Dance Performance Project
Housed within the Department of Fine and Performing Arts, Dance Performance Project is the department's dance company dedicated to artistic expression, choreography, and performance. Dance Performance Project showcases creative and entertaining dance projects within all levels of dance training and from all styles of dance and interArts for Southeastern Louisiana University, the community, and beyond. Dance Performance Project members are currently enrolled Southeastern Louisiana University students who are General Studies-Dance Concentration majors, Dance minors, or students passionately pursuing their love of dance at any level of experience. Dance Performance Project showcases 1 mainstage production and 1 informal production during each semester, Fall and Spring.
Requirements for membership: Membership is open to any student currently enrolled in dance courses at Southeastern Louisiana University at all levels of experience. Auditions are held in the Fall and Spring semesters, and all students interested in performing must attend an audition. If selected at auditions, the student must enroll in two 1-hour courses: Dance Performance Project (currently labeled Dance Ensemble DNC 106/406)) and a Dance Technique class during the semester in which the student will be a member. If a student can not enroll in a Technique class due to course conflict, the student can also be a member by working backstage doing technical work at performances both on-campus and off-campus throughout the semester.
Meeting information: Students will meet on the first Tuesday of each month in Room 153 of the Kinesiology and Health Studies Building at 3PM.
For further information, contact Skip Costa, Instructor of Dance and Faculty Advisor for Dance Performance Project, at Keith.Costa@selu.edu.