More than 120 students representing nearly 40 countries will showcase traditional dances and music of their homelands in Lawrence University’s 37th annual International Cabaret.
Under the theme “Uncover Secrets of the World,” the cabaret will be performed in Stansbury Theatre of Lawrence’s Music-Drama Center April 20 at 6:30 p.m. and April 21 at 3 p.m.
Tickets, at $10 for the show, $20 for show and dinner, are available at the Warch Campus Center information desk, 920-832-6837. Children under age four receive free admission.
“The international students at Lawrence always look forward to the opportunity to share part of our homeland heritage and traditions with the campus and Fox Cities communities,” said junior Vicky Jhong Chung of Peru, president of Lawrence International. “Cabaret provides an ideal venue to showcase our diversity.”
The event features more than a dozen acts providing entertainment from around the world, including:
• a fashion show displaying traditional dress from the countries represented
• Japanese traditional dance
• Latin dance
• Vietnamese Fan Dance
• Israeli Dance
• Brazilian song
• Chinese long-sleeve dance
• Balinese dance
• Aztec dance
• Pakistani dance
• Bollywood dance
• Gangnam style dance
• Tanzanian song
• Indian dance solo
• Music by the Sambistas, an Afro-Cuban percussionist, West African drums
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