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But Where There’s Hope, There’s Life - Downtown Bryan Performances

Published on 1/29/2020 12:00:00 AM
Texas A&M University Dance Program and Brazos Dance Collective present the Brazos Contemporary Dance Festival (BCDF). BCDF is a festival that allows dance companies and dancers to submit works to be performed each year. This year, the performing companies include Dimensions Contemporary Ballet, Kaliopi Movement Collective, Muscle Memory Dance Theatre, Encompass Dance Collective and individual choreographers Jessica Thomas, Erica Santiago, and Samantha Scioneaux. BCDF will also include two works from TAMU Dance faculty, a group piece titled, The Poppy (Part 1&2), choreographed by Alexandra Pooley-Detwiler, and an excerpt from the evening length work premiering  April 13-16, 2020, But Where There’s Hope, There’s Life, choreographed by Carisa Armstrong and Christine Bergeron.

Performance Dates:
April 13-16, 2020
May 11-14, 2020
 
Find TAMU Dance on Facebook and follow our BCDF event for updates and ticket information. 
 
General Admission is $15/ person 

Visit hopelife.tamu.edu for more information

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