Diverse dance styles shine at Fall Footholds

October 7, 2011  |   |  Comments
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Cher Anabo presents Peachy Keen at Manoa’s Fall Foothold performance, Oct. 12-16 (Photo by Reese Moriyama)

The University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa’s Department of Theatre and Dance presents its annual Fall Footholds, a dance concert of student work October 12, 13, 14 and 15 at 8 p.m. and Oct. 16 at 2 p.m. at the Earle Ernst Lab Theatre. Undergraduate and graduate student performers, choreographers, technicians and designers produce this eclectic dance concert. This yearʻs performance features works that range from contemporary choreography influenced by Pacific and Asian dance to hip-hop and modern dance.

Show highlights

  • David Heller performs intricate styles of breaking and popping
  • Mayu Ota presents a modern dance influenced by Japanese bon dancing
  • Clara Bowden-Kerby presents a fusion of Pacific Island dances
  • Devon Ishigawa performs a Chinese martial dance

Tickets for Fall Footholds are available now online or by phone (808) 944-2697. Beginning October 10, purchases may be made at the Kennedy Theatre Box Office, Monday–Friday, 10 a.m.–1 p.m. with extended hours on days of performance.

Prices are $15 regular; $14 seniors, military, UH faculty/staff; $12 students; $5 Mānoa students with a validated fall 2011 UH Mānoa photo ID. Ticket prices include all service fees. For more information or disability access, call the Kennedy Theatre Box Office at (808) 956-7655.

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