The purpose of choreographing "Jacob Five: A Journey into the Olive Vineyard" was to artistically express a religious allegory in order to praise God as well as to bring the audience, dancers, and choreographer to a new understanding of the passage from which it was derived. The 39-minute dance was presented April 10, 1993 as a dance fireside. Following the performance, an informal discussion was held to give the audience an opportunity to respond to the dance. These comments were considered and recorded as part of the evaluation of this thesis. Both the thesis and video of "Jacob Five: A Journey into the Olive Vineyard" are available through the Brigham Young University Department of Dance.
College and Department
Fine Arts and Communications; Dance
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Behunin, Laurie, "The Choreography and Production of "Jacob Five: A Journey into the Olive Vineyard"" (1993). All Theses and Dissertations. 4516.
Modern dance, Choreography, Book of Mormon, Jacob V, Dance