The Free Press, Mankato, MN


December 6, 2012

MSU students prepare for spotlight in Fall Dance Concert



The concert also includes pieces choreographed by faculty members Julie Kerr-Berry and Daniel Stark, as well as guest artists Gabriel Anderson and Penelope Freeh.

Kerr-Berry’s piece is based on the idea of a circle and works to introduce some of the newer dancers to the audience.  Stark’s piece, “Folktale,” is based on the extremities of emotion and how to reveal the reasoning behind that emotion.  The questioning of progress, its purpose and purported benefits is the intent for Anderson’s piece, “In Lieu of Progress.”  Freeh’s piece, “Ancient Elegy,” which opens the concert, will use a ballet dance “vocabulary” to get the audience thinking.

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