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  1. Multiverse/Footnotes/Kerrytown: A Site Dance Performance

      The first-year MFA graduate student cohort from the Department of Dance at University of Michigan School of Music, Theatre & Dance invite the community to experience a provocative and celebratory site-specific dance performance in Ann Arbor’s historic Kerrytown neighborhood. The free, unticketed event is on Saturday, April 13th at 11:00AM. MULTIVERSE/FOOTNOTES/KERRYTOWN begins outside at…

  2. SMTD presents symposium and performance event focused on sexual misconduct in the performing arts

    The U-M School of Music, Theatre & Dance (SMTD) will present an event titled “Sexual and Gender-Based Misconduct Awareness and Prevention in the Performing Arts” on Tuesday, February 26 at 6 p.m. The free event is open to the entire U-M community and the public; registration is recommended through Eventbrite. It takes place in Hankinson Rehearsal…

  3. U-M’s Daring Dances launches public programming in Southeast Michigan

    Daring Dances, a curatorial program created by Clare Croft, an associate professor of dance and American culture at the University of Michigan School of Music, Theatre & Dance, announces its first public events: three upcoming performances in Detroit and Ann Arbor. According to Croft, Daring Dances offers a platform to present dance work and provide…

  4. Winter 2019 Performing Arts EXCELerator Fellows announced

    The University of Michigan’s latest cohort of Performing Arts EXCELerator Fellows have been announced. Hosted by the EXCEL Lab at the School of Music, Theatre & Dance (SMTD), this incubator program provides training, exclusive access to industry mentors, and up to $5000 in seed money for four ventures that aim to make a significant impact…

  5. The Dance Legacy Project: staging historic modern dance works

    Built for music, with its world-famous acoustics, Hill Auditorium rarely has its stage graced by dancers. Large-scale dance performances are generally reserved for the Power Center for the Performing Arts, with its versatile stage and technical sophistication. But that changed in October when the Dance Legacy Project (DLP) had its premiere performance in Hill