‘When the World Was Young’ March 28 at Kresge Hall

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Rockford Dance Company’s (RDC) Dancing and Acting Workshop, funded through The United Cerebral Palsy of Blackhawk Region of the Community Foundation of Northern Illinois, will culminate in a performance at 10:30 a.m., March 28, at Riverfront Museum Park’s Kresge Hall.

Steven F. Vrtol III and Sharon Smith have been conducting workshops twice a week since November 2012. Milestone and Center of Hope participants have been working separately to prepare for the performance. The two groups will join together for a rehearsal and performance of When the World Was Young. This performance will include song favorites “Circle of Friends,” “Bare Necessities” and “One World.”

The public is invited to this free event.

Established in 1973, the RDC is a nonprofit organization committed to excellence in its mission to promote the art of dance through quality performance, education and outreach programming. RDC is a pre-professional dance company and one of four resident performing organizations of the historic Coronado Theatre.

RDC’s upcoming performance, Bold Moves, will feature three dynamic premiers in one evening April 13.

Posted March 27, 2013

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