GW Dance Teacher to Present Work at Kennedy Center

Vladimir Angelov, an adjunct professor in GW’s dance department, will be debuting his multimedia dance and film project “TransParent” at the Kennedy Center’s Millennium Stage next week. Angelov, who has partnered with the local troupe CityDance, is the writer, director and choreographer of the work, which was chosen by the Kennedy Center’s Local Dance Commissioning Project.

“TransParent” is unique in its relationship between the dancers and also its merging of the two mediums of film and dance. The film, produced by CityDance Film Works, stars three children of company members and is set to children’s’ songs. “TransParent” shows the connections and emotions between the children and their parents. Angelov’s work will be presented twice at 6 p.m. Sept. 20 and 21 at the Millennium Stage. Admission to all daily Millennium Stage events is free.

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