Dance Theatre of Harlem
An informal presentation on the art and science of classical dancing, a lecture/demonstration is a fun and accessible introduction to ballet. Specific exercises that develop jumping, turning, partnering, lifting and dancing on pointe are demonstrated and explained. An audience participation segment in which members of the audience are invited to the stage to try some of the movements, or test the similarities between social dance and ballet is included. Throughout, excerpts from Dance Theatre of Harlem’s repertoire demonstrated how the elements that have been discussed come together to create the magic of dance.
Curriculum Connections: M3GM.6-8 , M4GM.6-.8, M5GM.6-.8, M6GM.6-.8, M7GM.6-.8, M8GM.6-.8, M9GM.6-.8, M10GM.6-.8, M11GM.6-.8, M12GM.6-.8, TAES3-12.10, D3-12FD.2, D4-12FD.3, D3-12CR.2, D3-12CO.4
Payment: Please note that a 50% deposit is due to ArtsBridge Foundation 30 days after registration with the balance due four weeks before show date.
All ArtsBridge Field trip tickets are non-refundable. However, if weather should cause a cancellation, tickets can be utilized for another ArtsBridge performance.