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School Time Theatre DanceWorks Chicago

March 9, 2016 @ 12:00 pm
The Center for Rural Development
2292 US-27
Somerset, KY 42501
Dianna Winstead

School Time Theatre performance
DanceWorks Chicago
Noon (Grades 4-8)

DanceWorks ChicagoDanceWorks Chicago will energize and inspire everBODY!

With an emphasis on finding and sharing one’s voice, the dancers present a diverse program of movement and music with their highly personal approach to each dance.

This School Time Theatre performance, presented by Lake Cumberland Performing Arts in partnership with The Center, will showcase multiple movement vocabularies and styles through which choreographers express themselves.

The layer of the human voice in the soundscape accompanying the dance, whether as simple breath or a vocalist, will expose the audience to another layer of artist expression able to be articulated by the human body.

Each presentation will encourage multiple points of connection with dance and the art of self-expression as well as include a chance for conversation with the dancers.

Click here to reserve seats for the noon performance of DanceWorks Chicago. All School Time Theatre performance are open to the public. Admission is $4 per person.

Thematic Connections: Dance, Music, Communication and Language Arts, Relationships and Family/Family Ties, Interpersonal Communication, Team-Building

Core Content for Assessment: AH-(EP-12)-1.1.1; AH-(EP-12)-1.2.1; AH-(EP-12)-1.2.2; AH-(EP-12)-1.3.1; AH-(EP-12)-1.3.2; AH-(EP-12)-2.1.1; AH-(EP-12)-2.3.2; AH-(EP-12)-3.1.5; AH-(EP-12)-3.2.1; AH-(EP-12)-3.3.1; AH-(EP-12)-3.1.3; AH-(EP-12)-3.1.5; AH-(EP-12)-3.1.8  SS-EP-4.4.1  SS-04-4.4.2 SS-05-4.5.1 SS-06-2.1.1 SS-07-2.1.1 SS-08-2.1.1
Common Core State Standards: Speaking and Listening-CC.K-12.SL.2;RH.7;RI.8.7;6.SP.B.5c;6.RP.A.3b

The Kentucky Arts Council, the state arts agency, provides operating support to Lake Cumberland Performing Arts with state tax dollars and federal funding from the National Endowment for the Arts.

These performances are funded in part by a grant from South Arts with the National Endowment for the Arts and the Kentucky Arts Council.