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Dance: Not Plié-ing for Men

The almost all-female cast of Dance Production Maddi Demaree, Women’s Issues Reporter Principia College’s dance production is a hallmark presentation and a …

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Mackenzie Talcott MacKenzie Talcott, originally from Colorado, is a business and mass communications double major at Principia College. Her dream job is to …

Dance Prod Process Comes to Fruition

Most students are very aware of Principia’s annual Dance Production, which begins tomorrow. “Dance Prod,” as the phenomenon is colloquially known, has …

Dance Production 2011

Cowboys and prostitutes. Dolls and swans, or perhaps ducks. Kids in a candy shop and martial arts masters. There’s only one place …

Dust Off Your Dance Shoes, Alumni

Dance Production is over. Sad? No need to be. Come June, Principia’s first-ever Alumni Dance Retreat and Production gives dance-lovers another chance to share the joy of dancing at Principia.

Dance Production 2010

It has taken countless hours of purposeful and focused rehearsal to get to this point. Starting Week 1, each dancer must commit to two hours of practice a week per dance, weekly Saturday rehearsals that include the entire cast, and a dance technique class. That means that some of the more involved dancers and student choreographers spend up to 15 hours a week in Morey or the Hay Field House dance studios. Although dancers earn a few credits for their hard work and can elect to drop one of three academic courses, the production is still time-consuming.