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Student and faculty choreographers shared personal experiences of breakups and blindness through movement and music in the fall dance concert. The Pierce College Dance Company, along with dancers from Pierce and Valley Academy of Arts and Sciences (VAAS) performed in Alert the Cul de Sac, directed by Brian Moe. The concert, which ran for three performances, featured 15 dances that students worked on for eight weeks. While most dancers auditioned for the concert at the beginning of the fall semester, two of the pieces featured the Dance Company, led by Denise Gibson. 

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