By Denise Yanez
Loyola University Chicago dance students had a chance to showcase what they’ve learned over the semester in a an informal dance performance titled, “Informance.”
Students in the Modern, Jazz and Ballet dance courses each performed a song previously choreographed in class. The Friday performance also gave potential students a chance to see what they can expect to learn if they register for a dance class.
Jazz I, choreographed a dance to the popular top 40 song, Dynamite by Taio Cruz. The performance was fun and it engaged the audience. The students appeared to really enjoy themselves on stage.
“It was a lot of fun when they [two male students] came out and flexed their arms showing the word ‘Jazz’ written on their biceps,” said Andrea Parga, 20, Political Science Major and a student in the Modern dance class, “It was so fun that it didn’t even seem choreographed.”
The Department of Fine & Performing Arts hosted the performance in the Mullady Theatre.
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