dance

‘Goldilocks Phenomenon’ explores longing and community

The performance, senior Grace Meyers’ dance thesis, used the Goldilocks story to examine deeper human experiences.

| Managing Editor

WU dance teams maintain community despite separation

Despite the closure of campus, many of Wash. U.’s student dance groups are attempting to keep in contact and keep dancing.

Aruni Soni | Staff Writer

25 years of Irish tap: Riverdance continues to step into audience’s hearts

“Riverdance” is a song and dance show that features Irish tap dancing and haunting music.

| Senior Cadenza Editor

Black Anthology’s ‘Masquerade’ shows what’s behind the mask

This year’s Black Anthology, “Masquerade,” combined masterful writing, electric performances and enthusiastic dances to create a show that was as entertaining as it was thought-provoking.

Aruni Soni | Contributing Writer

WUDT showcases passion through the movement of storytelling

Washington University Dance Theatre (WUDT) presented an eclectic mix of dances in their annual performance this weekend titled “Coalescence,” ranging from emotionally impactful to humorous to strange.

| Senior Cadenza Editor

Swing dance social showcases continued relevance of partner dance

Jazzy tunes were roaring as dozens of dancers rock-stepped and spun their way around McMillan Cafe at the WU Swing Homecoming Dance this past Friday. I leapt headlong into the fray, asking someone who looked a little more coordinated than myself to dance.

Lydia McKelvie | Contributing Writer

Student Dance Showcase stages the variety of life

The Student Dance Showcase is an opportunity for student dancers and choreographers to team up and produce something uniquely their own.

| Senior Cadenza Editor

WUSauce workshops: Even for those with two left feet

Founded in 2004, WUSauce aims to introduce the Wash. U. community to the beauty of Latin dance when they aren’t competing in competitions.

Sabrina Spence | Staff Writer

WashU Dance Theatre showcases WU students, faculty

This year’s theme was “PastForward,” which examined the different styles and concepts of art through the ages.

| Staff Writer

WashU Urban & Hip-Hop Union shows how it’s done

For those frequently in the Danforth University Center, it’s hard to imagine Tisch Commons as anything but the site of loud, stressed, Tuesday-tea-drinking students. But thanks to Washington University’s Urban & Hip-Hop Union (WUHHU), it was turned into a lively, ’90s-themed dance floor.

Isabelle Gillman | Contributing Writer

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