April 4, 2001
CSUS Dance-Art Season Finale
Dale Scholl Dance-Art wraps up its nineteenth
season at California State University, Sacramento with the
popular Rep & More program April 18 - 21.
Rep & More, an annual production, features signature works
from the dance troupe's eclectic repertoire. This year's edition
will include "Latin Groove," "Funeral for a
Friend" and "Americana" choreographed by CSUS
dance professor Dale Scholl as well as "Hearts Aflame"
choreographed by Eric Vianelle.
"Latin Groove," which premiered in 1997, is a humorous
take on the early 1960s lounge scene and is set to the music
of Yma Sumac, Desi Arnaz and Tito Puente.
"Funeral for a Friend," from the company's 1999
Madman Across the Water, is an interpretation of Elton John's
music. Sacramento Bee reporter William Glackin called the
piece a "striking example of Scholl's choreographic inventiveness."
"Americana," premiered in 2000 as part of the CSUS
Dance Faculty Recital. The piece features music by local singer-songwriters
Scott Long and Frank Marenzino.
Finally, 1999's "Hearts Aflame" is a lighthearted
look at the pitfalls of love set to the music of Mariachi
del Sol and Lhasa.
All performances are at 8 p.m. in the Solano Hall Dancespace.
Tickets are $15 general, $12 students and $8 for children
12-years-old and under.
Tickets can be purchased by calling (916) 451-3732. Media
assistance is available by contacting the CSUS public affairs
office at (916) 278-6156.
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