Posts Categorized: Interviews ’11

2011 HU/ADF MFA Performances

Posted in 2011, Interviews '11, School '11.

Hollins University/American Dance Festival MFA candidate Dana Ruttenburg spoke with us about her research and study for this program. HU/ADF MFA candidates host numerous shows each summer, in black box theaters and creative informal venues across Duke’s East and West… read more

The HU/ADF MFA Program

Posted in Festival '11, 2011, Interviews '11.

The Hollins University/American Dance Festival MFA Program is an innovative 60-credit program that offers students an opportunity to immerse themselves for six weeks of the summer in the international, collaborative community of the American Dance Festival, followed by an intimate… read more

The ADF Three Week School

Posted in 2011, Interviews '11, School '11.

The ADF Three Week School is a program designed specifically for the training and education of dancers from the ages of 12-16. The faculty have a committed interest in working with this particular age group and are experienced and dedicated… read more

Interview with Doug Varone

Posted in Performances '11, 2011, Interviews '11.

Doug Varone talks with us about his evening length work “Chapters from a Broken Novel,” to be performed at Reynolds Industries Theater, July 11-13 at 8pm. If you missed the excerpts from “Chapters” performed at NC State’s Center Stage series… read more