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Richie Call is an actor, director, and teacher. He received his MFA in acting from Rutgers. He is an assistant professor of acting at Utah State University in Logan, Utah. New York acting credits include work for American Globe Theatre and Gorilla Rep. Regional credits include work for Mile Square Theatre, Pioneer Theatre Company, Salt Lake Acting Company, Salt Lake Shakespeare, and the Old Lyric Repertory Company.

Kathleen Flynn Gavin has studied, choreographed, and professionally performed many styles of dance.

She graduated from Rutgers University with a BFA in dance and a BA in journalism. She later completed her MFA in Dance at NYU, Tisch School of the Arts. While at Tisch, she studied Pilates under Kathy Grant. 

Rutgers Dance Camp

Rutgers Summer Dance Conservatories & Pre-Conservatory
July 17–29, 2016

07:700:234 From Jazz to Hip Hop: African American Music in the 20th Century

From Jazz to Hip Hop is designed as an exploration of the relationships between jazz and other African American musical traditions from early 1900s to the present, including blues, R&B, rock, soul and hip hop. The course focuses on the development, evolution, influence and issues of jazz music in America, an exploration that starts with the ephemeral roots of popular African American music in the folk and religious music of the 1800s.