Choreography is a vibrant and central element of the life of the School and enables students to become creative artists who fully contribute in the rehearsal room, whether as performers or makers. In choreography modules students learn to broaden their perspective of what choreography might consist of as well as skills and practice of creating new work. Students can choose to create substantial independent choreographic projects. Students collaborate with each other and with external partners and are given the opportunity to study how their art form interfaces with design, music or film. This interrelationship with other art forms is a strength of our choreographic approach. As performers, the students will be exposed to a variety of repertory pieces from different eras as well as new creations made specifically for them. Performances happen in a broad variety of spaces, from theatre to site specific environments.