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Marc Holland

Lecturer

NTID Department for Performing Arts
National Technical Institute for the Deaf

Marc Holland

Lecturer

NTID Department for Performing Arts
National Technical Institute for the Deaf

Currently Teaching

PRFN-144
3 Credits
This course provides students with a wide range of dance movement and dance vocabulary, which is created from jazz dance, hip-hop and other contemporary dance idioms. Students will experience a variety of dance form through physical movement including the styles of Bob Fosse, Michael Bennett and Frank Hatchett as well as elements of street dance, including the styles of Laurie Ann Gibson and Shane Sparks.

In the News

  • March 10, 2021

    flier for Broadway Comes to RIT.

    Broadway veterans host workshops for RIT students

    RIT students have the opportunity this spring to learn from professional artists in a series of free virtual workshops with Broadway performers and dancers. The “Broadway Comes to RIT” series will be held on Sundays, from 3 to 4:30 p.m. via Zoom.

  • November 20, 2020

    seven dancers performing on a stage.

    ‘Spoon River Anthology’ finds life at RIT

    A story written 100 years ago featuring epitaphs from dozens of deceased individuals is finding life this week as Spoon River Anthology premieres Saturday virtually on YouTube for the fall production from NTID.