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18COF0112 – Spring Dance Concert Event Page2
See event details for: Spring Dance Concert: POP

Spring Dance Concert: POP

Don’t miss this hypnotic celebration of pop-inspired dance and make it a fun night out with friends and family! RSVP to the party!

Reserve your tickets today

Tickets can be purchased and reserved for the Spring Dance Concert: POP through Ethington Theatre Box Office. General admission can be purchased through the desired show date below. Discounted tickets are available for seniors, military, GCU and GCE employees, GCU alumni, children 12 years and younger and GCU students. Please call Ethington Theatre Box Office for more information.

Show Dates:  April 12   |   April 13   |   April 14
7:30 pm Friday & Saturday | 2 pm Sunday

POP! Goes the Dance Department

Join the Ethington Dance Ensemble for an on-stage dance party inspired by pop music and popular culture. The 2018 Spring Dance Concert connects electric beats with artistic expression for a high-energy, eye-catching experience. As mash-ups of various types of dance and chart-topping tunes color the stage, you will be dancing in your seat!

RSVP to the Party!


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18COF0084 – Winter Dance Concert Event Page
See event details for: Winter Dance Concert Student Matinee

Winter Dance Concert Student Matinee

Experience the raw beauty of dance at the Ethington Dance Ensemble’s “Uncovered.” Grand Canyon University’s 2018 Winter Dance Concert exposes pure movement from various dance forms, stripped away from the trappings of the theatre. Feel the power of dance from an unencumbered point of view. Our choreographers and performers will dig deep to reveal truth about our experiences as humans.


The stage will captivate in its rarest state—uncovered. Don’t miss this expressive, unforgettable performance that will move you from deep within.


For more student matinee series visit Performances at Ethington Theatre.

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See event details for: Wind Ensemble Concert

Wind Ensemble Concert

Grand Canyon University’s College of Fine Arts and Production invites you to experience a variety of compositions, honoring a diverse group of heroes. From O Magnum Mysterium to “The Greatest Generation,” this performance will move your hearts and spirits.
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18COF0066 – Macbeth Event Page
See event details for: Macbeth – Student Matinee

Macbeth – Student Matinee

William Shakespeare’s epic tragedy “Macbeth” comes to Ethington Theater to thrill audiences with a story of royal and bloody dissension that ensues from a ruthless fight for power. Driven by blind political ambition, warrior and antagonist Macbeth rises and falls in a cold-blooded quest toward kingship. This theatrical Shakespearean theatrical drama captures how deceit and murder, without any moral restraint, ends with deadly consequences.

Unbridled Ambition. Corrupted Power. Tragic Downfall.

Macbeth, a brave Scottish general, finds himself in an unmerciful quest for the Scottish throne after receiving a prophecy from three witches that he’s destined to wear the crown. His steadfast desire to become king, along with the persuasion of his manipulative wife, Lady Macbeth, drive him to murder King Duncan. Now a tyrannical ruler, Macbeth becomes wrought with paranoia and guilt over his evil deeds. Securing his kindship consumes him and he desperately uses any means possible to eliminate potential threats to his throne. Fear and guilt also weigh on Lady Macbeth’s conscience as she loses her mind. Among the bloodshed and treachery, Macbeth and Lady Macbeth cannot escape their fatal fates.

Ethington Theatre invites you to this Shakespearean event that will have you on the edge of your seat. Registration will be available shortly!

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Ring Round the Moon
See event details for: Ring Round the Moon – Student Matinee

Ring Round the Moon – Student Matinee

“Ring Round the Moon” is a humorous, Cinderella-themed theatrical display of misguided love affairs and sly pursuits between high society and the lower class. Adapted by Christopher Fry, “Ring Round the Moon” radiates with fairy tale charm mixed with wry wit while unfolding as a comedic love story in the 1920s.

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17COF0278 – Summer Dance Intensive
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Summer Dance Intensive

Dance students are invited to a week-long overnight* camp at Grand Canyon University! Come develop your skills through instruction with fellow dancers. All classes are taught by distinguished dance faculty and guests, assisted by teacher candidates from GCU’s Dance Department.

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See event details for: Wind Ensemble Concert: Wind Dance

Wind Ensemble Concert: Wind Dance

Grand Canyon University’s College of Fine Arts and Production invites you to get swept away in the unexpected twists and turns of Wind Dance. The whirling harmonies and melodic wind gusts performed by the GCU Wind Ensemble will leave you breathless.
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2018 Spring Spotlight
See event details for: Spring Student Spotlight Dance Concert

Spring Student Spotlight Dance Concert

Support the dance department at the Spring Student Spotlight Dance Concert! Enjoy inspirational choreography performed by GCU students and celebrate the arts.

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Spring 2018 Masterworks Concert
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Masterworks Concert

Come experience a performance of sacred music, including hymns and traditional spirituals, by GCU’s Canyon Chorale and student and faculty soloists. Featured works by Ola Gjeilo include “Dark Night of the Soul” and “Luminous Night of the Soul.”

Learn more about fine arts degrees at Grand Canyon University.
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See event details for: The Good Doctor

The Good Doctor

Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Neil Simon pays tribute to famed Russian playwright Anton Chekhov by connecting a series of short plays, humorously narrated by a quirky writer representing Chekhov himself. Follow unpredictable plot twists and turns of laugh-out-loud scenes and clever comedy touched with tender moments.

TICKETS: Sept. 1 | Sept. 2 | Sept. 3 | Sept. 8 | Sept. 9 | Sept. 10

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