201 Eurhythmics - A course designed to aid the student in discovering that rhythm is experienced physically as well as mathematically conceived. Linear and contrapuntal rhythm within the various metric forms is studied through physical motion to acquire the feel of rhythm.
One-half credit Aschbrenner Fall & Spring Semesters
221 Anatomical Kinesiology - The muscle-skeletal system and its actions, with special reference to the fields of dance and physical education, are studied in detail. Same as Kinesiology 221.
Three credits Kiekover Fall Semester
226 Introduction to Dance Production I - This
course is designed to provide the student with an introduction to
the technology, practices, and aesthetics of lighting and sound technologies
for dance. The student will develop appropriate production vocabulary,
plus gain a basic understanding of production elements and the production
process. The student will develop a basic knowledge of production
and technology for lighting and sound, and improve his/her appreciation
for the skills and requirements necessary for successful productions.
Some attention will be given to video for dance as possible. Three
credits Alberg Fall semester
227 Introduction to Dance Production II-
This course is deigned to provide a basic introduction to three areas
of production: costumes, stage management and make-up. The student
will be introduced to the technology, vocabulary, practices and
of costume design for dance. In addition, the course will explore
the role of the stage manager and house manager as part of the
production process. Basic stage make-up for dance will be addressed.
will work within a producing group to gain basic theoretical and
practical experience. Three credits Alberg Spring semester