Meadows School of Arts presents Spring Dance Concert
The Dance Fabric of Dallas is the Meadows Spring Dance Concert, featuring three new works by local dance artists whose individual work represents the core of Dallas dance.
The concert opens with a work by Joy Bollinger, artistic director for Bruce Wood Dance, titled A Winter’s Day, which uses music from the '60s, '70s, and '80s to explore the Vietnam War, cyclical nature of time, cultural shifts, and searching for change.
It will be followed by a piece titled Journey, choreographed by Zach Law Ingram, founder and artistic director of 6 O'Clock Dance Theatre.
The concert concludes with a work titled Pan…Them…Ic by Michelle Gibson, a choreographer and arts activist from the dance conservatory at Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts. This experimental piece deals with the global pandemic and focuses on the use of dance and art to heal.