It may seem difficult for a member of a faith that has been criticized for its patriarchal leadership structure and rhetoric about gender roles to believe such equality is possible. But, at a recent conference hosted by UVU, many members of the faith were willing to grapple with those contradictions.
Dancing the line between a rock concert in an abandoned RadioShack and a one-man musical, the production of Hedwig and the Angry Inch at An Other Theater Company is a show the likes of which has never been seen in Utah County — literally.
Historical European Martial Arts club (HEMA) students were taught a basic stunt choreography, which the Filmography Club members captured from various angles.
The production included choreography by UVU associate professors Mark Borchelt and Jamie A. Johnson, and was bookended by choreography by Jacqueline Colledge and Bill Evans. Each one of these is a major name in the dance world with roots in Utah County.
New scholarship opportunities were available for performing arts students this year in the form of a music competition.
Despite breaking expectations all year, the Wolverines fell short in their final regular season game…
“I’m worried that the administration hasn’t so far considered faculty concerns,” Christa Albrecht-Crane, an English professor said. “I’m really surprised the university statement is made without much mention of the actual work we do, which is education.”
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