Continental Ballet Company is celebrating its 25th Anniversary season with two great ballets. All performances at the Bloomington Center for the Arts. For tickets call 952-563-8562 or visit online at www.continentalballet.com
Giselle ~ March 16 and 23 at 7:30 PM
Coppelia ~ March 17 and 24 at 3:00 PM
Contact: Genevieve Spooner, email@example.com
1,001 Buddhas: Journey of the Gods is inspired by twenty-eight Hindu deities that guard the 1,001 Buddhist statues of the Sanjusangendo temple in Kyoto, Japan. The myriad histories and energies of these gods and goddesses bring to the modern stage a vision that traverses the scope of spiritual experience, from the intimate to the infinite.
A dynamic score by commissioned artists Wadaiko Ensemble Tokara of Nagano, Japan (taiko drums), Kalamandalam Unnikrishnan of New Dehli, India (chenda drum), Rajna Swaminathan (mridangam drum), Lalit Subramanian (vocal) and Anjna Swaminathan (violin) conjures a mythic world where dance, music, and ceremony converge.
Ragamala's Silk Road Social
Annual Fundraising gala
Come for the performance, stay for the party! On Sunday, March 24, Ragamala invites you to the Silk Road Social, a chance to have bites of Indian and Japanese inspired fare by World Street Kitchen, chat with friends, shop the silent auction full of one-of-a-kind items, and mingle with the artists. Attendees will also receive premium seating for the performance of 1,001 Buddhas.
Contact: Ashwini Ramaswamy, firstname.lastname@example.org
Focusing on the extraordinary costumes that Comme des Garçons founder Rei Kawakubo created for Merce Cunningham’s 1997 dance Scenario, this exhibition explores the collaboration between the Japanese fashion designer and the legendary choreographer.
Camille LeFevre writes about the collaboration and its result at
http://www.mnartists.org/article.do?rid=328432, noting that "curator Betsy Carpenter has marvelously accomplished the difficult, if not near-impossible task of transforming once-animate but now-static artifacts into engaging encounters with captured ephemera."
» more information at
Contact: Andrea Brown, email@example.com
8:00 PM (7:00 doors)
$6-15 (sliding scale)
1. Nick LeMere and Emily King
2. Bob Eisen with Tara King, Jennifer Mack, Betsy Schaefer, Marisha Erickson, Jeffrey Berger, Christine Hiatt, Lana Shtilman and more.
3. Rachel Sigrid Freeburg
Bryant Lake Bowl Cabaret Theater
810 W Lake St
Minneapolis, MN 55408-2846
BLB Ticketline: 612-825-8949 for reservations
Full-service restaurant and bar in theater
In its ninth year, 9x22 Dance/Lab features unfettered dance exploration. A discussion moderated by choreographer/curator Laurie Van Wieren follows each piece, giving audience and choreographer alike the opportunity to react and explore the work together. 9x22 Dance/Lab was founded in August 2003. Each month, three choreographers show work of varying styles and experience. 9x22 has become known as a place where seasoned and new choreographers can present their work and discuss it with an informed, interested audience.
Contact: Laurie Van Wieren Projects, firstname.lastname@example.org
Sage Award honoree Shapiro & Smith Dance will return to The Cowles Center to present their 26th season. Recognized for “Outstanding Performance” for their 25th Anniversary retrospective Voices, Shapiro & Smith Dance will present two premieres and engage an impressive roster of guest artists to reinvent literary characters in their upcoming performance, Jack and The Ophelias.
Twin Cities dance luminaries Judith Howard, Erin Thompson and Nic Lincoln will perform alongside Shapiro & Smith Dance company veterans in new works choreographed by Smith, recipient of City Pages 2011 Artist of the Year distinction.
Tickets: $28 (fees included)
http://www.thecowlescenter.org or 612.206.3600
Contact: Andrea Tonsfeldt, email@example.com
The Christopher Watson Dance Company is hosting another Dance and Desserts! Join us for this fundraiser Saturday, March 30 from 7-9 pm at Ballare Teatro Center for Performing Arts, 4259 Minnehaha Avenue, Minneapolis, and meet our new company members Justin Carlson, Jonathan Ciccarelli, and Catlin Henderson.
Dance & Desserts is an informal studio showing of repertory dances and sections of a new work the company is creating. Christopher and the dancers will introduce the pieces on the program and talk about the process of creating the new work. Following the showing enjoy desserts, drinks and conversation.
Admission is $10 in advance and $15 at the door.
Space is limited.
Order tickets through Eventbrite at: http://cwdc-efbevent.eventbrite.com
Call 612.670.0839 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact: Christopher Watson, email@example.com
Celebrate 30 Years of Passion
Zenon's 30th Anniversary Benefit
Monday, April 1, 2013 | 6-10pm
Join us for an exclusive evening!
Enjoy a delightful meal with paired wines, a scintillating preview performance of Zenon's 30th Spring Season, and exciting silent and live auctions. Admission includes one complimentary ticket to Zenon's 30th Spring Season opening night performance at the The Cowles Center for Dance and the Performing Arts, May 3rd, 2013 at 8:00pm.
Appetizer & Cocktail Hour
Silent and Live auctions
Preview performance of Zenon's 30th Spring Season
Tango lessons with Zenon Dance Company
Dinner served with Malbec wine tasting and dessert
4762 Chicago Avenue South
For tickets visit:
Contact: Danielle Robinson-Prater, firstname.lastname@example.org
Ballet Minnesota presents the Minnesota Dance Festival and the ballet classic Cinderella to conclude its 25th Anniversary performance season. All performances will be held at The O’Shaughnessy, 2004 Randolph Ave, on the campus of St. Catherine University, Saint Paul, April 5-6, 2013. Tickets prices range from $14 to $30. Order online at www.theoshaughnessy.com or call The O’Shaughnessy at 651-690-6700.
The ballet Cinderella quickly worked its way into the hearts of audience members to become one of the top ten classical ballets of all time. This distinction seems all the more remarkable given that Russian composer, Sergei Prokofiev, only finished writing the music in 1945. “I began listening to this music 15 years ago,” said Andrew Rist, Ballet Minnesota’s artistic director and choreographer for this ballet. “After I listened to the full score, I fell in love with it. Over the weeks and months, the choreography came to mind and the final ballet looks dramatically different from anything I’ve seen before for the Cinderella ballet.”
Contact: Carolyn Will, Carolyn.email@example.com
Fri, Apr 5, 8:00 pm
A Bend in the River (2013)
Choreography by Sophiline Cheam Shapiro
Music by Him Sophy, performed by Khmer Arts Ensemble
Puppets by Sopheap Pich
Sophiline Cheam Shapiro, Artistic Director/Choreographer
2013 McKnight International Fellow
Khmer Arts Ensemble debuts in Minnesota with A Bend in the River, a reflection on the choices we make in the heat of passion, weaving a Cambodian village tale of love, heartbreak, magic, vengeance, consequence, and redemption. Created by National Heritage Fellow Sophiline Cheam Shapiro in collaboration with two of Cambodia’s most renowned artists, this dance drama intertwines fifteen dancers, one unreliable narrator, two oversized crocodile puppets by sculptor Sopheap Pich, and eight instrumentalists and singers performing Him Sophy’s new score for a pin peat ensemble that includes an original two-level circle gong and xylophone. Like all good stories transmitted from generation to generation, the meanings are multiple. The world is ever-changing, nature a great leveler, and human choices, often made in haste, are sure to be tested. We resort to vengeance in place of justice at our peril. Crocodiles have been known to eat their young, after all.
FREE PERFORMANCE PREVIEW
Fri, Apr 5, 6:45 – 7:30 pm, Solera Restaurant
Contact: Melissa Wray, firstname.lastname@example.org
Collectively celebrate women of color and their solo work thru film, dance, music, and spoken word! A powerful, dynamic, and elevating experience!
Creator/Curator: Maia Maiden
April 5 & 6
3010 Minnehaha Ave S, Mpls 55406
$10 at the door, $8 from artist
Brenda Bell Brown
Contact: Maia Maiden, email@example.com
College of Saint Benedict
Saint Joseph, Minnesota
COME AND JOIN US!
for master class, archival exhibit and dedication, with dance oral history as well as an informal performance. New friends and old are invited to a full day of remembrance and tribute to this German Expressionist modern dance educator who made Minnesota her home. Ms. Dietz founded Choreogram Dance Company and School in the early 1970s after chairing the Dance Department at UMN. Margret Dietz was an exemplar of the Mary Wigman School in America.
FFI: Contact Kate Hearth to RSVP. Suggested fee of $50.00 for the day.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org / Phone 612.240.3464
Saint Benedict's has dorm rooms available for rental the night of June 14th.
Contact Eliza Freeman re: giving or loaning items to the archives.
Email email@example.com / Phone 608.938.9463
We do hope you will spread the word to those interested in German Expressionism and the life and work of Margret Dietz.
In-town workshops June 10-13, 2013:
“Dietzchkins” Dance in the Community. Exploring dance as a human service.
Cowles Center Studio 7A. June 10, 11 & 12, 2013 (10am-2pm) & Studio Showing
2pm on Thursday, June 13.
Fee by donation.
Contact Lindalee Soderstrom: 507.523.2327,firstname.lastname@example.org.
Circles, Curves & Spirals: remembrance - awakening, exploring the winding paths of deep imagination.
Directed by Maureen Koelsch with composer and musician David Means.
10am-2pm Thursday 13 June 2013 Cowles Center Studio 7A.
(Will share Thursday studio showing 2-4pm.)
Contact Maureen Koelsch:612.724.9130, email@example.com.
Contact: Lindalee Soderstrom, firstname.lastname@example.org
Jennifer Ilse's ongoing weekly advanced inverted dance classes run through May 22nd, 2013.
Classes take place at Fallout Arts, in their beautiful two-story back studio, Wednesdays 7:30-9PM.
Fallout Arts studio space is located at:
2601 Second Ave South
Corner of 26th St and Second Ave
Near the Minneapolis Institute of Arts and MCAD
Contact: Jennifer Ilse, OLA Co-Artistic Director, email@example.com
Offered in many dance schools, the Alexander Technique facilitates heightened awareness, skill, and freedom, and is terrific for preventing and recovering from most musculoskeletal discomforts. Special rate on the first session -- half off the regular $60 rate -- so, just $30. Brian is highly experienced and serves on college faculties. Call (612) 267-5154.
Dance Magazine article here:
Brian's info here: http://www.mn-alexandertechnique.com
Contact: Brian McCullough, Brian@MN-AlexanderTechnique.com
Study The Alexander Technique with AmSAT certified instructor Lisa First at the Midtown YWCA at 2121 East Lake Street. Great for dancers and movers seeking increased support and freedom.
Our new six week session runs April 2-May 14, 2013. Class meets on Tuesday nights 7:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Questions? Contact Lisa at (612) 816-5472 or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Midtown YWCA at 612-215-4333. Sign up online through the Midtown YWCA!
The Midtown YWCA is located at 2121 East Lake Street, Mpls, MN 55407.
Welcome change and discover new ways to think and move with increased ease and freedom. Lisa is an AmSAT certified instructor and has taught for over 20 years. Join us for this six week affordable and informative specialty session at the Midtown YWCA in Minneapolis!
Classes start Tuesday 4/2/13. Catch the early bird discount now. $72.00 for members and $88.00 for non-members.
Contact: Lisa First, email@example.com
Tuesdays 7:30-9:00 pm
*ONGOING starting April 23rd at The Cowles Center
528 Hennepin Ave Minneapolis Studio 5B
$10/class. Class cards available/no registration required.
Contact: Regina Peluso, firstname.lastname@example.org
Morning Open Class Schedule (10:00-11:30am)
Fridays: Modern with Erin Thompson
March 20, Contemporary Ballet with Katelyn Skelley
March 21, Ballet with Elayna Waxse
March 25 and 27, Modern with Toni Pierce-Sands
March 26, Ballet with Elayna Waxse
March 28, GAGA with Berit Ahlgren
Weekly Open Afternoon Classes
Tuesday, Advanced Ballet with pointe (optional), 6:30-8:30pm
Wednesday, Modern, 6:30-8:00pm
Friday, Intermediate/Advanced Ballet, 6:00-7:30pm
Saturday, Contemporary Ballet, 1:30-2:30pm
For more information please visit www.tudance.org
TU Dance Center, 2121 West University Avenue, Saint Paul, MN 55114
Contact: Abdo Sayegh, email@example.com
Ask The Experts is an open forum offered to dancers of all ages and backgrounds. Minnesota Dance Medicine Foundation members will speak on a topic of interest to the dancers and be available to answer questions regarding injury prevention and strength training as it applies to the dancer. Join us for this unique opportunity to learn from experts in the dance medicine field. These events are on a donation basis and all proceeds go toward supporting MDM's mission.
Please register for each event via the MDM website at www.mndancemed.org
Saturday, March 30, 2013, 10am-Noon
Prevention and Care of Foot Injuries by Dr. Brad Moser
** Dance injury screenings in the MDM clinic will follow the discussion
Thursday, June 20, 2013, 7-9pm
Off-Season Training for the Dancer by Rhondi Miller, PT, MS, SCS, ATC
**Dance injury screenings in the MDM clinic will follow the discussion
Contact: Linda Muir, firstname.lastname@example.org
Connect with spring’s renewing energy through the collective joy of Balkan Roma (Gypsy) dance. The Roma dance tradition contains the breadth of human experience, mirroring the cycle of life. Come dance into your full self. Connect with life energy to support your vision.
The greatest gift you can give the world is to come alive.
Wednesdays April 3 – May 15, 7:00 – 9:00
Resonant Connection Center
2382 Hampden Ave, Saint Paul (Above the Hampden Park Co-op)
Cost: $110 ($100 with registration by March 20), $75 for students with ID
Try out the first class for $16, which will be applied to course tuition if you choose to enroll for the entire session.
Contact: Emily Jarrett Hughes, email@example.com
It’s OPEN DOOR DANCE! This inclusive program offers an opportunity to learn new dances in a social setting. Classes will be held the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month and will focus on a new dance style every month. Bring a group of friends and make “hump day” Wednesday a bit more fun! After class, stop by Gluek’s and receive 20% off your entire food purchase.
March is Cuban Salsa!
Cuban-style salsa, also known as Casino, is a form of salsa dance which traces its origins as a partner dance from Cuban Son. Partners will learn the polyrhythmic tempo of the Son music and discover ways to incorporate Afro Cuban steps to their salsa dance. Such improvisations will be taught from elements of rumba, dances of African deities, cha cha cha, danzon and whatever else the dancer feels in the moment.
Classes taught by Giselle Mejia of Esmeraldas, Ecuador and Yeniel Chini Perez of Matanzas, Cuba.
DATES: March 13 & 27 at 6pm
COST: $10/single or $15/pair
Contact: Laura Bohne, firstname.lastname@example.org
Don't miss out on this vibrant, Langanese Afro-Carribean Dance class! Class includes live drummers. Dancers of all abilities are welcome.
Dates: Saturday, March 23
Time: 1:00 - 2:30pm
Where: 2nd Floor, Target Education Studio, The Cowles Center
Maximum class size: 30 people
To register for this class or for questions contact Laura Bohne at email@example.com or call 612.206.3641.
a highly physical workshop for performing artists
Robert Rosen, Barbra Berlovitz and Shawn McConneloug
STUDIO 206 Minneapolis MN
June 10-June 28, 2013
Monday-Friday 10:00 AM-5:00 PM $475
Open to all dance, theatre and performing artists!
Spots are filled by qualified applicants on a first-come first-served basis.
The Summer Intensive filled to capacity in its first two years.
Only twenty spots available…so apply soon!
Application deadline: Friday April 12th 5 P.M. CST
Notification by email no later than Friday April 26th
At 206, we are interested in artists who are actively engaged in exploring and “igniting” their process of creation. The Intensive is designed for professional and pre-professional performing artists who have demonstrated rigor and commitment to their artistry and craft. It offers the opportunity for participants to immerse themselves in highly physical, imaginative training five days a week, six hours a day for three weeks… over ninety hours of training.
Everything from Nothing Robert Rosen
Voice and the Physical Actor Barbra Berlovitz
RAW Mechanics Shawn McConneloug
DEVISE Rosen, Berlovitz and McConneloug
Each day will also include physical preparation in dramatic acrobatics, balancing and juggling.
Details and Applications available at: Studio 206
Questions: email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
YOUTH HIP HOP/BREAKIN’ CAMP at ZENON DANCE
Covers popping, top rocking and break dancing. July 22-26 at Zenon. Beginners welcome!
Ages 6-10, 9am-12pm $170
Ages 10-14, 12:30-4:00pm $195
YOUTH INTERDISCIPLINARY CAMP at ZENON DANCE
Includes jazz, ballet, hip hop and modern dance. July 29-Aug2. Campers will perform their works on the last day! Beginners welcome!
Ages 6-10, 9am-12:30pm $195
Ages 10-14, 12:30-4:30pm $225
ZENON YOUTH HIP HOP/BREAKIN’ CAMP –suburbs style
Covers popping, top rocking and break dancing. Aug 5-9 at Balance Pointe Studios in St. Louis Park. Beginners welcome!
Ages 6-10, 9am-12pm $175
Ages 10-14, 12:30-4:00pm $205
ADULT/TEEN DANCE SAMPLER
Perfect for dancers who want to broaden their horizons! Classes taught at beginning and intermediate levels- previous dance experience required. Each day includes three classes, including Modern, Jazz, Ballet, and more!
Ages 15-Adult, 9:30am-1:30pm $200
Explore an array of arts with one day at each cultural organization: Children’s Theatre Company, Highpoint Center for Printmaking, In The Heart of the Beast Puppet and Mask Theatre, Minnesota Center for Book Arts, and Zenon Dance School. Call 612-215-2520 for details.
$275- Ages 6-10, 9am-3pm
CONTACT: Allyson Taubenheim
Gaga/people classes offer a creative framework for participants to connect to their bodies and imaginations, increase their physical awareness, improve their flexibility and stamina, and experience the pleasure of movement in a welcoming, accepting atmosphere. This workshop is open to people ages 16+ and does not require previous dance training.
March 25-29, 6:00-7:00pm
Please reserve in advance by email to email@example.com or by calling 612-605-1925. Cost: $14/single class. 10-class card available for purchase online.
For more information visit "classes" at http://www.tudance.org
TU Dance Center, 2121 West University Avenue, Saint Paul MN 55114
Contact: Abdo Sayegh, firstname.lastname@example.org
Pre-Professional Summer Intensive, July 29 - August 17
A 3-week intensive program for aspiring dance artists ages 12-23, with training in techniques such as ballet, modern (Horton and Gaga), West African, body conditioning and TU Dance repertory. Students in this program will advance technique while developing their own artistic voice. Beginning, Intermediate and Advanced levels. Placement/Audition Date: April 21, 2013, 12:00-3:00pm.
Junior and Teen Summer Program, July 8-12 and July 15-19.
This 2-week program introduces basic dance technique while connecting movement to creativity. The program has two levels divided by age: Creative Movement/Drum (Ages 5-8) and Introduction to Dance (Ages 9-13). Registration for a single week is allowed in this program. No placement class necessary.
For more information and registration visit "classes" at www.tudance.org or call 612-605-1925.
Contact: Abdo Sayegh, email@example.com
The Shape of Attention: A Dance Improvisation Workshop
This workshop creates opportunities to develop the perceptual and poetic skills that underlie dance improvisation. We will access and develop the physical intelligence needed to create and adapt to dancing and composing. This evolves from our individual and collective choice making. We will engage with emergent form on a micro and macro level, through various lenses including image, gesture, physical states, design, and our sense of the evolving performance landscape. Come ready to dance.
Saturday June 8th and Sunday June 9th
at Studio 206 in the Ivy Building
Tuition : (sliding scale) $100-150
Pre-registration is required to save you a spot; $50 pre-registration fee STRONGLY ENCOURAGED.
To pre-register please contact Taja Will at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Former Twin Cities resident Chris Aiken is a leading performer and teacher in the field of dance improvisation and contact improvisation. Both have ties to the Twin Cities dance community; Angie Hauser was recently seen performing in the Northrop season with the Bebe Miller Company. Hauser, a BESSIE award recipient, and Aiken, a former Guggenheim fellow, ground their work in ongoing investigations of performance, learning, perception and imagination. Currently the two are Assistant Professors at Smith College in the department
Contact: Taja Will, email@example.com
w/ColliDe Theatrical Dance Company
June 3-7 9:30-3:30pm Ages 15 and up
July 29-Aug 2 9:30-3:30pm Ages 9-14 and 15-17*
at The Cowles Center Studio 5B
*Due to requests we will be having two groups this week.
Daily schedule includes jazz technique class, speciality class (Fosse, tap, Pilates, jumps/turns, floor barre), musical theatre jazz-based repertoire, and master classes (business of dance, voice for dancers, history of jazz dance). Both intensives culminate in an in-studio repertoire performance on the Friday of each session.
(There are a few assistance-based scholarships available...please email us for details.)
Please visit us at www.collidetheatrical.com for registration forms and additional information.
ColliDe Theatrical Dance Company
Off-Leash Area is auditioning to hire up to 11 dancers for a remount of their Ivey Award winning production, Psst!, at the Cowles Center this June.
We are looking for dancers with a background in modern and a theatrical ability to portray a character. The production is performed with dance and masks which cover the entire head. Mask work is a magnificent bridge between dance and theater vocabularies as they are non-verbal and you must communicate a character through movement that isn't realistic, but is abstracted to make the mask "come alive". Some mask training is involved in the rehearsal process.
For a video sample of the initial production go to:
AUDITION IS BY INVITATION ONLY, no walk-ups please.
PLEASE SEND YOUR RESUME to Jennifer Ilse & Paul Herwig, co-artistic directors of Off-Leash Area, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Mask experience is not required, but please highlight if you have had any experience with masks. For questions contact same email address, and go to: www.offleasharea.org
AUDITION LOCATION: Patrick's Cabaret
AUDITION DATE/TIME: Sunday March 24, 2-5pm
PERFORMANCE DATES: June 21-22-23
TECH REHEARSALS: June 18-19-20
REGULAR REHEARSALS: Approx 2 times per week from April 8 through May 24, approx 3-4 times per week May 27 thru June 17.
PAY: There is a stipend.
Contact: Paul Herwig, email@example.com
Rhythmically Speaking is excited to announce that we are seeking submissions for our 5th annual choreographers showcase. We are proud to support some of the Twin Cities’ best jazz and rhythm-driven dance each year, and look forward to seeing what you have to offer. Emerging and established choreographers alike are encouraged to apply with new or existing work in jazz and rhythm-based dance. Not sure what we mean by jazz and rhythm-based dance? You tell us. We are excited to be figuring out what that means to this community, and encourage you to join the conversation by applying.
- May 19: Mandatory meeting for selected choreographers (7-9pm)
- July 7: Mandatory progress showing (7-9pm)
- August 12-14: Tech
- August 15-17: Shows
Compensation: Stipend provided.
Details: A video sample is strongly encouraged, but not required. All video submissions must be posted to www.vimeo.com. Video of the work being applied with is strongly encouraged, but if not available, work in a very similar style should be submitted. While the work can be between three and twenty minutes, submissions of ten minutes or more are strongly encouraged.
Submission form and requirements are currently posted at www.rhythmicallyspeakingdance.org. Please send completed Submission Form to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, April 15th. Choreographer selection will be posted to the website above on May 1. We look forward to seeing your work, and thank you for your interest.
Boogie on, rhythm-lovers!
Young Dance seeks a bookkeeper starting July 1, 2013. This is a part-time position. The successful candidate will assist the Treasurer with quarterly fiscal reporting to the Board. Interested candidate must have bookkeeping experience, possess a proficiency in Microsoft computer applications, Word, Excel and Publisher. QuickBooks experience a must. Time commitment and rate: 4 hrs/month, $25/hr. Interested candidates should send a letter of
interest and resume to: Young Dance: 3321 15th Avenue South, Minneapolis, MN 55407.
For more information: email@example.com (612) 423-3064
Contact: Gretchen Pick, firstname.lastname@example.org
TU Dance is hosting The Ailey School as they visit the Twin Cities as part of their Summer Intensive national audition tour. This visit will include a master class taught by the Ailey Audition Panel.
Horton Master Class, March 22, 2013 / 6:00-8:00pm
Summer Intensive Audition, March 23, 2013 / 1:30-2:00pm Registration, 2:00-5:00pm, Audition
Register online at www.theaileyschool.edu/PDauditions for one or both events. TU Dance will not be processing registrations. Please visit The Ailey School website for more information.
TU Dance Center, 2121 West University Avenue, Saint Paul, MN 55114
Contact: Abdo Sayegh, email@example.com
Saturday, April 6, 2013 - TU Dance Center, Saint Paul, Minnesota
Please send resume and headshot by Monday, April 1, 2013 by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, or by mail to:
Attn: Company Auditions
PO Box 40405
St. Paul, MN 55104
TU Dance Center is located at 2121 University Avenue West, Saint Paul, Minnesota 55114. Find us on the north side of University Avenue, one block east of Vandalia, located directly behind Subway on the building's east side. (Free parking in the lot in front of TU Dance Center).
Contact: Abdo Sayegh, email@example.com
Dancer/choreographer Tara King is launching a new website for her print & web design business: www.sparklingrobots.com. Tara makes postcards, business cards, and websites, and she offers general nerdy help to artists, small businesses & non-profits.
In honor of this occasion, she is offering a special 10% discount for dancers and DanceMN patrons. Any projects initiated before April 30th qualify for the discount; just mention DanceMN when you get in touch.
Contact: Tara King, firstname.lastname@example.org
Check out the latest episode of TALK DANCE, with New York choreographer, Kyle Abraham, on Live! The Realest MC. http://www.walkerart.org/channel/2013/kyle-abraham-on-live-the-realest-mc
TALK DANCE is a podcast featuring interviews with some of the leading voices in contemporary dance produced and hosted by Justin Jones. To listen to previous episodes go to:
Contact: Justin Jones, email@example.com
This year's Spring Revue Back To The Future will be the 50th recital presented by Barbi Lee Dance. Shows are Saturday, May 18 at 7 pm and Sunday, May 19 at 3 pm, followed by an Alumni Gala.
If any of you reading this newsletter are Barbi Lee alumni, please contact Barb so she can send you a special invitation to this years show and Gala.
Seeking roommate, studio mate or someone who needs good space and light to dance in. Live/work $475 +utils and net about $500 a month pvt 230 sq ft rm and shared 550 sq ft studio + kitchen, bath, washer. 2 blocks from Midtown. Month to month avail April or May.
Contact: Sean Smuda, 612 825 3833