Student Choreography 2018

Student Choreography Unit

Choreographers, as well as which dancers are in which piece, were all chosen by many different factors: dependability, preparedness, ideas, theme connection, interpersonal skills, opportunity needed, votes from classmates, stars on sheets, variety, leadership, etc. etc. etc. We want a good mix in our concert of well-prepared dances and we want you to be challenged but also have some fun!

Cluster A

Choreographer: Cass

Topic: Olympics –N&S Korea

Alyssa

Annalee

Cassidy

Kesli J.

Maddie

Mattie

Shaylee

Choreographer: Kennedi

Topic: Hunger

Harlee

Kennedi

Keslie H.

Melanie

Quincey

Choreographer: Kenz

Topic: Oppression

Brooke

Darcie

Kenz

Lex

Cluster B

Choreographer: Harlee

Topic: Positive side of Protests

Darcie

Harlee

Lex

Quincey

Choreographer: Keslie H.

Topic: Opioid/Alcohol Addiction

Alyssa

Annalee

Brooke

Kesli J.

Keslie H.

Mattie

Melanie

Choreographer: Shaylee

Topic: Kids in India

Cass

Kennedi

Kenz

Maddie

Shaylee

Cluster C

Choreographer: Alyssa

Topic: Beauty/Confidence

Alyssa

Cass

Lex

Maddie

Quincey

Choreographer: Brooke

Topic: Dreamers

Brooke

Harlee

Kennedi

Choreographer: Darcie

Topic: Religious Freedom

Annalee

Darcie

Kenz

Kesli J.

Keslie H.

Mattie

Melanie

Shaylee

Schedule: This schedule is subject to change, but will give you an idea of the time frame to learn your three dances.

Choreographers -I will be getting you more information soon, but please start solidifying your movement, music edits, formations, etc. You need to be prepared and professional as you lead your peers through your piece. Be articulate. Be aware of individual needs. Do not talk down or be patronizing. Be a good leader!

Dancers -This is a high stress time both for your choreographers, as well as for you. Please be considerate and respectful of your choreographers. You will be needing to put in some of your own time reviewing. You will also need to be patient with your choreographers and fellow dancers. Please respect the authority and the artistic ownership that your choreographers have in this process.