Dance Concerts

K-State dance offers many performance opportunities including faculty concerts, student concerts, and community outreach and regional touring opportunities.

Dance Student Spotlight

Thursday May 4, 2023, 6:30 pm, Chapman Theatre in Nichols Hall

An informal concert for all K-State student choreographers. There is no audition for this concert, only an application. Student Spotlight may include new student choreography, works in progress, experimental works, and works which did not get shown on a faculty concert. Submissions may include works choreographed in the style of Ballet, Jazz, Modern, Tap, Hip-Hop, and other traditional world dance forms. Choreographers and dancers must be K-State students. All K-State studens and student groups are invived to participate.

To participate, Download the Dance Student Spotlight Application (pdf) Due Friday April 28, 2023. Choreographers setting more than one dance should use a separate application for each piece.

For information, contact Neil Dunn at:

Faculty Concerts

K-State Dance presents two faculty concerts each academic year, WinterDance in the fall and SpringDance in the spring, both in different performance venues, offering dancers at K-State different performance opportunities, adding to a rounded experience.


Held in Mark A. Chapman Theatre (Formerly Nichols Theatre), a "thrust" theatre in Nichols Hall, is where the dance program calls home. Experiencing WinterDance in this intimate setting is a wonderful way to come inside form the cold and warm up to a dance performance. Typically held the first weekend in December, WinterDance runs Thursday through Saturday with a matinee on Saturday.


Performed on a proscenium stage at McCain Auditorium, our local road house. Typically presented the first weekend in April, SpringDance has Friday and Saturday evening performances.

Student Concerts

Senior Concerts

Performed in Mark A. Chapman Theatre and the Purple Masque. Students may choose to produce a senior concert as one option to fulfill the Senior Project requirements for dance majors.

Run-out Performances/Community Outreach

K-State Dance is committed to sharing dance with the community and often does run out performances in the community and surrounding areas with the K-State Dance Ensemble, Contemporary Ensemble, and Tap Ensemble.

Off Campus Performances/Festivals

K-State Dance is committed to traveling to festivals off campus such as the regional festivals of the American College Dance Festival (ACDFA) and the Kansas Dance Festival.