the masKed dancer!
Recommended Size 20 - 700
Programme Format On-site
Cost $2000.00 Per session
Primary Art Form - Sub-Genre Dance - Contemporary, Hip-hop/K-pop, Urban
Student Profile Primary Lower, Primary Middle, Primary Upper, Secondary Lower, ITE
Secondary Art Form - Sub-Genre -
Venue (where applicable)
Programme Synopsis the masKed dancer! – a mini-musical about friendship, determination and teamwork, all presented through music and dance! “the masKed dancer!” follows our protagonist on his journey to winning a K-Pop Dance Competition. Shy, awkward and timid, Kenneth aspires to join a K-Pop Dance Battle, and hopes to form a K-Pop Crew. He finds courage when he locates a magical K-Pop mask that blesses him with confidence and stage presence. But as the competition nears, the mask’s power fades, and Kenneth must now find new “Kourage” through his friends to win the ultimate crown! Learning Objectives: This programme will introduce students to various dance genres, danced to the hottest K-Pop tracks to ensure maximum engagement. Genres featured include Hip Hop, Street Jazz, Contemporary and Open Choreography. Students will be able to identify different elements of a musical performance. Students will be able to identify the key values discussed in the musical, including Teamwork and Friendship, as well as key competencies, including self-awareness and social awareness. Students will have a deeper understanding of K-Pop culture, and the types of music available.
Focus Areas Appreciate Arts & Culture
Point of Emphasis Not applicable
Lesson Goal #1 Appreciate and identify different dance genres
Lesson Goal #2 Acquire knowledge on elements of a musical
Lesson Goal #3 Articulate thoughts and ideas via Q&A and audience participation
Audio/Sound System, Microphone
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