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Flash Mob

Have you ever seen a flash mob video on YouTube and secretly wished that one day you could dance in a flash mob? That wish came true for Studio Dance Theatre members. Several times a year the High Museum of Art hosts College Nights. College students, with the help of their student IDs, get into … Continue reading

BIG Thank You

BIG Thank You

Thanks to everyone who came out to Danceworks 2011! There were wonderful turn outs for both shows. Nothing feels greater than being able to perform and share our work with a loving and supportive audience. Studio Dance Theatre has had a wonderful semester and cannot wait to show you what is in store for next … Continue reading

Danceworks 2011

Danceworks 2011

Studio Dance Theatre members have been rehearsing since the beginning of September in order to bring their audience some exciting new works. This weekend’s performance will feature two classical ballet variations, Aurora Act 1 and La Bayadere Kingdom of Shades  choreographed by Marius Petipa. Agnes Scott Senior Dance major, Bhumi Patel, choreographed a new work, … Continue reading

Reading Dance–Labanotation

Did you know that dance has a language? That if you wanted to sit down and read dance movement, you could? This language is called Labanotation. Labanotation is a way of notating and preserving movement so that one is able to pass information down from one generation to another without losing knowledge of the movement or … Continue reading

ACDFA Video Blog

ACDFA Video Blog

Here’s our video-log from ACDFA! There’s not much to say but sit back, relax and enjoy :) This video was made by Bhumi Patel, a Junior Dance Major

American College Dance Festival

American College Dance Festival

  This weekend eleven members of Studio Dance Theatre will depart Agnes Scott in a giant van for Tallahassee. We will be attending the American College Dance Festival, or ACDFA, and I couldn’t be more excited. The American College Dance Festival provides students and faculty the opportunity to engage in three days of performances, workshops, … Continue reading