Written by Jeramey Reamer
Musicians, dancers and thespians will each be taking center stage as Front Range Community College debuts its first-ever Student Performance Showcase.
This free event will feature students and faculty for an evening of music, choreography and theater. The audience can expect to see the full range of FRCC’s most talented and creative performers.
A 7 p.m. on Nov 7 and Nov 8, the Recital Room (C-1661) will be transformed into an exhibition of the arts as performers display their expertise. The showcase is sure to be a great opportunity for the Westminster community to witness the campus arts scene in full form.
Beautiful arrangements will be performed on the grand piano, while musical theater choruses will resonate through the hallways. Dance routines and guitar recitals will be among the many unique flavors of self-expression to be in the spotlight. In addition, the theater group has been working diligently on their upcoming exhibition.
“We have all enjoyed watching our scenes progress from where we started,” said Shannon McDuff, one of the theater students participating in the performance. “It has been a lot of fun working through the rehearsals.”
These dramatic and humorous scenes have been guided through the direction of Josh Robinson, Westminster campus’ theater instructor. Robinson has been working earnestly with his company of student actors by encouraging them to perform genuinely while on stage.
“This is a showcase of all the performing arts at Front Range,” said Robinson. “We want to feature all the different possibilities at this event.”
The Student Performance Showcase is sure to be an exciting evening for all who attend. Space will be limited, so be sure to arrive early to get the best seat.