Participate in acting and dance practice classes, attend diverse arts events, intern with a non-profit arts institution or individual artist, learn from a diverse group of NYC-based guest artists and present an ensemble performance piece at La MaMa, E.T.C.
401. Performance Workshop: A participatory workshop in which students interested in performance can work on expanding their expressive vocabulary and develop physical, vocal, psycho-physical skills. This course culminates in a presentation of a final ensemble performance project previewing at Trinity and then performed at La MaMa ETC. 2 course credits. Burke & staff
405. The Non-Profit Arts Organization: Students work at field study placements selected by the students with the director for a minimum of 20 hours each week. Additionally, there are weekly discussions with the director of the program about on-site work as well as lectures, readings and research projects. 1 course credit. Burke
411. Performance Analysis: In this course, students investigate ways to evaluate and discuss performance. They attend at least three performances each week and a two-hour, bi-weekly seminar. The seminar focuses on exploring ways to articulate and write about the performances they see. 2 course credits. Burke