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Seton Hill Presents Dance Spectrum 2022 April 1, 2, and 3

The Seton Hill University Theatre & Dance Program will present Dance Spectrum 2022 on April 1 and 2 at 8:00 p.m. and April 3 at 2:00 p.m. 

Tickets are available at setonhill.edu/tickets or by contacting the Box Office at (724) 552-2929 or BoxOffice@setonhill.edu. Masks are required regardless of vaccination status.

Dance Spectrum 2022 features works choreographed by Seton Hill faculty and guest artists. 

The pieces include: 

Variations De Ballet De Raymonda

Choreographed by Girard Holt, adjunct ballet faculty.

Assistant to the Choreographer: Sage Evans of Duncansville, PA.

Performed by Alyssa Frank of New Brighton, PA; Alexis Treese of Altoona, PA; Abigail Breznak of Lititz, PA; Samantha Callen of Charleroi, PA; Melanie Frye of Greensburg, PA; Skyler Hostetler of Summerhill, PA; Kayla McCargo of North Brunswick, NJ; Paige McConlogue of Scranton, PA; Tristin Peltz-Palko of Ligionier, PA; Samantha Shaffer of Larimer, PA; Kendra Shoffstall of Bethel Park, PA; and Tess Stiffler of Penfield, NY.

Mane, Wontonara 

Choreographed by Chrisala Brown, adjunct faculty

Assistant to the Choreographer: Alexis Treese of Altoona, PA.

Performed by Abigail Breznak of Lititz, PA; Samantha Callen of Charleroi, PA; Kayla McCargo of North Brunswick, NJ; Makayla Morocco of Rockwood, PA; Carissa O’Masta of Smithton, PA; and Tess Stiffler of Penfield, NY

Rhythmic Love

Choreographed by Benjamin Belhumeur

Assistant to the Choreographer:  Paige McConlogue of Scranton, PA. 

Performed by Skyler Hostetler of Summerhill, PA; Madison Porter of Apollo, PA; Tristin Peltz-Palko of Ligonier, PA; Kendra Shoffstall of Bethel Park, PA; Samantha Shaffer of Larimer, PA; Sage Evans of Duncansville, PA; and Alyssa Frank of New Brighton, PA. 

Steppin’ Out 

Choreographed by TaMara Swank, Assistant Professor & Department Coordinator of Dance Assistants to the Choreographer: Abigail Breznak of Lititz, PA; Skyler Hostetler of Summerhill, PA; and Tess Stiffler of Penfield, NY. 

Performed by Kayla McCargo, Ava Pittman, Samantha Callen, Makayla Morocco, Melanie Frye, Sage Evans of Duncansville, PA; Paige McConlogue of Scranton, PA; Alyssa Frank of New Brighton, PA; Saffron White of Pittsburgh, PA; Alexis Treese of Altoona, PA; and Abigail Breznak of Lititz, PA. Guest Faculty/Performers: Assistant Professor of Theatre Karen Glass and John Glass; Associate Professor of Religious Studies David von Schlichten and adjunct faculty Kim von Schlichten; Assistant Professor of Art Therapy Danielle Moss; Oldriska Hock; Adjunct Ballet Faculty Girard Holt; and Assistant Professor & Department Coordinator of Dance TaMara Swank.

The student production run crew for Dance Spectrum 2022 includes Stage Manager Ella Huffman; Assistant Stage Manager and Dressers Kate McCarty and Tara Dougherty; Light/Sound Board Operator Corisa Saitta; First Hand Amanda Roberts; Costume Shop Crew Members Hadassah Cowen, Julianna Eyer, Lexie Hellinger, Kayla McCargo, Sarah Wells, and Penny Zamborsky; Production Electricians Catherine Balaban, Madison Buckley, Corisa Saitta, Tess Stiffler, and Anna Wilson; Scene Shop & Production Crew Members Julia Wingard, Isabel Papariella, Christopher Brown, Devon Young, Tara Dougherty, Tanner Maue, Mya Clay, and Gabriella Oxley; Scenic Paint and Props Crew Members Gabriel List, Tess Stiffler, McKenzie Myers, Taylor Humenay, and Minami Matsuhisa; Box Office Manager Katie Borsuk; House Manager Stacy DiPasquale; Program Cover Designer Rachel Dietsch; Box Office Members Chloe Deamer, Melanie Frye, MacKenzie Hartnett, and Tristin Peltz-Palko.

The production staff includes Artistic Director Denise Pullen; Dance Program Coordinator TaMara Swank; Technical Director and COVID Compliance Officer Caila Yates; Costume Director Lisa Leibering; Costume Shop Manager Elaine Montgomery; Director of Community Relations for the School of Visual and Performing Arts Michelle Walters; Karen Glass, Assistant Professor of Theatre, Resident Scenic Designer and Scenic Paint and Prop Supervisor; and Ken Clothier, Assistant Professor of Theatre, Lighting Designer.