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Movement Market at Kayenta

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St. George Dance Co. performs Saturday, November 11th at the Kayenta Art Scene & Center for the Arts!
“Enjoy a live fundraiser auction like you have never seen before as the Kayenta Arts Foundation raises funds for their Center for the Arts. Art works such as paintings, pottery, jewelry and more will be brought to life through MOVEMENT and interpreted by the adult professional modern dance group the St. George Dance Company and then sold at MARKET to audience members as

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Here is what’s coming up with St. George Dance Co. this fall 2017

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Here is what’s coming up with the St. George Dance Co. this fall 2017.

We hope you will mark your calendar and come check it out!

 

We will once again collaborate with the Southwest Symphony in the Halloween Spooktacular! We have invited Cirque du Soleil soloist Caine Keenan to perform traditional Transylvanian dance.

Southwest Symphony Spooktacular 2017

Friday, October 27, 2017

7:30pm Cox Auditorium

More info click here…

In addition to a world class solo performed by Cirque dancer Caine Keenan St. George Dance Co. has also

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St. George Dance Company invites Cirque du Soleil soloist to perform traditional Transylvanian dance with the Southwest Symphony

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St. GEORGE –The St. George Dance Company, a professional modern dance group directed by Summer Belnap Robertson, will collaborate with the Southwest Symphony in the annual “Halloween Spooktacular.”

This wickedly fun performance will take place Friday, October 27 at the Dixie State University Cox Center for the Performing Arts at 7:30 p.m.  It will feature three pieces by the St. George Dance Company set to the musical magic performed by the symphony.

For the 2017 Spooktacular choreographer Rebekah Wainwright has created a work

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EmBODY Visual Art

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Art, frozen in time, comes to life through the St. George Dance Company. St. George City is preparing to hold the 38th annual Art Festival April 14-15, 2017. The St. George Dance Company (SGDC) will use their bodies as instruments to bring to life the visual art that is on display. The performance will be at the Electric Theater April 14-15 at 7pm.

SGDC is an adult professional modern dance group under the artistic direction of Summer Belnap Robertson.

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Red Rock Dance Festival 2017

Hosted by the St. George Dance Co., the Red Rock Dance Festival is three full days of moving, collaborating, dance making, and performing June 1 – 3, 2017 at Dixie State University. The Festival’s mission is to bring together a community of choreographers, performers, educators and students in a cooperative environment to study, perform and create new work.

A feature performance by the world-renowned professional dance company Paul Taylor 2 from NYC will be held on Friday, June 2, 2017 7:30PM

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SEARCH FOR DANCERS up coming events…

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SEARCH FOR DANCERS

Here is what’s coming up with St. George Dance Co. this spring 2017.  We hope you will mark your calendars and participate (open to SGDC dancers and any others)!

Rachel Berman Master ClassSaturday, January 28 (one time only)10-11:30am, $10 pay at the doorElectric Theater, 68 E Tabernacle St, St George (down stairs)

World renown master teacher Rachel Berman of the Paul Taylor Dance Company will be in St. George Utah Saturday, January 28 10:00-11:30am at the Electric Theater. Don’t miss

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Rachel Berman Master Class

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Rachel Berman Master ClassSaturday, January 28, 201710:00-11:30AMElectric Theater Dance Studio68 E Tabernacle St, St. George, Utah 84770Int/Adv Contemporary Adult$10 cash at the doorPhoto by: Lois GreenfieldHosted by St. George Dance Co.

World renown master teacher Rachel Berman of the Paul Taylor Dance Company will be in St. George Utah Saturday, January 28 10:00-11:30 at the Electric Theater. Don’t miss the opportunity to experience her workshop!Originally from Hawaii, Rachel Berman has had a diverse career in all aspects of the field of dance,

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The Unicorn With St George Dance Company

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The St. George Dance Company is honored to collaborate with the St. George Chamber Singers and the Tuacahn High School Madrigals for an upcoming concert on November 19, 2016 at the DSU Eccles Concert Hall. The concert features the beauty, power, and wry humor of Menotti’s “The Unicorn, the Gorgon, and the Manticore,” choreographed by St. George Dance Company’s Jenny Hendry Mair. The St. George Chamber Singers, Madrigals, and orchestra will also present the splendor and majesty of Gabriel Fauré’s “Requiem.”  They are joined

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Spooktacular 2016 – Opus Pocus

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ST. GEORGE –The St. George Dance Company, a professional modern dance group directed by Summer Belnap Robertson, will collaborate with the Southwest Symphony in the annual “Opus Pocus Halloween Spooktacular.”

This wickedly fun performance will take place Thursday, October 27 at the Dixie State University Cox Center for the Performing Arts at 7:30 p.m.  It will feature three pieces by the St. George Dance Company set to the musical magic performed by the symphony.

Choreographer Becky Reed, who recently retired as

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Members of the 2016/2017 St. George Dance Co. Announced!

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Artistic Director:
Summer Belnap Robertson

Company Manager:
Sherlynn Davis
Principal Dancers:
Cassidee Edmunds
Bethany Gee

Core Dancers:
McKenzie Black
Agustina Bibb
Stacey Bailey
Cindy Watts
Rebekah Wainwright
Jennie Grimes
Micadyn Sanders
Sherlynn Davis

Faculty:
Sara GalloLinda Gudmundson Wilson

Makeup Design:
Staci Martin

Casting:
Monday Rehearsals
Choreography: Micadyn Sanders, Twilight
Dancers: Jennie Grimes, McKenzie Black, Cassidee Edmunds, Cindy Watts, Bethany Gee and Agustina Bibb

Thursday Rehearsals
Choreography: Becky Reed, Wicked
Dancers: Jennie Grimes, Cassidee Edmunds, Cindy Watts and Bethany Gee

Danse Macabré, Skeletons
Choreography: Jennie Jones and Cassidee

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