“42nd Street” at the Candlelight

The classic Broadway show 42nd Street is now at the Candlelight Dinner Playhouse. Avery Anderson got a chance to chat with the shows director and choreographer. Avery also got a chance to get a tap dance lesson from the show. “42nd Street” is now playing through June 4th. For tickets visit Candlelight Dinner Playhouse

All the right moves

All the right moves

Moving to the rhythm of a different groove is the hardest step one will ever master. On any given day the world, its inhabitants or both are attempting to pull everyone and everything in one direction. A direction that is usually their own no matter how much insistence is placed on being an individual. But […]

Dancing With Art

Angelica Daneo, with the Denver Art Museum, came by and talked about their latest exhibit, “Rhythm and Roots: Dance In American Art.” Connect with The Nightly Met online… Subscribe to The Nightly Met YouTube channel for more clips of our performers, interviews, and jokes:… Find Last Week Tonight on Facebook cause you really should: […]

MSU Denver dance classes infused with heart & sole

MSU Denver dance classes infused with heart & sole

Starting from nothing and creating an authentic work of art, MSU Denver students produced “Straight from the Sole,” a debut modern dance performance. The performance was created by students in Dance Composition II, along with MSU Denver’s dance production course. From budgeting to costuming and fundraising, the students were in charge. “The student’s literally created […]

Denver Dance Project puts on wild show with “Animal Dance”

The Denver Dance Project brought its latest performance, “Animal Dance,” to Denver’s Buntport Theater, where youth took a walk on the wild side. In the DDP’s second installation, choreographer, teacher and MSU Denver graduate, Axé Charmaine split the performance into four different parts in which the students used different types of dance to show their […]

Campus Recreation dance classes get into full swing

Students learn to tango and swing dance their way across the room in campus recreation’s partner dance class. Linda Kessel, the teacher for the recreational dance program at MSU Denver, has been dancing for most of her life. During the 1950s, when she was a young girl, social dance was very popular. “I just loved […]

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