Repertory Dance Theatre’s Fall Show: In Motion

          Repertory Dance Theatre or RDT is one of SSU’s largest dance groups with almost seventy dancers and choreographers. Our club is completely run by students with some assistance from our faculty advisor, Jim Morrow. Each semester we put on a show with about twenty dances which are all student choreographed. The dances range in style each semester but usually include tap, jazz, lyrical, contemporary, hip-hop, and even some musical theatre numbers.

Since September, RDT has been working on our Fall show In Motion. A lot of people, time, and money goes into producing a show each semester. In an effort to fundraise, we will be selling raffle tickets before and during our shows for a variety of prizes. Prizes include: two bruins tickets, a tastefully simple basket, a homemade afghan, an Avon bag set, a movie basket, a holiday basket, and a miscellaneous basket. It’s only $3 a ticket, $10 for five, and $20 for ten. If you’re interested, contact any member of RDT including myself, Angelina Benitez. We thank you for our support!

We will be performing in the multipurpose room of  O’Keefe at 7:30pm on Friday December 4th and Saturday December 5th and 2:00pm on Sunday December 6th. Tickets are free at the door with an SSU ID and $5 otherwise. If you are a student that finds yourself wanting to be on stage (even if you don’t have any experience), consider auditioning for RDT next semester!  If you’re interested, save the date Saturday, January 30th for our dancer auditions. If you have any questions, please contact .




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