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The College of Marin Dance Department presents their annual spring dance concert, Shift

Shift poster

Alan Scofield’s
Ven a Bailar is a jazz piece with a Latin flair and his Limon Tribute, a tribute to Jose Limon for his contributions to the splendor and spirit of the art of dance.

Kristi Kuhn’s And the Beat Goes On infuses music from The Glitch Mob with percussion and visual effects.

David Jones’ Catch the Wind depicts love as a butterfly that comes and sits on your shoulder, and the bold Stand begs the boat to be rocked.

Sandra Tanner’s The Absinthe Hour is where patrons meet to partake of the green elixir’s promised effects of inspiration and a freer state of mind; and to escape into the sanctuary of the surreal.

Deborah Graham and her dancers explore the loss of the American Dream in The Centre Cannot Hold, a piece inspired by W. B. Yeats’ poem “The Second Coming”.

Choreography by the COM dance faculty with production design by e. “Ernie” Ernstrom.

Fridays and Saturdays, March 31 and 31, and April 6 and 7, at 8 p.m.

Kentfield Campus, Performing Arts Theatre

Tickets are $15 general, $10 for students and seniors

BOX OFFICE: 415.485.9385

Robin Jackson, Production Technician,
415.485.9555 or



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