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Teach Me

In 2021 we produced "TEACH ME" - an educational music video about the Black influence on American Jazz Dance History. Thank you to the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council for making this possible.

Writer/Director: Rush Benson

Choreographer: Chelsea Rose

Videographer: Lucas Wells

Dancers: Emily Madigan, Anton Harrison LaMon, Brian Bose, Patrick Jeffrey, Darrius Strong and Gabrielle Abram. 

Class of '85

Secrets hidden behind high school stereotypes will be unmasked—but will the race to win Prom King and Queen be derailed? This fun romp through the 1980s celebrates the need for inclusion, acceptance, and friendship. If you liked The Breakfast Club, you will love Class of '85. 

Class of 85
Wonderland

Wonderland

Welcome to Wonderland, a premier psychiatric hospital. Dr. Knight has the difficult task of treating a man who refers to himself as a “White Rabbit” who suffers from a severe anxiety disorder, a young woman named Alice with body dysmorphia, and a Queen figure suffering from narcissistic rage.  But as the doctor digs deeply into the causes and roots of their disorders he begins to ask: what does “normal” really mean?

Frankenstein

Frankenstein

Told from author Mary Shelley's point of view, this dance theater production is a high-energy 75-minute reflection of the classic novel. Filmed at The Southern Theater in Minneapolis, critics called it "a thrilling ride" and "a gorgeous dance tribute to the woman behind the monster."

Romance

Romance: A Candlelight Cabaret

A candlelight performance featuring intersecting love stories told through dance and music.

Directed by Renee Guittar and featuring dancers Megan Carver, Heather Brockman, Ben Siglin, Brett Pederson, Rachel Seeholzer, Regina Peluso and Javan Mngrezzo. 

Seven Deadly Sins

The seven cardinal vices are related in parallel to modern life. Meet the lustful Wall Street broker, gluttonous bachelorette, greedy fashionista, envious influencer, and more. Told through an eclectic mix of dance styles and popular music, this production is sure to entertain, amuse, and challenge your perception of right and wrong.

Seven Deadly Sins

Stand By Me

 Set in a 1950s diner, our virtual presentation presents a series of love stories inspired by true events.  Featuring Collide dancers Rush Benson, Heather Brockman, Brett Pederson, Jarod Boltjes, Betsy Nelson, Regina Peluso, and Chelsea Rose. 

Stand By Me
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