“Dancescape 2016” in photo review

Wednesday, February 24th, 2016

After months of hard work, students, faculty, alumni and guest choreographers presented Dancescape’s 26th performance. The Winona State University department of theatre and dance showcased “Dancescape 2016” Feb. 18 to Feb. 20. The performances featured a collaboration of 15 modern dances in the Vivian Fusillo Main Stage on campus.

Photos by Taylor Nyman

Dancers Nick Garcia (far left), Ashley Brotherton (middle back), Kilat Fitzgerald (far right) and Kassidy Jackson (crouched down) portray a scary dream as the seven deadly sins as Bailey Alleman (sitting on floor) struggles for a way to keep them away from her in the dance “6/7.”

Dancers Nick Garcia (far left), Ashley Brotherton (middle back), Kilat Fitzgerald (far right) and Kassidy Jackson (crouched down) portray a scary dream as the seven deadly sins as Bailey Alleman (sitting on floor) struggles for a way to keep them away from her in the dance “6/7.”

Choreographer and dancer, Courtney Harms shows her villainous side in the dance “Avarice” as she retrieves the power from the villagers.

Choreographer and dancer, Courtney Harms shows her villainous side in the dance “Avarice” as she retrieves the power from the villagers.

Dancer Sydney Swanson (middle) holds a red cloth in the dance “Unreliable Narrator,” which represents the connection of individuals in our society even when everyone’s outer appearance is different.

Dancer Sydney Swanson (middle) holds a red cloth in the dance “Unreliable Narrator,” which represents the connection of individuals in our society even when everyone’s outer appearance is different.

First-year Hannah Pulver-Knowles struggles for a breath as she performs in the dance “From Within,” which represents a heart striving for a second chance in life.

First-year Hannah Pulver-Knowles struggles for a breath as she performs in the dance “From Within,” which represents a heart striving for a second chance in life.

 

Sophomore Ella Dierberger (far left) performs in “Moonscape,” in which director of “Dancescape 2016,” Gretchen Cohenour, choreographed.

Sophomore Ella Dierberger (far left) performs in “Moonscape,” in which director of “Dancescape 2016,” Gretchen Cohenour, choreographed.

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