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In this class students will use the production of comic scripts to gain an understanding of the face and body as a shape, how to exaggerate proportions, how to create rhythm and value with drawing tools and how to create situations with character. All materials will be provided.
A class for both child (12-36 months) and caregiver designed to promote water safety knowledge and develop swimming readiness. Caregiver will learn to hold and support their child properly in the water while the child will explore breath control and floating. A caregiver must join the child in the water. This class can be taken in conjunction...
For two weeks students work with senior artistic company members on staging an original play written for and performed by our campers, complete with musical numbers, and an original score. The rehearsal and performance process is enhanced by a visual art curriculum that helps campers explore the images and ideas of camp’s educational themes by creating...
Our Intensive Program classes are invitation/audition based only. Ballet Intensive Beginning Elective is an additional class available for Intensive Students in levels 1 , 2 and 3. This class will nurture dancers' ballet technique, artistry, musicality and love of movement. This class is to be taken in conjunction with weekly core ballet intensive...
Itsy Bitsy Yoga for Babies contains dozens of unique yoga postures designed to support baby's development. Each week is filled with calming, nurturing ways to enhance bonding and improve baby's sleep. Babies enjoy yoga while on their backs, tummies, or held in loving arms. For caregivers, this is a special opportunity to meet other caregivers, get...
Itsy Bitsy Yoga for Tykes combines unique toddler-friendly yoga poses with songs, stories, and games to create an enriching caregiver/child activity. Each class is personalized around tyke’s curiosities as they learn yoga through social interaction, repetition, and play. In Itsy Bitsy Yoga, toddlers and preschoolers learn how to relieve frustration,...
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Paint Nite is invading bars and restaurants near you with everything you need to create a one-of-a-kind painting. We’ll guide you and your friends through two lively hours of creativity, drinking, and laughing ‘til your cheeks hurt. The best part? You don’t have to be an artist to have an amazing time. Please Note: Be in comfortable clothing....
This class offers our very young students an introduction to music and movement. Various props and music are used to stimulate and nurture the imagination. Our aim is to instill a love for dance movement! Students must be potty trained/potty independent and age 3 by November 1, 2017.
Enjoy singing the greatest hits from the Broadway stage. Learn age-appropriate vocal techniques including singing in tune, phrasing, proper breath support and projection, while having fun! Performance for parents and friends at last day. Prior Conservatory Kids classes not required.
Live like a king for an hour each week with this engaging fairytale-themed class. Slay dragons, break magic spells, and live happily ever after as you and your classmates act out classic stories.
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Do you love learning about the past, using your imagination, and sharing adventures with your doll? This is the class for you! Come by yourself or with your doll, and join others students as you journey through fascinating chapters in American history. This class may be repeated, as each session focuses on different stories.
This wonderful Pre class offers instruction for one hour with Ballet, Tap and Jazz every week. For the entire dance year, students learn the beginning of each technique and learns the fundamentals of self confidence, friendship, retaining choreography, independence and determination. Solos are given to all students and they perform three technique...
A pre-schooler’s introduction to dance. Rhythm and movement games teach students new ways to express themselves. Students learn basic dance elements and vocabulary, space, time and body awareness, as well as dance class etiquette. Attire: shorts or sweatpants, t-shirt