Alyssa breaks down the options for hitting the town. And gives some surprising background on how salsero demographics interact at the club.
Posts by Alyssa Schoeneman:
Salsa in CU, Part II: Those who can, teach
There are an array of options for salsa instruction in town. A look inside the community and what it takes to learn to dance.
Salsa in CU, Part I
A portrait of CU salsa impresario Bris Mueller Garcés (we’re losing him to the big city). First of a 3-part series on salsa in CU.
Put arts and dance at the core
Alyssa argues for the importance of fine arts and dance as part of elementary school core curriculum.
Tracy McCabe and the Business of Ballet
College of Business Associate Dean leads an impassioned double life — as producer and backbone of CU Ballet
The School Dance
Alyssa goes in search of dance curricula in elementary schools. A report on those programs and people getting the kiddies to move.
Burlesque and the Pro-creative
An in-depth and personal look at the means and meaning behind Sonia Warfel’s burlesque show Voulez-vous Brûlée?
Hansel and Gretel preview
Hansel and Gretel is anything but Grimm: Neely Bruce’s new opera induces a childlike bliss.
Krannert unleashes Chekhov in Three Sisters
The Fighting Illini are out of March Madness, so check out the U of I Department of Theatre as they present their students with the ultimate challenge: Chekhov.
Why go green only on Unofficial?
Dance at Illinois and the School of Architecture team up to create an eco-friendly dance rehearsal space.