[Socrates] fall 2012 course: Collaborative workshop in theater and dance

Eva.Fernandez at qc.cuny.edu Eva.Fernandez at qc.cuny.edu
Mon May 14 10:42:14 EDT 2012

Dear colleagues,

Please let your students know about an exciting new course in fall 2012: 
Collaborative Workshop in Theatre and Dance, co-taught by Katherine 
Profeta and Edisa Weeks with the Dept. of Drama Theatre and Dance.

Thursdays 1:40pm ? 4:30pm
Performance Box - Rathaus Hall M11
Course # - DRAM 381 or DANC 381 (registering under either number will add 
students to the same course)

Course Description: Collaborative Workshop in Theatre and Dance is a 
combined studio and seminar course that investigates the collaborative 
process and interdisciplinary work between theatre and dance. Through 
readings, videos, attending live performances, workshops, discussions, 
research and the creation of performance projects, participants will 
become familiar with artists at the forefront of merging theater and 
dance; experiment with a range of methods for creating interdisciplinary 
work; and develop analytical, writing, creative and collaborative skills. 
This course fulfills the new Synthesis requirement at Queens College, and 
is perfect for students of various majors interested in the collaborative 
process and interdisciplinary connections. 
Some prior acting or choreography experience is required.  There are a 
list of pre-reqs on CUNYfirst, however if students can show a similar 
experience acquired in a different way, they can contact the instructors 
to request a waiver.

If you have any questions, please contact Katherine 
(katherine.profeta at qc.cuny.edu) or Edisa (eweeks at qc.cuny.edu).

Best wishes,

Eva M. Fernández
Associate Professor, Linguistics & Communication Disorders  |  
Director, Center for Teaching & Learning  |  http://www.qc.cuny.edu/ctl
Queens College, City University of New York
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