and students, the UVA Department of Drama’s annual Fall Dance Concert offers a variety of works that explore sound, space, and movement, from November 15 through 18. Photo by Tom Daly

Through a collaboration between faculty and students, the UVA Department of Drama’s annual Fall Dance Concert offers a variety of works that explore sound, space, and movement.
In Benevolence, guest choreographer Chien-Ying Wang examines communal bonding by “investigating the effects of a dysfunctional family, community, congress, and so forth,” she says. Other pieces look at shifting environments, the dancing body, and the connections between sound and movement.

Thursday, November 15 through Sunday, November 18. $5-7, 8pm. Culbreth Theatre, 109 Culbreth Rd. 924-3376.

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