Choreography Workshop III extends students’ approaches to choreographic research by asking them to create complete works on dancers other than themselves. Students will consider how to transfer their vision to an ensemble and learn to give directives to groups that further their process. By focusing on developing an initial idea into a complete work, students will question their understanding of development and challenge themselves in new directions. Readings and viewings inform studio practice and invite students to wrestle with issues debated by today’s dance artists.
Prerequisites and Restrictions:
To secure your place in the appropriate class, email Prof. Lazier (rlazier@) between April 9-20, 2018, and list previous composition experience at Princeton. This course MUST be taken in conjunction, and in the same semester, with DAN 319B, DAN 320B, DAN 419B or DAN 420B (Dance Performance Workshop courses, additional two 2-hour classes weekly). Students receive one unit of course credit for taking both classes simultaneously.
A mandatory placement class for these Dance Performance Workshop sections will take place on Tuesday, September 11, 2018, at 3:00 p.m. in the Hearst Dance Theater at the Lewis Arts complex. Students will perform in the Princeton Dance Festival at the Berlind Theater, November 30-December 2, 2018 (mandatory). Preparations require four additional rehearsals, several costume fittings, as well as a final technical and dress rehearsal the week of the performance.