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Stavinsky’s “Soldier’s Tale” gets star treatment at APSU

Russian composer Igor Stravinsky’s extraordinary musical/theatrical/dance work “The Soldier’s Tale” will receive star treatment in a one night only performance at the Music/Mass Communication Bldg. Concert Hall
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Dancing with the stars swings into Clarksville

Months of preparation will come together on February 18th at 7 p.m. in the APSU Mass Communications Building. This annual fundraiser brings together local celebrities and dancing professionals for an evening of stellar enterta...
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33rd annual Oktoberfest comes to Clarksville Speedway

The Edelweiss Club's 33rd Annual Oktoberfest will be held at Clarksville Speedway, 1600 Needmore Road, on October 4-5.
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Dance your way to Christmas with “The Nutcracker’

The Nutcracker comes to select cinemas nationwide on Tuesday, December 17 at 7:00 p.m. (local time) in a special one night event.
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Stellar theatre, dance performers slated for APSU arts performances

In addition to the Second City touring group, the Acuff Chair series will host actor Anthony Zerbe, Performance Artist Tim Miller, Eco-Dance co-founder Sarah Hass, Rachel Keebler of Cobalt Scene Painting Studio in New York, a...
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“Medellin Dreams” to be performed at APSU

Marcus Hayes has choreographed an Afro-Colombian dance based on his research; that work, “Medellín Dreams,” will be performed during the APSU Department of Theatre and Dance’s Eighth Annual Spring Dance Concert Feb. 19-23.
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Veteran J.R. Martinez ties the top of the list on DWTS

J.R. Martinez and Karina Smirnoff survived the premiere to dance another day -- next week, in fact. The Martinex/Smirnoff team tied for second place (22 out of 30 points) for their elegant and romantic Viennese Waltz on ABC's ...
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