Creativity in dance is most commonly conceptualised in terms of movement outcomes, including, in finished choreography, choice of movement or expression in performance, or as a result of creative movement tasks. Creativity is, though, a broad, complex, multi-faceted, and nebulous concept that can be conceptualised in many ways, including in dance. We always seek for a teaching and conceptual based learning to perform on that level. An Auditorium gives a chance and platform through which students and the artists perform their artistic insight.It can equally be given life in a new teaching strategy or curriculum, or as a new way to approach towards our goals which we seek to achieve , a means to an end, or an end in itself. It is always bound by context, time and place, and personal knowledge, prejudices, and values.
In the teaching and learning of creative dance technique constraints are often generated by the dance genre itself, usually implicitly through history and tradition. Those traditions and cultures often dictate how to perform such kind of classical dance forms . By adopting the notion of constructive creativity and technique can be partners in the performing of different creative aspects.
The adjective “constructive” entails such connotations as being open to all ideas and experiences. Constructive creativity does not focus only on creative outcomes, but, rather, highlights the importance of building creative behaviours and minds and encouraging creative attributes, such as critical thinking, not the least through personal expression, personal discovery, and personal construction of personal knowledge.
Personal experience related to dance and drama especially during, plays a major role in determining artistic beliefs, values, and understandings. Research suggests that by adopting an interactive and experiential approach, and engaging students in reflection, enquiry, critical thinking, and problem solving, all important elements in the creative process, teachers can encourage them to be daring, adventurous, independent thinking, and self-motivated expressive artists rather than movement machines.
The arts, including dance, are often considered inherently creative. It is said that creativity is the heart of dance.
Creativity is, though, a very complicated term, and a complex and multifaceted term which can be achieved through working hard over self development.It takes on a multiplicity of meanings in different contexts. While everyone recognises it when they see it, making any satisfactory general definition is inherently difficult. It’s been described in many ways and from many perspectives, and while there is a consensus about many of its features, such as the outcomes of creativity having to be new and appropriate, much disagreement remains. Arriving at a definition that covers all the bases is highly problematic. Even the word “new” presents problems. Creativity among students can be refined in the form of positivity and motivation objectives.A truly universal definition of dance must, therefore, return to the fundamental principle that dance is an art form or activity that utilizes the body and the range of movement of which the body is capable.