Students participated in Patti Pace Performance Festival 

in New Orleans in February

Things that go bump in the night 

A total of eight students attended the Patti Pace Performance Festival in New Orleans, LA February 5-8, 2015. Amber Perkins, Ashley Nixon, Rebecca Farris, and Austin Hazan performed their pieces from Dr. Rebecca Kennerly’s performance class in front of approx. 100 students and faculty from schools across the country. They also participated in “Experimental Tourism” wherein they explored the less touristy parts of New Orleans on foot and created outstanding performances based on their observation

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A total of eight students attended the Patti Pace Performance Festival in New Orleans, LA February 5-8, 2015. Amber Perkins, Ashley Nixon, Rebecca Farris, and Austin Hazan performed their pieces from Dr. Rebecca Kennerly’s performance class in front of approx. 100 students and faculty from schools across the country. They also participated in “Experimental Tourism” wherein they explored the less touristy parts of New Orleans on foot and created outstanding performances based on their observation

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A total of eight students attended the Patti Pace Performance Festival in New Orleans, LA February 5-8, 2015. Amber Perkins, Ashley Nixon, Rebecca Farris, and Austin Hazan performed their pieces from Dr. Rebecca Kennerly’s performance class in front of approx. 100 students and faculty from schools across the country. They also participated in “Experimental Tourism” wherein they explored the less touristy parts of New Orleans on foot and created outstanding performances based on their observation

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A total of eight students attended the Patti Pace Performance Festival in New Orleans, LA February 5-8, 2015. Amber Perkins, Ashley Nixon, Rebecca Farris, and Austin Hazan performed their pieces from Dr. Rebecca Kennerly’s performance class in front of approx. 100 students and faculty from schools across the country. They also participated in “Experimental Tourism” wherein they explored the less touristy parts of New Orleans on foot and created outstanding performances based on their observation

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