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College Catalog 2017-2018
The Juilliard School
   
 
  Nov 24, 2017
 
 
    
College Catalog 2017-2018

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Juilliard Colloquium

   •  JUILL 101 — Juilliard Colloquium
   •  JUILL 102 <strong>—</strong> Essentials of Entrepreneurship in the Arts

Dance Technique

   •  DANCE B101-2 — Ballet I
   •  DANCE B103M — Men's Ballet Technique I
   •  DANCE B103W — Pointe Technique I
   •  DANCE B201-2 — Ballet II
   •  DANCE B203M — Men's Ballet Technique II
   •  DANCE B203W — Pointe Technique II
   •  DANCE B301-2 — Ballet III
   •  DANCE B303M — Men's Ballet Technique III
   •  DANCE B303W — Pointe Technique III
   •  DANCE B401-2 — Ballet IV
   •  DANCE B501-2 — Ballet V
   •  DANCE M101-2 — Modern I- Limon
   •  DANCE M103-4 — Modern I- Graham
   •  DANCE M105 — Modern (Topics)
   •  DANCE M201-2 — Modern II - Graham
   •  DANCE M203-4 — Modern II - Taylor
   •  DANCE M301-2 — Modern III - Cunningham
   •  DANCE M303-4 — Modern III - Limon
   •  DANCE M401-2 — Modern IV - Horton
   •  DANCE M403 — Modern IV -Gaga
   •  DANCE M404 — Modern IV - Guest Artists
   •  DANCE P101-2 — Classical Partnering I
   •  DANCE P103 — Partnering I -Ballroom
   •  DANCE P201-2 — Classical Partnering II
   •  DANCE P203-4 — Partnering II - Special Topics
   •  DANCE P301-2 — Classical Partnering III
   •  DANCE P303-4 — Partnering III - Contact Improv
   •  DANCE P401-2 — Partnering IV

Dance Performance and Repertory

   •  DSDAN 101-2 — Repertory, Collaborations, Performance I
   •  DSDAN 161-2 — Elements of Performing
   •  DSDAN 201-2 — Repertory, Collaborations, Performance II
   •  DSDAN 260-1 — Second-year Seminar
   •  DSDAN 301-2 — Repertory, Collaborations, Performance III
   •  DSDAN 401-2 — Repertory, Collaborations, Performance IV

Dance Studies

   •  DSDAN 100 — Alexander Technique
   •  DSDAN 111-2 — Dance Composition I
   •  DSDAN 131 — Dance History I
   •  DSDAN 132 — Dance History II
   •  DSDAN 351-2 — Anatomy/Kinesiology
   •  DSDAN 431-2 — Acting for Dancers

Music Studies for Dance

   •  THMUS 111-2D — Music Studies I for Dancers
   •  THMUS 211-2D — Music Studies II for Dancers

Stagecraft and Production for Dance

   •  DSDAN 341-2 — Stagecraft
   •  DSDAN 441-2 — Senior Production
   •  DSDAN 471-2 — Seminar for Seniors

Dance Electives

   •  DSDAN E111-2 — Voice for Dancers
   •  DSDAN E121-2 — Jazz
   •  DSDAN E131-2 — Tap (2 Levels)
   •  DSDAN E211-2 — Dance Composition II
   •  DSDAN E281 — Solo and Duet Repertory
   •  DSDAN E410 — Senior Production Choreography
   •  DSDAN E470 — Choreographers and Composers

Drama Undergraduate Studies: Acting

   •  DRAMA 101-2 — Dramatic Interpretation I
   •  DRAMA 103-4 — Dramatic Techniques I
   •  DRAMA 201-2 — Dramatic Interpretation II
   •  DRAMA 203-4 — Dramatic Techniques II
   •  DRAMA 301-2 — Dramatic Interpretation III
   •  DRAMA 303-4 — Dramatic Techniques III
   •  DRAMA 401-2 — Dramatic Interpretation IV
   •  DRAMA 403-4 — Dramatic Techniques IV

Drama Undergraduate Studies

   •  DRAMA 111-2 — Theater History
   •  DRAMA 121-2 — Prose and Poetry
   •  DRAMA 230 — Shakespeare Text I
   •  DRAMA 330 — Shakespeare Text II

Drama Graduate Studies: Acting

   •  DRAMA 611-2 — Dramatic Interpretation I
   •  DRAMA 613-4 — Dramatic Techniques I
   •  DRAMA 621-2 — Dramatic Interpretation II
   •  DRAMA 623-4 — Dramatic Techniques II
   •  DRAMA 631-2 — Dramatic Interpretation III
   •  DRAMA 633-4 — Dramatic Techniques III
   •  DRAMA 641-2 — Dramatic Interpretation IV
   •  DRAMA 643-4 — Dramatic Techniques IV

Drama Graduate Studies

   •  DRAMA H619-20 — Vibrant Traditions in American Theater
   •  DRAMA H649 — American Theater Landscape
   •  DRAMA S615-6 — Current Events and the Judicious Mind
   •  DRAMA S625 — Playwriting Techniques and Practices
   •  DRAMA S626 — Methodologies of Directing
   •  DRAMA S637 — Elements of Production and Design
   •  DRAMA S638 — Pedagogy of Drama
   •  DRAMA T617-8 — Prose and Poetry
   •  DRAMA T627 — Shakespeare Text I
   •  DRAMA T639 — Shakespeare Text II

Drama Performance Projects and the Profession (Combined)

   •  DRAMA P635-6 — Performance Projects I
   •  DRAMA P645-6 — Performance Projects II
   •  DRAMA P647-8 — Bridging the Profession
   •  DRAMA 335-6 — Performance Projects I
   •  DRAMA 445-6 — Performance Projects II
   •  DRAMA 447-8 — Bridging the Profession

Studio Lessons

   •  BNHMU 000 — Baroque Bassoon
   •  BNWMU 000 — Bassoon
   •  BSJMU 000 — Jazz Bass
   •  BTBMU 000 — Bass Trombone
   •  CLWMU 000 — Clarinet
   •  CPCMU 000 — Composition
   •  DBHMU 000 — Baroque Double Bass
   •  DBSMU 000 — Double Bass
   •  DMJMU 000 — Jazz Drums
   •  FHBMU 000 — Horn
 

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