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You are required to see ONE of the performances listed above. Please submit your ticket stub, program, and voucher (distributed at the end of the performance) to receive credit for this assignment worth 10% of your grade. After you attend a performance, you will be required to post questions and responses on the discussion board. Guidelines will be provided. All performances listed are $5 with your OWLcard. You can purchase tickets at the door, but purchasing tickets in advance is recommended because many performances are sold out. You can purchase additional tickets for non-Temple student attendees for $20 general admission/ $15 students and senior citizens/ $10 with Dance USA Philadelphia Dance Pass Describing Dance Adapted from DANCE WATCHING/WRITING TIPS written by Brian McCormick What do you see? What is the first image in the dance? What is the last image? Describe the people and what they are doing—verbs are the language of dance.
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  • Spring '11
  • Hooper
  • Brian McCormick, Dance USA Philadelphia, DANCE WATCHING/WRITING TIPS, non-Temple student attendees, Duet/ Trio/ Ensemble

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