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A preview into “To the Hands”: Cal Poly’s Chamber Choir and PolyPhonics Winter Showcase 

On March 12, Cal Poly’s PolyPhonics and Chamber Choir will be performing in a winter showcase called “To the Hands.” This production is different than previous productions because it will also involve participation from students in the Theatre and Dance department and from the Liberal Arts in Engineering Program (LAES) to address homelessness and the […]

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New director of Cal Poly Arts Molly Clark shares her plans for the 2022-2023 season

Molly Clark has recently been hired as the first female director of Cal Poly Arts, succeeding Steve Lerian, and she has big plans for the 2022-2023 season. “I’m keenly interested in attracting a diverse demographic into our audience and a multi generational one,” Clark said. “We have a responsibility to react to things that are happening […]

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Cal Poly’s dance program plans for a virtual winter quarter

During the spring quarter of 2020, Cal Poly’s dance department conducted its first-ever online Spring Concert, Vitalis, where choreographers came up with creative ways to mashup solo videos into one cohesive piece.  The dance program has been working virtually since the start of fall quarter, offering seven classes, some synchronous and some asynchronous, although some […]

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The show must go on: Spring dance concert goes online

In the wake of the coronavirus, campus events have been drastically modified and even canceled. Many theatre arts students in Dance Concert Practicum (DANC 341) have long awaited the annual spring dance concert. However, this spring the show will persist — online.  The theatre and dance department’s spring dance concert is produced, directed and choreographed by […]



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