Pem Dance Studio
Tabitha Performance Group is a student directed dance project funded by the College’s undergraduate Self-Government Association and founded in 1999 by Emily Harney and Amanda Eicher.
Each year, the responsibility for directing the group is handed down within the Dance Program as a ‘May Day Gift’ to a rising senior or seniors who demonstrate particular interest in and talent for direction and choreography. This year two seniors, Miranda Liu and Aliza Rothstein, have created works including “jibun jishin” a quintet, exploring imbalance and control, and “Bella” a trio, exploring movement qualities and memories. The performance will also feature the piano workings of Chunan Liu ’14. Dancers include Haverford and Bryn Mawr students Lexie Sokolow BMC ’15, Emma Geering BMC ’14, Henry Elliman HC ’14, Alexandra Kirsch BMC ’14, Sarah Shaw BMC ’13, Chris Flores HC ’13, Audrey Saul HC ’12, as well as Rothstein and Liu.