$13 for adults, $10 for seniors, $7 for students, faculty & staff
The concert includes the premiere of two new works created for SMU students, including one by alumnus Joshua Peugh, the founder and artistic director of Dark Circles Contemporary Dance. Visiting Artist-in-Residence John Selya will premiere an extremely physical yet psychological new work depicting one man’s struggle to stay on course, based on Tom Stoppard’s radio play Darkside and the music of Pink Floyd. Also featured will be faculty member Danny Buraczeski’s acclaimed 1999 piece Ezekiel’s Wheel, inspired by the life and work of author and Civil Rights activist James Baldwin.
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