The “Technology for Live Performance” course will showcase an evening of original work created by select dance majors and entertainment technology students. Immediately following the showcase, there will be a post show talkback with the student creators, professors, and special guests from Cirque Du Soleil. It will give the audience an understanding of the COLLABORATIve process and give them a look behind the scenes.  

This highly unique collaborative course was co-created and co-taught by Alicia Guy, Associate Professor of Dance, and Don Guy, head of Entertainment Technology. the Cirque du Soleil artisans assist Professors Alicia Guy and Don Guy through the mentorship of their students’ collaborative projects.    

the "Technology for Live Performance" showcase incorporates the most current technology into live dance performance and allows dance and technology students the opportunity to conceive, choreograph, design, and produce original work. 

the dance and technology students have divided into six different groups in order to produce a unique and technical dance piece. these student pieces have been in the works for a full semester and will be presented to the public on Thursday, May 11, 2017 at 7:30pm in the musco center for the arts at chapman university. Admission is Free.