• The Performance and Community Engagement class had the opportunity to perform at the opening celebration of CU Boulder's TREExOFFICE
    Students performing at the opening celebration of CU Boulder's TREExOFFICE
  • The Performance and Community Engagement class had the opportunity to perform at the opening celebration of CU Boulder's TREExOFFICE
    Students performing at the opening celebration of CU Boulder's TREExOFFICE
  • Students during a workshop offered at Running River Elementary
    Students during a workshop offered at Running River Elementary
  • Running River Elementary school students dancing during a workshop
    Running River Elementary school students dancing during a workshop

Performance and Community Engagement engages students in harnessing the power of performance for effecting positive social change. Students work collaboratively to create performances and workshop experiences and in-class readings provide the theoretical foundations that serve as the basis for creative work. Course is open to all forms of performance - music, dance, theatre, film, etc.

Undergraduate course (THTR 4029) and graduate course (DNCE 5048) typically meets fall and spring semesters. 

Here are some examples of the projects Performance and Community Engagement students have been involved in: