Entries tagged with ‘Michele Rusinko’

Homecoming Panel Explores Potential of New Laboratory Theatre

(From left to right): Panelists Michele Rusinko, Karla Leitzman '13, Jacob Korver '23, and Terena Wilkens discuss the new Gardner Laboratory Theatre. Picture Credit: Kelsey Backer During Homecoming, alumni and their families gathered in the new Rob and Judy Gardner Laboratory Theatre to listen to panelists discuss the opportunities the new space makes possible. Panelists […]

Making Dances Course Adapts, Creates Despite Pandemic

The January Term course in the Department of Theatre and Dance combined technique, theory, and creation.

Gustavus Dance Students Choreograph Alongside the Pros

Katie Rhoten '21 performs a solo choreographed by Amber Lange '20 titled "The Cost of Breathing pt. II." Photo credit: Isabel Fajardo This event has been cancelled. In this year’s spring dance concert, Partnering with Gravity: The Gustavus Dance Company in Concert, the work of senior choreographers Amber Lange ’20 and Jack Fischer ’20 will […]

Voices Coming Together as One: Realism Plays and Student Choreography

Students Jayden Luikens '19 and Lillian Kline '22 perform a scene in "Time to Get Real." This weekend the Department of Theatre and Dance will present two unique sets of performances. The first, Time to Get Real: Selections from the Classics of Modern Drama, combines different monologues, scenes, and short plays from the realism genre […]

Still We Rise Conference Explores Arts and Activism

The Still We Rise Conference brought community members together for a workshop exploring the intersection of activism and the arts.

Embodying Justice

Social justice is a main theme in this year's spring dance showcase "Falling Toward Beginning: The Gustavus Dance Company in Concert."