A dancing experience for everybody presented by Joe Ink, helping participants discover their natural impulse to move and groove. This inclusive curriculum teaches the basics of dance and choreography and demystifies the creative process, while participants experience the sensation of joyful, confident, expressive movement. People of all ages, experience, and abilities come together to be inspired, empowered, and motivated to move their bodies through dance making.
No Experience Required/Registration Required
A participating adult must accompany children under 12
$20 ($15 Playhouse Spotlight Members)
Friday 23 Sept. at 7:00 pm at the Charlotte Street Arts Centre.
You can sign up here.
Ant then there’s the Joe Ink show: 4OUR, September 24 at the Fredericton Playhouse
We are still accepting registrations for the September dance classes. Some classes are now full so please contact us to find out availability. Thank you.
For further information email: firstname.lastname@example.org or ph 455-1321
We know him and love him from summer dance camps gone by… Here’s your chance to get a little more Darryl, coming up on Sept. 10, in Saint John.
Dancers interpret animal courtship.
From the archives of the National Film Board, and shared through on-line version of The Dance Current, Ballet Adagio is a classic dance film created by Norman McLaren. Check it out here.
The Dance Current website has a wonderful video archive. Browse to your heart’s content.
And what beautiful figures these are! Jiri Kylian’s gorgeous choreography is the cornerstone of contemporary ballet.
Watch this beautiful short video by Terry Beeman. Articulation to strive for.