Nov. 4-6 BFA Dance Concert

| October 14, 2010

“For Better, For Worse”

Time: 7:30 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 4, & Friday, Nov. 5; 2 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 6
Place: Stage III, Webster Hall lower level
Admission: Free; donations accepted

The senior Bachelor of Fine Arts Dance Concert features six premier works by Amber Franek and Louis Williams.

Louis Williams’ professional performing credits include “Ghosts of Versailles” and “Salome” with the Opera Theatre of St. Louis, “Ragtime” with the St.Louis Black Repertory Theater, “West Side Story” with Arrow Rock Lyceum Theatre and MUNY seasonal productions. Williams is currently a senior at Webster University where he is pursuing a BFA in Dance with a minor in Speech Communication. He is a member of the Webster University Dance Ensemble and has performed twice at the American College Dance Festival National Gala, in New York and Washington D.C. and at the Kennedy Center. He studied at the Krupinski Academy of Dance and received scholarships from the Dance Theatre of Harlem and the Alvin Ailey Dance Theatre.

Amber Franek has performed in numerous venues such as the Outback Bowl, National Dance Alliance Conference, American College Dance Festival, Atrek’s developing artist project, Webster University Dance Ensemble and Bachelor of Fine Arts concerts. Franek has been teaching at The Dance Connection for seven years and has choreographed more than a dozen pieces for their competition team.

For more info or 314-968- 7128

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