When a new musical calls for dance, choreographers work with dance arrangers — the people who craft the music for dance sequences — to create wholly original material, much of which can come to define how the story is told. Join music director Andrea Grody ‘11 (The Band’s Visit, Tootsie) and choreographer Barry Busby (Tootsie, Holiday Inn, Honeymoon in Vegas) to create a brand-new dance arrangement in real time and to learn more about this unsung phase of the musical theatre development process.
For composers, directors, choreographers, performers, music directors, orchestrators, and anyone interested in the combination of music, dance, and theater.
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