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See also Revived Kollege Kapers to Feature Live Jazz Music and Dance April 21 & 22 at Centenary

Snapshots from Kollege Kapers 2006

SHREVEPORT, LA — Centenary’s Hurley School of Music and Dance Program presented Kollege Kapers, a spirited longtime tradition, Friday, April 21 at 6 p.m. and Saturday, April 22 at 2 p.m. in Marjorie Lyons Playhouse. The show featured music of the jazz age and big band and swing eras.

Maroon Jacket member Carrie Lombardino hands out programs to the many attendees.


Dr. Doug Rust (far left) conducts the Centenary Jazz Band.


Led by Ginger Folmer (front row, second from left), the Escaped Images dancers perform a tap number to the music of George Gershwin.


Andre Pitre and Karen Massey lead off the second half of the program with 'A Couple of Swells' by Irving Berlin.


Senior Carrie Collins solos in 'Someone to Watch Over Me.'


Shelly Walker and Lily Thompson share the stage in a duet medley called 'I Like Men.'


'Big Noise from Winnetka' features drum solos by Jeremy DeLaCerda (left) and Chris Morgan (right).


The entire company turns out for the finale 'Jump, Jive.'


The performers come out on stage to take their bows.


Jeremy DeLaCerda, Amanda Geneux and Heather Nicholls mingle after the show.


Ginger Folmer (center) poses with her dance students.



Photos by: Kelsey Johnson and Lynn Stewart, Office of Public Relations

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