Grossmont College Dance Department to present student-choreographed concert Dec. 1-3
This year’s show features 11 student choreographers presenting all new work including modern, hip hop, jazz, ballet and tap performances.
“Breaking Boundaries means pushing the envelope and breaking away from the traditional norm and students finding their voice on stage,” said David Mullen, dance professor and co-director of “Breaking Boundaries.”
Tickets cost $10 per person and can be purchased by clicking on the Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College District’s ticketing website at gcccd.universitytickets.com or in person at the theater box office, which opens at 6:30 p.m. on the evening of each performance.
Grossmont College requires that masks be worn in the theater. More information is available by calling (619) 644-7766 or by emailing Kristine Johanns at email@example.com.
Grossmont College’s Dance Department provides a supportive, nurturing environment for all students, from those seeking personal enrichment, to the professionally minded. The comprehensive dance curriculum prepares students for transfer to four-year institutions, while also providing the skills for immediate employment in the entertainment industry. With a focus on equity, inclusion and diversity, the department prepares students for artistic and academic success.
Grossmont College’s Performing & Visual Arts Center is a $44 million facility funded by East County voters through Proposition V, a $398-million bond measure approved in 2012. The facility includes a 390-seat performance hall for dance, theatre, and live music programs. It also houses the Hyde Art Gallery.
Grossmont College has served the diverse educational needs of East County and beyond since 1961. With more than 150 certificates and associate-degree programs, Grossmont College provides workforce training, career development and transferable college-level coursework. For more information, visit www.grossmont.edu.