ST. GEORGE — Dixie State University’s “Raging Red” Song and Dance Performance team will hold their Spring Performance Workshop on Saturday, April 11, at the DSU Student Activities Center (Old Gym). The all day workshop, which focuses on all aspects of performing, is for youth ages 8-18.
Attendees will be taught by “Raging Red” Director Merrilee Webb, and mentored by the talented DSU students who comprise the group. The workshop will conclude with a live show in which the children will perform what they’ve learned with “Raging Red.”
The live show is free and open to all friends and family members. The workshop is an incredibly fun and meaningful event helping children learn new skills, gain self-confidence, and experience first-hand the enriching effect of the performing arts. For more information, visit the event website or call Tyson Pulsipher at 435-652-7929.
About Raging Red
“Raging Red” is the Song and Dance Performing Team for Dixie State University. Members are selected from the DSU student body each semester through an audition process which includes, but is not limited to, singing, dancing and improvisation.
As part of the recruiting tool for DSU, “Raging Red” performs for public schools, high school, junior high and elementary, throughout Utah, Nevada, Idaho, Arizona at DSU and local community events as well as specializes in performing for and with DSU Alumni. “Raging Red” also travels internationally as performing ambassadors. The Performance Workshop is a fundraiser to help the group with international travel expenses.