The Scottsdale Community College (SCC) Dance Program presents Images in Motion, a dance concert performed by SCC’s two resident companies and guests on Friday, December 8 and Saturday, December 9, 2023. Images in Motion will be presented in person at the Performing Arts Center and via livestream.
In the tradition of inspiring productions, SCC dancers and guest performers will demonstrate their artistic and physical excellence through a variety of dance styles in Images in Motion. This all-ages concert will provide a thrilling evening of entertainment with performances by:
- Instinct Dancecorps, an SCC company performing works by faculty member Angela Rosenkrans, as well as guest choreographers RaShawn Hart, Torens L. Johnson, and Dana Lawton
- Fusion Dance Ensemble, an SCC company performing works by faculty members Jennifer Rhea McKusick, Jalen "Jayonce" Reyes, and Lisa Thorngren, and guest choreographer Baylie MacRae
- Guest performers from Tucson, with a work by choreographer Ana Carolina Brotons
- North Valley Arts Academies Dance at Shadow Mountain High School, a guest company performing a work by senior Vi Garza
Both guest performers are showcasing this year’s winners of SCC’s Creative Connections Choreography Competition, which is designed to bring together high school, collegiate and professional dancers.
The SCC Dance program is the largest among all Maricopa Community Colleges. Each year, SCC Dance attends the prestigious collegiate American College Dance Association Conference where it has been selected for the final gala performance numerous times since 2000. SCC offers programs in Dance and Dance Performance and Technology. Visit Visual and Performing Arts for more information.
When: Friday, December 8 and Saturday, December 9, 2023, 8:00 p.m.
Where: Scottsdale Community College Performing Arts Center, 9000 E. Chaparral Road, Scottsdale, AZ
How to Attend: To reserve in-person tickets and to register for the livestream, please visit https://bit.ly/ImagesInMotion2023. Walk-ins will be first come, first served.
Admission: Free (donations accepted)