Dance 260

DNCE 260: Production Participation

Prerequisites: Approval of Dance Department faculty.

Credit Hours: (1)

Provides students with an experiential application of the principles of theatrical production and its related fields. Typical experiences will include but not be limited to: dance performance, costume production, lighting implementation, publicity, scenic production, stage managing, and sound production. This course is intended for students who wish to combine their classroom learning with practical experience through participation in closely supervised projects.

Note(s): May be taken multiple times for credit.


Detailed Description of Content of Course

The purpose of the course is to expose the student to the practices involved in dance production with an emphasis on actual production learning experiences:

1. Production preparation
2. Rehearsals
3. Stage performances


Detailed Description of Conduct of Course

A professional approach in which the students of dance develop and exhibit skills in the area of dance production and performance through practical application and rehearsal resulting in public presentation.


Goals and Objectives of the Course

At the conclusion of the course, the student will be able to demonstrate the basic application of practices involved in dance production.


Assessment Measures

Assessment measures include direct observation, presentation of projects, regular attendance at rehearsals, and evaluation of performance/production skills as displayed in performance settings.


Other Course Information


Review and Approval

Revised April, 2009