Event Title

Cracked Foundation

Session Title

Humanities and Fine Arts

Faculty Mentor

Meg Schriffen, M.F.A., and Kelly Ozust, M.F.A.

College

College of Visual and Performing Arts

Department

Department of Theatre and Dance

Location

DIGS 114

Start Date

12-4-2019 1:00 PM

Description

My choreography, Cracked Foundation, explores the estranged relationship between a mother and daughter. It takes a look at both perspectives: a daughter feeling abandoned and in need of support in contrast to a mother who feels stuck and wants out. This piece was created and shaped due to by my personal experiences with my own mother. Even though this is my inspiration for the piece, it can appeal to anyone as a story of abandonment and estrangement.

Previously Presented/Performed?

Senior Choreography Showcase, Winthrop University, December 2018

Course Assignment

DANA 442 – Ozust

Comments

Tiffany Moss, choreographer, and Emmalee Bradley, dancer

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Cracked Foundation

DIGS 114

My choreography, Cracked Foundation, explores the estranged relationship between a mother and daughter. It takes a look at both perspectives: a daughter feeling abandoned and in need of support in contrast to a mother who feels stuck and wants out. This piece was created and shaped due to by my personal experiences with my own mother. Even though this is my inspiration for the piece, it can appeal to anyone as a story of abandonment and estrangement.