DANC 150 Dance Making: Ballet
Description: This course is a practical exploration of the processes and elements used in the art of dance making in the area of Ballet. Within a workshop format, students work under close faculty supervision to research the historical masterpieces of Ballet and reinterpret them in a contemporary light. Emphasis is placed on concept creation, use of story and movement, improvisation, dance patterns, revision and refinement to develop an original dance in a fixed, repeatable form. This course is designed for dance majors and all students interested in dance and choreography. This course may be repeated three times with new choreography.
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