American Dance Festival

International Choreographers Residency

Showcase  July 13.  7:00pm

at  Baldwin – Duke University- Durham


Mr. Tzu Ling Chang (Taiwan)
Ms. Yung-Li Chen (Taiwan)
Ms. Anastasia Kovenkina (Russia)
Mr. Wagner Moreira (Brazil/Germany)
Ms. Caroline Roggatz (Germany)
Ms. Alena Suslova (Russia)
Mr. Sunon Wachirawarakarn (Thailand)
Ms. Shi Jing Xin (China)

    “Timeline”- Is  here tomorrow or yesterday? 

 Three people  from different origins  leave their time period 
 to meet face to face on the stage, to create the   Performance  of  a timeline. 

Choreography by Wagner Moreira BRA/GER

Performers:Chreryl  Delostrinos , Dan Jubelier, Laura Freiburg

Cheryl’s dance education began in Seattle at Kathy’s Studio of Dance, Pacific Northwest Ballet School, and Cornish College Preparatory Dance.  She participated in the summer intensive programs of Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre, Alonzo King’s LINES Ballet, Pacific Northwest Ballet, American Ballet Theatre, Arc School of Ballet, Sonia Dawkins Segue, and Seattle Theatre Group/Dance This. Cheryl was a member of SD Prism 2 (2009-10) and was a guest dancer in Charles O. Anderson/Dance Theatre X’s performance of World Headquarters in Seattle (2010).  She is currently a junior at the University of Washington, majoring in Dance. This is her first year at the American Dance Festiva

Dan Jubelirer began dancing at the Carolina Friends School in Durham, NC in 2008. He attended the ADF Six Week School in 2010, and after an incredible summer and an exciting experience creating his own work the following year, he returned to the ADF to continue to study modern dance.  Dan will begin study as a freshman at Tufts University in the fall of 2011. 


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