Event Title

Neurosis

Accompanist

with dancers Andrea Ward, Katie-Laken Weeks, and Emmalee Bradley

Faculty Mentor

Emily Morgan, M.F.A., and Meg Schriffen, M.F.A.

College

College of Visual and Performing Arts

Department

Department of Theatre and Dance

Location

Barnes Recital Hall

Start Date

20-4-2018 3:30 PM

Description

Neurosis (meaning a mental disturbance) is a trio about what goes on in the mind of someone with extreme insecurity and depression. It depicts insecurities in one’s head as being menacing, controlling, and authoritative, due to the stress they put on an individual and the emotional instability they can cause. In order to show this contrast, dancers have different roles, one as the victim and the other two as the constant insecurities lurking behind, to which she always succumbs.

Course Assignment

DANT 301 – Schriffen

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Apr 20th, 3:30 PM

Neurosis

Barnes Recital Hall

Neurosis (meaning a mental disturbance) is a trio about what goes on in the mind of someone with extreme insecurity and depression. It depicts insecurities in one’s head as being menacing, controlling, and authoritative, due to the stress they put on an individual and the emotional instability they can cause. In order to show this contrast, dancers have different roles, one as the victim and the other two as the constant insecurities lurking behind, to which she always succumbs.