Loosely translated to happiness, Eudaimonia can represent spiritual enlightenment, prosperity, and virtue.
Two unique pieces in this year’s concert are an all-male piece as well as a piece incorporating Middle Eastern flare with group belly dance.
The all-male piece uses “stepping” to create the music. Each dancer creates the beat with a mix of vocals, claps, and stomps.
The Middle Eastern Dance Troupe gives audiences a look into the traditional dances of the Romani (Gypsy) people.
Artistic Director Jeanne Schul created two tropical Latin pieces for the show as well.
“Eudaimonia” runs today and Friday at 8 p.m. as well as Saturday at 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. at the Rome City Auditorium, 601 Broad St. Tickets are $6 for opening night and $8 for all other performances. Tickets are available at the door.