Annual 2013 Dance Concert

Rachel Brunstein
Staff Writer

The spring dance concert here at Goucher was a fantastic collection of six very different dances- three ballet and three modern. The ballet pieces ranged from a very classical-type dance, with white dresses to “Dyads,” which had music that sounded like rain, and blue-gray dresses to match, to “Erupting Light,” where lighting played a key role in the dance. The modern dances included an array of pieces as well. The first was student-choreographed, had a creepy feel to it, and human sound in addition to the music. The second, “Wien,” had the most varied movement and sound, and the third, “Road to One,” started with just one dancer on stage, and ended with twenty-four.

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SMART ART: Finding New Beginnings in Broken Pictures

Sara Torgerson
Arts Editor

We all have ups and downs. Sometimes things happen, there’s a death in the family, a break up, you’re living in the midst of warfare. Last semester I was in a down, so much so that I was looking to transfer somewhere back in California. And when I went home for break I was still dug deep, hidden behind a smiling face, in hole that was sinking farther and farther and swelling bigger and bigger. I felt so lost and covered by darkness that I wasn’t quite sure how to get out. Then I found my way. destroy_pic_2 Continue reading