Bill T. Jones leaps to Culbreth
and choreographer Bill T. Jones expresses a range of issues
religion, death, stereotypes, gender, the body and the African
aesthetic through movement. He comes to U.Va. April 25
to give a lecture, as well as a demonstration, from 6-8 p.m. in
recognition of his innovative contributions to performing arts,
Jones has received numerous awards, including a 1994 MacArthur
visit is part of Dance Today: Steps and Commentary,
a series sponsored by several U.Va. departments and groups, including
the Campaign for Dance, the Drama
Department and the Forum
for Contemporary Thought. Tickets are $6 for students and
$12 for the public.
information, contact Sage Blaska, 982-4329 or firstname.lastname@example.org.