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"Arts on the Way," a series of free outdoor student performances on Monarch Way in the University Village, continues Wednesday, Sept. 28 with two performances: "Beach Farewell" and "Dream On."

The performances will begin at 6 p.m. and will be held at 44th Street and Monarch Way, behind the Ted Constant Convocation Center.

"Beach Farewell" will take a look back at beaches, past and present, with three dances that conjure up summer fun. Dance students Marilyn Marloff, Marie Rants and Elizabeth Zamer will perform Kinetoscope, Tango and Sway, respectively.

"Dream On" will be a live performance of fight choreography and a demonstration of stage combat techniques, including a breathtaking rapier and dagger piece. Audience volunteers will be led through a series of hand-to-hand stage combat techniques. Old Dominion student Matt Mozingo, a certified SAFD actor-combatant, will present his latest choreography in this sneak preview of ODU Theatre's upcoming production of "Life is a Dream," showing Nov 18- Dec 4 in the Stables Theatre.

Students from the Governor's School for the Arts are scheduled to present the following performances next month:
Oct. 5 - Jazz combo
Oct. 12 - Theater monologues/scenes
Oct. 19 - Chamber music
Oct. 26 - A collection of performance art pieces.

The size of each performance will dictate the specific location. In case of inclement weather, performances will be held inside Port City Java (at the corner of 45th Street and Monarch Way) if the size of the performance can be accommodated.

This article was posted on: September 26, 2005

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