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Auditio​n Information

Auditions for our dance productions generally occur on Thursday and/or Friday during the first week of the semester. Please check above for audition information.  

Auditioners should be dressed appropriately in dance/athletic attire and should come prepared to learn phrasework from various discipines. Auditioners need not prepare their own choreography or solo presentation. 

*NOTE: We strongly encourage all students to be enrolled in one of the SAC dance classes, specifically ballet, jazz, and/or modern dance technique. All dance classes start the first week of the semester.  

Time Commitm​​ent 

It is important that students accepted into our dance production understand the time commitment involved and possess accountability, responsibility, and a strong work ethic. Dancers are expected to practice, prepare, and be productive! 


​Rehearsals MAY take place on the following days/times:  

Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays from 2-4pm or 7-10pm
Fridays from 10:00a-12:00​​pm or 12:00p-2:00pm or 2:00p-4:00pm

A student enrolled does not necessarily need to be available for all days/times, unless available for specific roles. Students are also expected to practice the choreography and video record themselves on their own time, during a time frame called LAB (DNCE 009ABCD). 

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​Registra​​​tion Information

All dancers accepted into the dance production must register for one of the following courses:​

​For non-d​ance majors

  • DNCE 107 - Dance Concert Performance


For da​nce majors

  • DNCE 240A  - Repertory I
  • DNCE 240B  - Repertory II
  • DNCE 240C  - Repertory III
  • DNCE 240D  - Repertory IV

In ADDITION to one of the following LAB courses:​

  • DNCE 009A # - Dance Lab I
  • DNCE 009B # - Dance Lab II
  • DNCE 009C # - Dance Lab III
  • DNCE 009D​ # - Dance Lab I​V



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