Rachel LaGrou begins the dance choreographed by Torey Miller titled “Bound.” (Photo by Aki Nagasaka)
During the snowy week at the end of February, the sight of elegant dancers and energetic dance performances warmed the Eckilson-Mabee Theater and spirits of audience members who enjoyed the show. Janie Morgan is the assistant professor of Dance who directed the concert.
Rebecca Whitsett, Devin Walker, Shirley Binkley, Bradford Scott, Kelby Lawson, R.J. Howes, Rebeca Daolio and Markeith Robinson are dancers in the “Panico Danca Louca” performance, a waltz choreographed by Bradford Scott. (Photo by David L. Roberts)
The dance titled “5:41 p.m.” the time that the tornado struck in Joplin, features (from front) Brooklyn Brizendine, Kelby Lawson, Torey Miller, Audrey Quint, Shirley Binkley, Rebeca Daolio, Rebecca Whitsett, and Devin Walker. It was choreographed by Rebecca Whitsett.
Aubree Brooke and Bradford Scott in the cha cha dance moment from “Panico Danca Louca.”
R.J. Howes and Kelby Lawson dance the cha cha.
Rebecca Whitsett and Rebeca Daolio are choreographed by Rachel LaGrou in “It’s Not a Lion, It’s a Giraffe.”
Rachel LaGrou and Rebeca Daolio are two of the dancers in “It Gets Better,” choreographed by Sydney Bradford.
Sydney Bradford is one of the dancers in “Bound.”