Summer at Cornish

Show Stopper Musical Theater Dance Intensive

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Dates/Time

July 27 –July 31, M, T, W, Th, F, 9:00am – 4:00pm

Location

Kerry Hall 300, 710 East Roy St, Seattle, WA

Registration

The price of this course is $500.00

Course registration will be avaiable on
Monday, December 22, 2014

Description

This workshop will stimulate the imagination and teach performance skills to youngsters eager to perform, or those that just want to have a great time. Daily classes in ballet, jazz, vocals, acting and tap. Imagination and confidence will grow as students push beyond their limits. Students can expect to leave the workshop with new skills in dance, improvisation, voice and character development. 

No audition required but three years of previous dance training recommended. 

There will be an open showing of scene work for families and friends held on Friday, July 31 from 3pm-4pm at Kerry Hall.

What to bring

Lunch, ballet shoes, jazz shoes, and tap shoes are recommended but not required.

Requirements & Availability

  • Ages
    9 - 12
  • Housing
    Not Available
  • Scholarships
    Not Available

Faculty

Casey Craig

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Casey is a Seattle based choreographer and performer. His choreography has been seen at Civic Light Opera, Studio East, Art’s West, Village Theatre Kidstage, The Experience Music Project (EMP) and ART/ Kentridge HS where he is the resident choreographer.

Regional performing credits include West Side Story (Baby John), Cats (Mungojerrie), Hello Dolly (Barnaby), Bye Bye Birdie (Harvey), Joseph (Benjamin), Kiss Me Kate (Paul), and Peter Pan (Peter). Casey is a proud member of Actors Equity.

Christine Juarez

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Christine is currently the Coordinator of Summer Dance for Cornish College of the Arts where she has taught ballet, pointe, creative movement and pre-ballet for the past 19 years. She also choreographs for Cornish’s pre-college apprentice company and is a fixture in children’s choreography and opera in the Seattle area. She is Director of Dance for Vashon Allied Arts and has been the Artistic Director of Blue Heron Dance Company, which she founded, for the past 13 years.

Christine splits her time running dance programming between Vashon Island and Capitol Hill. She has been teaching for over 30 years. She studied ballet with John White, Margarita De Saa in Philadelphia and Jean Pierre Bonnefoux and Jacques Cesbron at Indiana University where she earned a B.S. in Ballet and Music and a M.S in Modern Dance and Physical Sciences under the direction of Bill Evans. Christine is a master artist in residence for the state of Washington and works collaboratively with classroom teachers bringing movement to the academic curriculum. She performed extensively throughout the Midwest and East Coast and is one of the Pacific Northwest’s premier children’s choreographers.

Danela Lewis

Danela began her training at Palos Verdes Ballet in Southern California. She continued her training with summer programs at San Francisco Ballet and participated in various workshops and regional performance groups. Danela went on to perform with San Francisco Ballet, Bella Lewinski Co. and several California and Northwest regional companies. Although performing was her first love, Danela’s interest in teaching began at a young age. By the time she was 13, she was assisting in young level classes developing her understanding of teaching and sharing her love of dance.

Danela was a member of Dance Educators of America where she had the honor of working with many amazing dancers including Tatiana Riabouchinska, one of the infamous Baby Ballerinas, as well as choreographers across the United States. She has been a director for studios in California and Washington and has over 35 years of teaching experience. It has been her goal to supplement her Ballet education by studying “anatomy of movement” to prevent injury and promote proper body placement for her students. Whether her students have gone on to be professional ballet dancers, pursue dance degrees, or other career paths, all have left with a broader understanding of dance, love for the arts, and the beauty they bring to our world.

Mark Power

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Mark Wesley Power is a veteran of a wide variety of musical performance, from the brass section in the Symphony to rock-n-roll on Sunset Boulevard. He has spent years studying, training and teaching vocal technique in Los Angeles, New York City, and now in Seattle.

Locally, Power has performed and produced shows in venues such as Bainbridge Performing Arts, Studio Seven, Town Hall, SMT, Everett Performing Arts Center, Meydenbauer Center, The Triple Door, and Benaroya Hall. Over the years Power has been seen on stage performing Opera, Musical Theatre, Classical, Sacred, Pop, and Rock but considers teaching to be his greatest love and calling.