Friday, October 24, 2014

BW Professor Helps Create "Spooktacular" Performance
Heidi Glynias, left, with costumer Drue Murman -Photo
A dance ensemble will show off  "thrilling" choreography by Baldwin Wallace University dance professor Heidi Glynias preceding the Cleveland Orchestra's "Halloween Spooktacular: The Haunted Orchestra" this Sunday, October 26.

Dancers from Heidi's studio, The Dance Centre in Rocky River,  will be delivering the scares and the moves in a performance, titled "A Time to Thrill," based on Michael Jackson's quintessential "Thriller" music video.

Students in Heidi's hip hop class back at BW have been getting a sneak peak at the fun this week, learning pieces of the choreography from the upcoming Severance Hall show just in time for Halloween.,AAAAQBxUNqE~,xKBGzTdiYSSRqIKPsPdkNW3W_DNtPBTa
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"A Time to Thrill" will be featured as a part of the pre-concert family activities, beginning at 2 p.m., along with a spooky costume contest, hands-on instrument demonstrations, and more.

The Cleveland Orchestra Halloween Spooktacular: The Haunted Orchestra concert begins at 3 p.m. with tickets available online.