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<b>FALL FORWARD:</b>  Students and faculty team up for Westmont's fall dance concert.

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FALL FORWARD: Students and faculty team up for Westmont's fall dance concert.


Westmont Dance Presents Eyes Wide Open

Catch the Fall Concert in Porter Theatre November 21-23


It’s officially autumn, which means Westmont’s fall dance concert is fast approaching. This Thursday-Saturday, November 21-23, the college’s students and faculty will join forces to present Eyes Wide Open at Westmont’s Porter Theatre. The show, which is codirected by former Paris Conservatory of Music and Dance professor Susan Alexander and Santa Barbara Dance Theater dancer Christina Sanchez, promises lots of surprises (including dance and theater pieces) in a very intimate setting. (Porter’s black box will find audience members seated on three sides of the stage.) All performances of Eyes Wide Open take place at 8 p.m. For tickets, call (805) 565-7140 or visit westmont.edu/boxoffice.

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