||The application of the digital computer in the field of dance choreography is a relatively unexplored area. The use of the computer in other arts is more widely known. The report describes an interactive, FORTRAN 5 UNIVAC 1108 computer which relates the angular movements of the joints of the display model to hand-drawn curves. These curves are drawn with a stylus on a graphics tablet. The pen and tablet are part of an interactive system that includes a cathode ray tube display, a digital computer, and the user himself. This program demonstrates that this method of model-manipulation is feasible.,Sponsored in part by DARPA. Personally Identifiable Information (PII) was redacted.