This project team was tasked with developing a workshop production of a narrative dance performance. Students in this project learned to fully organize a complete dance production from concept through choreography, as well as, planning for costume, set, production and music technology. The focus of this project was on the experience of developing the performance, not a full performance event. The project team staged two unproduced public performances to a limited audience to demonstrate the dance. As the team developed elements of the production, they also taught classes to children as their after-school activity. These classes of dance technique and improvisation helped the children develop discipline, hard work, perseverance, dance ethic in class, and the etiquette of being a part of an audience.
Faculty Mentor: Vladimir Stadnik
Department: Theatre and Dance
Community Partner: Cornerstone Center for the Arts
Students: Madison Baker, Esther Bower, Jacquelyn Clark, Hanna Crane, Sean Erickson, Christina Fee, Amanda Gottrich, Nicole Grossman, Carly Jerstad, Alexandria Koontz, Alexander Modlin, Nicole Popovich, Elly Rebeka, Hannah St. Aubin, Adina Stuhlman, Shannon Swift, Rachael Wieczorek