Charcoal Bodies 2

Our kinetic drawing performance which is also known as “charcoal bodies”, is a performative art piece using a massive canvas, charcoal or pastels and human movement to create a work of art. Charcoal Bodies invites you to observe and participate in capturing movement on paper. You will see the creation of large-scale shapes right before your eyes! No movement or drawing experience is required, so feel free to just watch, or try it out yourself!

Date //

February 20 – 1:00 p.m.




Performance //



Faculty and Staff //

This event is brought to you by the Dance, Theatre areas of SPVA


Stacy Reischman Fletcher – Professor in Dance, Director, School of Visual and Performing Arts

Julie Hammond – Professor in Dance, Dance Program Coordinator

Leketha Hughes – Administrative Specialist

Brianna Jahn – Assistant Professor in Dance

Kelly Lester – Professor in Dance, Director, Center for Faculty Development

Katherine Moore – Assistant Teaching Professor in Dance, Junior and Senior Choreography instructor

Candice Salyers – Assistant Professor in Dance

Lauren Soutullo Smith – Assistant Teaching Professor in Dance, Repertory Dance Company Director

Sandra Wittington – Administrative Specialist


Robin Aronson – Professor of Voice and Acting

Theresa Bush– Assistant Professor of Costume Design

David Coley- Assistant Professor of Theatre, Producer

Craig Dettman– Associate Professor of Lighting and Sound Design, Production Manager

Wes Hanson– Scene Shop Supervisor

Monica Hayes– Professor of Acting, Head of Performance

Caitlyn Herzlinger– Assistant Professor of Movement and Acting

Leketha Hughes– Administrative Specialist

Kelly James-Penot– Costume Shop Supervisor; Adjunct Faculty, Costumes

Stephen Judd– Professor of Scenic Design, Head of Design and Technology

Jay Morris– Assistant Professor and Technical Director

Louis Rackoff– Professor of Directing, Head of Directing

Sandra Whittington– Administrative Specialist



This performance is made possible by:


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