More than 40 students will perform a variety of dances ranging from ballroom to contemporary in this semester’s Extravadance. The show will take place Nov. 22 and 23 in the Oscar A. Kirkham Auditorium.
Jennifer Myers, a junior studying dance and a member of a contemporary dance gro, said the theme of this semester’s show is “Lost and Found.”
“We hope the audience will recognize something that they have lost, and that they have currently found,” Myers said.
Myers said this performance will bring a variety to the stage compared to other semesters. Ballroom, jazz and flamenco are some of the dance styles that will be featured in the show.
“All of the dancers have put in hard work,” Myers said. “They have dedicated hours to practice so they can bring their best to the show.”
Jennifer Wadsworth, the instructor of Dance Alliance, said each dance gro has been working hard to prepare for the show.
In addition, she said she hopes students will value the quality of the show.
“I hope the audience will appreciate the importance and understanding of each dance performed,” Wadsworth said.
Wadsworth said she wishes for students to come and enjoy the show.
Tickets are $3 for students and $6 for the general public and can be purchased online or at the campus Ticket Office.