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DANC 249 - Theory and Practice of Modern Dance, Spring

(2 credits)
Prerequisite: Dance experience. Students may self-select.
This course will offer intermediate-level work in the technique and performance of modern dance. It will also provide a historical overview of modern dance and some of its most influential artists, so that students gain an understanding of the origins of modern dance, its various styles and influences and how it differs from other dance forms. In addition to the art and technique of dance being practiced and performed in class, various other assignments will be required, including reading and writing assignments and critiques of video and live performances. The class is a continuation of topics addressed in DANC 248 (formerly DANP 248) but is not dependent on being taken in sequence. This course may be repeated once for credit. One hour of lecture and two hours of laboratory weekly. (Formerly DANP 249, PHED 249)