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2013-2014 Events

Panoramic Dance Project
Spring 2014 Concert

March 27 & 28, 2014 at 8PM

Titmus Theatre, Thompson Hall


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$10 Public
$8 NC State Faculty/Staff, Senior Citizen
$5 NC State Students (1 per ID) 


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The Panoramic Dance Project student dance company presents a diverse range of styles including jazz, modern, hip-hop, African and Latin. The second act of the spring program will showcase Operation Breadbasket, a three-section dance portraying its namesake Civil Rights movement. The piece will include excerpts from a filmed interview with Robert J. Brown, public relations consultant for Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and boycott negotiator. Choreographed by Willie Hinton, L.D. Burris and Panoramic Dance Project’s artistic director Tara Z. Mullins.



Teaching Civil Rights History Through Dance

Operation Breadbasket is a dance-centered project that provides a unique learning experience for dancers and audience members alike. Both creators and audiences are prompted to reflect upon the impact of an important event in American Civil Rights history.

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Panoramic Dance Company Student Members

Rebecca Anderson, junior, Psychology

Leslie Barber, sophomore, Fashion and Textile Management with a concentration in Fashion Development and Product Management

Jamie Barbuto, sophomore, Textile Engineering

Corinne Canavarro, junior, Chemistry

Euijin Alley Choo, Ph.D candidate, Computer Science

Jenna Delsignore, freshman, Business Management

John Miller IV, junior, Psychology, minor in Arts Entrepreneurship

Serena Murison, senior, Interpersonal Communication

Ashley Sartain, senior, Social Work

Natalie Seibel, senior, Art + Design, minor in Arts Entrepreneurship

Allie Sloan, senior, Industrial and Systems Engineering

Bronchez Walls, class of 2013, Psychology and Sociology

Video Production: Benjamin Scott, graduate student, Art + Design