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Of PeacocksNoon and Night concert series dances to life
Nick “Chico” Hernandez
On Oct 22, viewers young and old came to the Fine Arts Building to witness Ann Arbor Dance Works’ “A Feast of Dancers” as post of SC4’s Noon and Night Concert Series. A variety of dancers performed eight different daces for the crowd, including some solo dances. The main attendance was a mixed group of retirees from the nearby retirement home, and fifth graders from Garfield Elementary. The Garfield Elementary students were at SC4 as part of an arts program sponsored in part by Studio 1219, were they learn to work with clay and theater etiquette.
In the last 15 minutes of the show, the fith grade students were allowed to question the dancers. One student’s question was, “Does it take a lot of time to learn the dances?” This was answered by Kathryn “KC” Shonk, “Usually the dances take a lot of time. About six weeks, four hours a day. On rare occasions, two weeks for three hours a day if it’s a simple dance.”

Noie Porat said, “We all can make the choice to not do it, but we
are also required to do a certain amount of dances per semester.”
On Oct 22, viewers young and old came to the Fine Arts building to witness Ann Arbor Dance Works’ “A Feast of Dancers” as part of SC4’s Noon and Night Concert Series. A variety of dancers performed eight different dances for the crowd, including some solo dances.
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This was answered by Kathryn “KC” Shonk, “Usually the dances take a lot of time. About six weeks, four hours a day. On rare occasions, two weeks for three hours a day if it’s a simple dance.”
The main attendance was a
In the last 15 minutes of the show, the fifth grade students were allowed to question the dancers.
Another student’s question was, “Do you get to choose what you dance to?”
Dan Williams, 72 of Port Huron, said that “I enjoyed the show, even if I wasn’t really sure what was going on.”

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