Cal State Fullerton’s dance program has again been selected to perform at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C., as part of the American College Dance Festival’s National Festival.
Dance majors Andrew Corpuz, Christopher Jensen, Jonathan Kim and Kevin Lopez will grace the Kennedy Center stage June 8-11 in a performance of “August,” chosen this month at the Western U.S. conference, one of 12 ACDA regional conferences. Selections are based on outstanding excellence and merit.
“This record speaks to the dedication and intensity of our students and the hard work of the entire faculty,” explains Debra Noble, professor of theatre and dance. “I am thrilled to be returning to the Kennedy Center with these incredible dancers.”
This is the fourth time in a row that Cal State Fullerton has been selected to perform at the Kennedy Center. Since 2003, Cal State Fullerton has had numerous pieces selected to perform at the Regional Gala Concert. The University’s dance program is fully accredited by the National Association of Schools of Dance with an internationally renowned faculty and award-winning students.
The National College Dance Festival highlights the outstanding quality of choreography and performance on college and university campuses throughout the nation.