Theatre & Dance

Movement Residency & Experiential Learning

  • Kent County middle school
    Kent County middle school
    Steven G. Atkinson
  • Garnet Elementary
    Garnet Elementary
    Steven G. Atkinson
  • Garnet Elementary
    Garnet Elementary
    Steven G. Atkinson
  • Kent County high school
    Kent County high school
    Steven G. Atkinson
  • Kent County high school
    Kent County high school
    Steven G. Atkinson
  • Kent County middle school
    Kent County middle school
    Steven G. Atkinson
  • Kent County middle school
    Kent County middle school
    Steven G. Atkinson
  • Garnet Elementary
    Garnet Elementary
    Steven G. Atkinson
  • Kent County high school
    Kent County high school
    Steven G. Atkinson
February 11, 2019
In Fall 2018 the Dance Minor program launched Movement, a 12 week dance & theatre-based program for Kent County public school students.

Professor Benjamin Sterling Cannon served as director and lead teaching artist, students Caitlyn Creasy (’20) and Katie Peacock (’19) were assistant teaching artists, and Professor A.T. Moffett served as program administrator. 

Movement is an experiential learning opportunity for Theatre & Dance students to develop their teaching skills. Kent County students learned fundamental movement vocabulary from various dance genres, elements of theatre, and an introduction to choreography. Movement was created in partnership with Kent County Arts Council and Arts in Motion.

Photo credit: Steve Atkinson


Last modified on Feb. 11th at 1:02pm by Spencer Russell.