SRU Good News for Feb. 5, 2010
'Let's put on a show' idea includes SRU graduate's work
Alison Seidenstricker, a 2002 Slippery Rock University dance graduate, had one of her choreographies included in a recent special program at the Braverson Theater in McKees Rocks.
Seidenstricker's dance was performed as part of "Inertia," a presentation conceived by two Point Park University students, Erin Kouwe and Jami Shapiro, who reportedly took a "what if?" moment and turned it into the nonprofit organization "Three 10 Moments." The organization's first public concert was titled "Inertia" and made use of more than 70 dancers.
The two organizers solicited dance choreography for their show and included Seidenstricker's composition among those focused on contemporary works, including jazz and modern.
Seidenstricker, now with the Aseld Contemporary Dance Co., has danced with a number of New York dance companies.
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