Cut the script, direct, choreograph, design a set, find the costumers, cast and star in a 30-minute adaptation of a full-length musical.
It might sound like a lot, but for juniors in the music dance theater program, this is their responsibility twice throughout the course of a semester.
The junior seminar for music dance theater students has been termed as one of the most difficult parts of their academic course work. On the first day of class students are assigned a musical with a couple of co-directors and are then let loose to bring to life a mini-musical from scratch.
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