Choreography Sketch Book Vol.1

Sketching and doodling are two techniques commonly used by choreographers to design a dance sequence.

These sketches usually represent the trajectory of the dancer in the scene. A set of notations can be used to differentiate the various dance movements. The approach allows a choreographer to story board a dance using graphic symbols and figures, path mapping, numerical systems, and letter and word notations to represent human dance movement and form.