Focuses on the restaging, rehearsal, and performance of significant choreography from the modern dance canon. Readings, viewings, and oral history provide context for works being staged. Culminates in a professional public performance. Credit/no-credit only. Offered: S.
This course focuses on the restaging, rehearsal and performance of significant choreography from the modern dance canon. Course objectives include: acquainting students with the process of dance production in the university setting; participating in a variety of restaging processes; embodiment of various historic dance works; deepening the understanding of modern dance history; and, providing a concert of professional performance and production values to UW students and the greater Seattle area.
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