BPAC 407 Studies in Interdisciplinary Performance and Production




Students will be led through performance creation methods using a number of discipline-specific practices (Space/Place dynamics, Body-Based creating and Theatricalities) and transdisciplinary approaches (learning to think across disciplines as well as in a non-discipline specific manner). Students will work in groups using a variety of materials and media (concrete materials, digital media, analog and digital sound and light technologies, the human body, architectonic environments, found materials and “found” space). BPAC 407 culminates in a 4-week intensive final project phase in which students will carry a concept from pre-production through rehearsal and performance to post production, including marketing and administrative tasks.


BPAC 402 and BPAC 403


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