Weekly Announcements – March 6 to March 12

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This Week: Week 8 Ballet and Technique Schedules, Changes in Rotation Schedule, Production Hours, Administrative Notes and Reminders, Spring Break Rehearsals, Upcoming Events, NDEO Apparel, Professional Opportunities, and a Special Offer for Students.

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WEEK 8 BALLET AND TECHNIQUE SCHEDULES

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CHANGES IN ROTATION SCHEDULE

Please note the following changes starting Friday, March 11

Technique Rotation with Keith – Studio 112

Contact with Heather – Loree

Horton with Roxanne – Studio 110

 

PRODUCTION HOURS

Spring Dance and Parkinson’s production hours are now available!

Check the production bulletin board to sign up for hours with Dance and Parkinson’s SATURDAY classes. The commitment is 2 hours, 10:30AM-12:30PM, to assist in free movement/dance classes for those with Parkinson’s disease. For more information and specific Saturday dates, check http://www.masongross.rutgers.edu/dance/parkinsons. Please note this is for the Saturday classes in Nicholas 110 only.

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ADMINISTRATIVE NOTES AND REMINDERS

Mason Gross Ticket Policy

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The Mason Gross Ticket Policy can also be found under the “For Students” tab and here

MGSA Ticket Policy PDF

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SPRING BREAK REHEARSALS

Dancers in Netta Yerushalmy’s Repertory: Spring Break Rehearsals

The schedule will be:
March 13-18th
all days 10am-5pm
on 18th 11am-6pm

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UPCOMING EVENTS

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NDEO APPAREL

The window of opportunity to purchase your very own NDEO Student Organization at Rutgers University Apparel will soon be closed!
THE DEADLINE FOR PURCHASING APPAREL IS MARCH 11, 2016!
We are offering dark blue track jackets ($40) and charcoal long sleeve shirts ($20) that show off our organization’s logo as well as the National Dance Education Organization’s logo. Purchases can be made in-person or online!
For more information about how to purchase please contact us at rutgersndeo@gmail.com or visit our Rutgers NDEO Facebook page.
Please get your orders in before the opportunity passes!
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PROFESSIONAL OPPORTUNITIES

BOLSHOI BALLET ACADEMY TEACHER CERTIFICATION PROGRAM

Russian American Foundation is excited to partner with the Academy in offering this program to the professional ballet community. Participants in the program will have the opportunity to engage in a unique and authentic training program conducted by teachers from the Bolshoi Ballet Academy in Moscow. Upon its completion, educators and other members of the professional ballet community will be able to apply their new in-depth knowledge and training in the BBA Curriculum to their daily work with their own students.
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BBA TEACHER CERTIFICATION 2016 PROGRAM DATES:August 7 – August 14, 2016
Teacher Certification Program provides instruction in systematic, methodic, and holistic methods for classical dance instruction. Training will include workshops, lectures, master classes, and independent tutorials. The program’s theme, ‘Methods of Teaching Classical Dance’, is designed to combine the theoretical and practical work of generations of Academy instructors
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2016 PROGRAM TUITION: $1,950.00
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For more information please visit our website
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ARTISTS STRIVING TO END POVERTY (ASTEP)

Artists Striving to End Poverty (ASTEP) is a New York-based nonprofit that uses the arts to improve the lives of children. ASTEP’s annual Artist as Citizen Conference hosted by The Juilliard School is a six-day retreat for young leaders, ages 18-25, looking to make a difference in their communities. We bring in community organizers, international aid workers, former UN representatives and high-level artists such as Danielle Brooks, Dick Scanlan, Jonathan Groff, David Pleasant and more, and we engage in discussion, see shows together, and devise original art, all in the pursuit of finding the appropriate balance between creative fulfillment and social impact.
Please visit their website for application information. The deadline to apply is March 31st.
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SPECIAL OFFER FOR STUDENTS

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Third Rail Projects
creator of the Bessie Award-Winning and long running immersive hit Then She Fell

presents The Grand Paradise

A new immersive theater experience. A late 1970s tropical resort.

A fountain of youth that promises to quench your deepest longings.

 

New York Times Critics Pick

Time Out New York Critics Pick and ★★★★

“… the piece is a captivatingly sensual interactive adventure…this escapist world is our oyster, where each grain of sand in an hourglass has a shot at becoming a pearl.” – Adam Feldman

 

Announcing an Education Discount to

The Grand Paradise

For the month of March, individuals with a valid student or faculty ID can purchase tickets to 10:30pm weeknight shows at the discounted rate of $60!

$35 OFF

10:30 shows on Tuesdays/Wednesdays

Discount Code: TGPEDUCATION35

$50 OFF

10:30 shows on Thursdays

Discount Code: TGPEDUCATION50 

Visit www.thegrandparadise.com and use the Discount Code on check out.

Please note that you MUST show your valid student or faculty ID at the door upon check-in, along with a legal photo ID as proof of age. Anyone without these forms of ID will be turned away without refund. The Grand Paradise is open to audiences 18 and over. All other terms and restrictions apply, as listed on www.thegrandparadise.com/information.

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