Senior Performs at Gala
Posted April 2, 2013
Margaret Kudirka, senior at Towson University, decided to choreograph and perform at Howard County Arts Council's Gala on March 23. Margaret was one of 10 competing for the Rising Stars Emerging Performing Artist Awards. Her piece was a classical ballet solo to the song "Je Ne Regrette Rien" by Edith Piaf.
Two Towson Teams Qualify for the National Debate Tournament
Posted Feb 27, 2013
Posted Nov 15, 2012
Are you a member of the Towson Dance Company? If yes, how long have you danced with the company? Any highlights to share about that experience?
I am not in the company this year, but was a member for three years, starting as a freshman. Being a part of the Towson Dance Company was far more than just another rehearsal or chance to perform. Every semester a new bond is formed between the dancers and choreographers. We build a sense of family and community with each other. We sweat together, bleed together, feed each other, and hold each other accountable for being present and on time at all rehearsals and performances. We have had amazing opportunities, like working with guest artists and choreographers. [Ailey II Artistic Director] Troy Powell set some of Ailey’s work on the company, and we’ve done [Ailey Artistic Director] Robert Battle’s own piece "Battlefield." Last semester we had the chance to perform on the Kennedy Center's Millennium Stage.
Dream role or piece you’d most like to dance:
Favorite style of dance: Modern
Posted Nov 15, 2012
Why WordBRIDGE? What made you decide to devote 3 weeks of summer to a lab workshop for nascent playwrights?
During my freshman year I started participating in Towson Theatre Lab (I am now the coordinator) and realized new play development is really awesome. When David White made the announcement about what WordBRIDGE was sometime that spring, I couldn't say no.
How many times have you participated in WordBRIDGE? What made you come back?
What was it like to be at CenterStage for the lab?
What else did you do on your summer vacation?
Any upcoming projects you're juiced about?
If you could go see a play with anyone – dead or alive – who would it be, and why? What would you take them to see?
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