INFORMATION FOR STUDENTS
Fall Dance Day
Are you wondering if a dance major may be for you? Curious at what level of technique class you might begin? Dance Day is an opportunity each fall semester for prospective students to sample the WKU Dance Program and see what it's all about. Participants will take classes with WKU dance faculty, meet with faculty to learn more about the curriculum, have lunch with dance majors, observe a Dance Company warm up class, and attend a mainstage dance concert. Dance Day does not replace the dance placement audition day required for students who have definitely chosen to pursue the BA in Dance. Nor is it meant for the student with no dance experience. But if you're somewhere between, wondering if the WKU Dance Program could be your new home, come give us a try.
Students should wear conservative dance attire (leotard and tights) and should bring ballet slippers, jazz shoes and have access to bare feet for the modern portion. Participants will take an intermediate/advanced level ballet barre followed by center combinations and then will be taught a jazz or modern combination.
Mara Faris dances in Re-Humanized, choreographed by Prof. Amanda Clark.