Storytelling through Dance
From choreography to learning various dance styles, Marietta's Dance minor is for any student interested in exploring the movement and artistry of dance.
Earning a minor in dance
The Dance minor is a 24-credit-hour program that is designed for students who wish to delve deeper into dance studies in an intellectual, creative, and practical capacity to propel them forward in career, service, and artistry.
The Dance minor encourages students to explore different aspects of theatre production through classes and productions.
Talented and dedicated faculty in the Theatre Department guide students through creative processes involved in various styles so they emerge with a broad knowledge of this artistic expression.
- Are there scholarships available for dance?
Yes. Each year, the Department hosts an audition day for incoming students. This is where you can compete for a scholarship.
- Are there performance opportunities for students?
Yes. Each year we have the Spring Dance Concert in the Friederich Theater on campus. This event allows us to showcase the incredible talents of the College's student choreographers and dancers. Dance students can also audition for Theatre Department performances.