Instructor, I8, Musical Theatre (dance)

Location
Tuscaloosa
Posted
Feb 03, 2018
Institution Type
Four-Year Institution

Requisition Number: 0811202

Position Summary: Teach various levels of assorted dance classes including musical theatre styles, jazz, ballet, and possibly tap and/or contemporary styles to students in our thriving musical theatre and dance programs. Choreograph departmental productions and projects as needed.

Minimum Preferred Qualifications: Musical Theatre Job Posting Position Title: Instructor of Dance Major duties of position: Teach various levels of assorted dance classes including musical theatre styles, jazz, ballet, and possibly tap and/or contemporary styles to students in our thriving musical theatre and dance programs. Choreograph departmental productions and projects as needed. Required qualifications: Experience teaching ballet and jazz dance technique and the ability to communicate effectively with students and colleagues. Masters degree in theatre or dance or equivalent professional experience. Preferred qualifications: Professional experience as a musical theatre performer/choreographer, knowledge of current and effective practices in teaching musical theatre dance history and repertoire, and experience teaching various styles of dance technique at the university level. PhD or MFA in musical theatre or dance and collegiate teaching experience. Please provide cover letter, CV/resume, and send two letters of recommendation to: Prof. Stacy Alley University of Alabama Theatre & Dance Department Box 870239 Tuscaloosa, AL 35487

Special Instructions:

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