Dance Performance | Casper College, Wyoming

Dance Performance

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Express yourself through ballet, modern, jazz and tap, while developing skills in composition, improvisation and history.

The dance performance degree program at Casper College provides academic and intensive training in dance to prepare you for transfer to a four-year institution.

A graduate of the Casper College Associate of Arts in Dance Performance program:

  • has a strong foundation in dance history, including major trends, styles and choreographers.
  • demonstrates an understanding of performance in the four major dance genres: ballet, modern, jazz and tap.
  • has a strong understanding of the choreographic and improvisational fundamentals.
  • receives a well-rounded education that also encourages the student to develop their studies in other areas of through a variety of elective courses and performance opportunities.

Degree info

For requirements and more information about this program, view its listing in the academic catalog:

Why choose Casper College?

With the combination of hardworking and kind students, wonderful facilities, creative and challenging classes, exciting productions, and a dedicated professional faculty and staff, we believe that you have all the resources necessary to succeed.

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"I believe in dance because it helps us develop critical thinking skills as well as cognitive, kinesthetic, social, and emotional intelligence skills. My GPA went up at Casper College when I danced. I did better in my math classes because I would get the blood flowing and allow different receptors to go off," says AJ Campbell.

Read about AJ Campbell's path to a life filled with dance as a teach, coach, and choreographer.

"Dance lends itself to many different modalities whether it is work or a life passion. Aside from artistry, I find that dancers are strong at working in groups, creating support systems, and taking on leadership roles," says Aaron Wood.

Read about Aaron Wood, a CC graduate who is now an assistant professor in dance at Idaho State University and a past member of the prestigious Repertory Dance Theatre.


Theatre and Dance Department Assistant
Office: KT 102
Dean, School of Fine Arts and Humanities
Office: MU 132