Weekly Announcements – February 28 to March 5

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This Week: Week 7 Ballet and Technique Schedules, Administrative Notes and Reminders, Upcoming Concerts, Professional Opportunities, and Special Events.

WEEK 7 BALLET AND TECHNIQUE SCHEDULES

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ADMINISTRATIVE NOTES & REMINDERS

Important Graduation Information for Seniors!!!

Seniors, please visit the link below for important information on preparing for graduation in May:

http://www.masongross.rutgers.edu/student-services/commencement-convocation

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UPCOMING CONCERTS

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PROFESSIONAL OPPORTUNITIES

Dance Place Summer 2016 Internship 

Dance Place is seeking college students and recent graduates interested in learning how a thriving dance center operates from the inside out. The experience will enhance participants’ abilities to shape sustainable, creative careers. Interns are selected for specific departments including: technical theater, production, development, arts administration, marketing and youth development. Internships are available with housing provided, or if you are located in the DC area consider the non-housing option!

We are currently accepting applications for our Summer 2016 Internship Program. The internship would begin May 31st and end August 20th (we can be flexible with end date if applicants are still in school.) The application deadline is March 25th, no later than 6pm!

Provided is a link to our website that explains in further detail the positions we have available and how to apply. Please send all applications via email to internships@danceplace.org.

http://www.danceplace.org/get-involved/internships/

Lights! Camera! Action! 

Seeking staff for two camps below:

  • STARS ON STAGE: Performing Arts Camp geared toward children who love to sing, dance, act, and perform! Specialty teachers and counselors will guide campers in learning songs, dances, and lines in preparation for a performance.
  • NEW! BACKSTAGE PASS: Perfect for campers who love to be creative through art and design! Campers will design and create sets, costumes, props, staging and more for the Stars on Stage Performance!
The camps run June 27th through August 19th from 12-4:30pm. During every 2 week session the camps will prepare for a final performance which will be held at Summit Middle School which is across the street from our building.
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They are seeking –
Stars On Stage acting teacher
Stars On Stage singing teacher
Stars On Stage counselors (will assist in all areas)
Backstage Pass lead staff member
Backstage Pass counselors
Potential employees should send their resume and salary requirements to Jessica.Fascenelli@TheConnectionOnline.Org.
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SPECIAL EVENTS

Hysterika Jazz Dance & Gabriela Alvarado make their NYC debut! What’s next?

On Saturday, Feb. 20, Hysterika Jazz Dance–founded by Artistic Director, Barbara Angeline–premiered in New York City. “N’est-ce Pas Si Bon?” was performed by newest HJD company member and MGSA Dance alumna, Gabriela Alvarado.

HJD N'est Pas Si Bon Closeup 2 Feb 20 2016Join us for our next show!

Hysterika Jazz Dance will perform “eat Crow” in NYC on April 9 & 10. For information and tickets, go to: http://jazzchoreographyenterprises.org/jce-announces-the-the-april-2016-new-york-jazz-choreography-project/

“eat Crow” explores the relative idea of “freedom” in the 1920s, through the eyes and inspiration of Josephine Baker. This historical collaboration with the iconic Baker and 1920s jazz dance illuminates the kinesthetic and social experiences of black and white performers of that era. In Harlem dance clubs, all-black revues and all-black Broadway shows–such as the ground-breaking “Shuffle Along”–black dancers had loose, wildly sensual, unrestricted “Freedom of Body” but severely limited space to advance in the world. On Broadway stages and off, white dancers had literal and figurative “Freedom of World” but were relatively restrained in body movement, even in the “Roaring 20s”. These ideas were used as a structure to frame our exploration of Josephine Baker’s wild exhibitionism; her unpredictable mix of sensuality, comedy and loose-limbed dance; her unquenchable quest for love and the “home” that she found in the amusement, adoration and attention of black and white audiences.

HJD N'est Pas Si Bon Closeup 3 Feb 20 2016HJD N'est Pas Si Bon Closeup 1 Feb 20 2016

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To learn more please visit www.barbaraangeline.com or look for Hysterika Jazz Dance on Facebook

 

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