WAVING WOMEN: Wellesley College’s Korean Fan Dance team performs a dance evoking nature.
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CONFLICTING COUPLES: Astrachan ’19, Nail ’18 and Child ’19 play friends struggling with careers, relationships and the boundaries of reality.
MEN OF MIRRORS: Fred (Abram Foster ’19) discusses his emotions while his family stands behind him.
FRENCH FROCKS: A model styles a golden gown on the runway.
POWERFUL PERFORMANCE: Jessie Gedallovich ’20 presents a powerful monologue.
MONOLOGUING MAVENS: Alina Shirley ’19 monologues in the final event of the evening.
PURPLE PALETTES: Two students model chic styles on the runway.
HANDS UP: Jai Wolf is a lively stage presence in the ICC 25th anniversary celebration this past weekend.
SPICING IT UP WITH SAX: Masego wowed the crowd with innovative music, specifically including the saxophone in their work.
GETTIN’ THE GIRL: Willard Hewitt (Max Ozer-Staton ’20) dances, despite being awkward, to win Rocky’s (Emily Arkin ’20) affection.
PREACHING TO THE CHOIR: Ren (Justin Chimoff ’20) uses bible verse to convince Reverend Moore (Bryan McNamara ’19) that dancing is not a sin.
‘LUNA’: Jamie Semel’s ’17 thesis told the story of environmentalist Julia Butterfly Hill through folktale.
‘TAKING AGES’: Andrew Agress’s ’17 thesis told a humorous misremembered history from the perspective of a future historian.
COORDINATED STOMPING: Dancers move in a unit adding to the drama of their movements.
REACHING IN RED: Dancers perform in “Devotion,” an elegant dance that involved group formations by the dancers.
Alice and Dinah: Alice (Talia Bornstein ’19) leads the audience through Wonderland under the impression that the audience is her cat, Dinah.
AWARD WINNERS: Sundeis gave out awards for best film in various different genres.