Watch: UNM Dance students perform in Hannibal

“Hannibal” 2019

Professor Donna Jewell, guest choreographer and actress with the Austrian based theater company Lawine Torren, took four dance students from UNM to perform on April 12 in the largest contemporary theater piece in the world, entitled Hannibal.

The performance takes place on a glacier south of Innsbruck and involves helicopters, skiers, BASE jumpers, dancers, actors, snowmobiles, motorcycles, snow cats and airplanes. Hannibal attracted 7,000 audience members as well as journalists from around the globe.

Watch the Hannibal video to meet the director and performers

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