Discussion and application of choreographic principles beginning with the basics of time, space, and line. The course then moves on to more complex issues of form, style, and abstraction. Students compose movement studies for performance in class and for a studio performance at the end of the semester. Anyone interested in choreographing for Chelonia, the department’s annual dance concert, must be registered for this class or have taken it previously.
THDA 242 B1
Johnson, Christine M.