SUMMER DANCE CAMPS 2016

2016 SUMMER DANCE CAMPS
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PIRATES & PRINCESSES CAMP

This camp is for little ones who want to have fun and learn basic dance skills. Dancers may choose to be a pirate, prince, or princess. In their class, dancers will learn a cute routine to perform at the End Show.

Dress code: pirate, prince, or princess attire. Any dance shoes, hair up.

July 11th-14th
Age 3-5yr: 11-12PM, $50 total
Free Show Thursday July 14th 12PM
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BROADWAY DANCE CAMP

Have what it takes to be on broadway? This upbeat camp is great for beginning, intermediate, and advanced dancers alike who want to have fun honing in their dance skills. Dancers will start the day taking two classes in a row. In the classes dancers will learn broadway technique, movements, and choreography. Following the classes will be rehearsal for the End Show. Dancers will learn and practice staging, choreography, and performance.

Dress Code:
For girls: Any color leotard , tan tights optional, tan jazz shoes or tan pedinis, hair in a ponytail
For boys: Any color fitted athletic top, black jazz pants, black jazz shoes

BALLET CAMP

Ballet camp is for beginning-advanced dancers who are serious about wanting to learn and work on ballet technique. Strict adherence to dress code is required. Dancers will start the day taking two classes: one ballet and one technique/strengthening. Following the classes will be rehearsal for the End Show. Dancers will learn and practice staging, choreography, and performance.

Dress code:
For girls: Black leotard, full-lengthpink tights, alignment belt, pink ballet shoes, hair in a neat bun,
For boys: White fitted top, black tights, black ballet shoes
For all: no gum, no jewelry, no accessories

CONTEMPORARY CAMP

This camp is designed for beginning-advanced dancers wanting to learn the latest contemporary. Dancers will take two classes in contemporary choreography and technique. Following the classes will be rehearsal for the End Show. Dancers will learn and practice staging, choreography, and performance.

Dress Code: any dance attire, any hairstyle