(LA) P/D/F Only
ENROLLMENT BY APPLICATION OR INTERVIEW. DEPARTMENTAL PERMISSION REQUIRED.
Sample reading list:
Copeland and Cohen, Ed., What is Dance?
Doris Humphrey, The Art of Making Dance
Joyce Morgenroth, Speaking of Dance
See instructor for complete list
Ongoing choreographic assignments (approx. 2 hours outside class/week); reading and viewing live and videotaped performances (approx. 2 hours outside classes/week); mandatory trip to NYC to view live performance; several short papers analyzing choreography and discussing dance based on readings and class work; and participation in an end of semester showing.
Papers – 30%
Problem set(s) – 30%
Other (See Instructor) – 40%
United States Travel Required
Prerequisites and Restrictions:
DAN 209 or permission of instructor. Interview with faculty for placement in composition section from April 7-18, 2014. To arrange an interview, email Professor Lazier (rlazier@) or Professor Fehlandt (fehlandt@) and send a list of any previous composition experience at Princeton..
DAN 219 is designed for students with one semester’s experience or some former training. Two two-hour classes in technique, one two-hour class in choreography. This course culminates in a studio performance and a mandatory end of semester showing, both held during last week of class in December, including the last day of class, December 12, 2014.