Course Information: Dance Theory  (50228)

This course is an exploration of contemporary theories of movement as they relate to dance and how those theories shaped that development of different dance technique. The course also looks at the impact ballet had on dance and the development of different dance forms that were derived from ballet. Students study the theory behind Horton Technique, Graham Technique, Dunham Technique, as well as other techniques. This class will consist mainly of lecture, with some laboratory. Prerequisites: DNCE 2501 and DNCE 3501

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Pre-Requisite:   (( (DNCE 2501 with minimum grade: TRC )
OR ( DNCE 2501 with minimum grade: C) )
AND ( (DNCE 3501 with minimum grade: TRC )
OR ( DNCE 3501 with minimum grade: C) ))
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