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Colby students reflect on summer activities in Theater and Dance.

Who we are and what we’re doing:

Alex Desaulniers (’11, Theater and Dance Major, Theater Focus)
– Playing Dot in “Sunday in the Park” at the Heartwood Regional Theater
– Working with Ziggurat Theatre Ensemble in Bowdoinham, ME

Maddie Kurtz (’14; Theater and Dance Major, Dance Focus)
– Internship with MVWorks, NYC (www.mvworks.org)
– Bates Dance Festival (www.batesdancefestival.org)

Meg Kruithoff (’12, T & D enthusiast)
– Now & Next Dance Mentoring Project (nownextdance.squarespace.com)

Delaney McDonough (’13, Theater and Dance Minor, Dance Focus)
– Working at a camp in Maine, but I hope to get to a few classes and performances at the Bates Dance Festival.

Ellie McGuire (’13, Theater and Dance Minor, Dance Focus)
– Doug Varone Summer Intensive
– Studying with Marcus Schulkind and taking open classes in Boston, MA

Mika Mintz (’14, Theater and Dance Minor, Dance Focus)
– Working in my home town, but I hope to attend performances and potentially some classes at the nearby Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival.

Ali Reader (’12, Theater and Dance Major, Dual Focus)
– Internship with Old Vic New Voices
– Internship with New York Fringe Festival

Jamie Suzuki (’14, Theater and Dance Major, Dance Focus)
– Staying on campus as a research assistant, but I hope to drop in on some classes at the Bates Dance Festival!

Michael Trottier (’12, Theater and Dance Major, Theater Focus)
– Brown University Theater Apprentice Program, working in their theater, taking classes, and teaching local high school students.

STAY TUNED!

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