Presented by Idaho Dance Theatre and Boise State University Department of Theatre, Film, and Creative Writing
The School of Arts
The College of Arts and Sciences
Summer DanceFest June 17-29, 2019
Since 1990 Summer DanceFest has become one of the most distinguished and unique dance workshops in the Pacific Northwest. Summer DanceFest offers the highest quality training for today’s dancer during two weeks of intensive training in ballet, pointe, men’s class, pas de deux, jazz, and modern. It is the place to gain technique, core, strength, versatility of style and performing experience. The training includes daily classes and rehearsals with cutting edge choreographers, culminating in two performances for dancers age 12 and older with intermediate to advanced technique.
HOW DO I REGISTER?
YOU MUST BE ACCEPTED TO SUMMER DANCEFEST BEFORE YOU REGISTER EVEN IF YOU HAVE ATTENDED IN THE PAST.
Please email or call Marla Hansen to set up an audition in person. Or you may send a video audition with the following: a ballet barre, do each exercise on one side only, but alternate sides. Ballet center work showing adagio; turns of all kinds including en dehors, dedans, arabesque, traveling turns; and jumps, petite and gran. Also do pointe work combinations in the center; at the barre if you are a beginner and not ready for center. The video must also include contemporary and Jazz combinations. Videos must be submitted no later than May 30, 2019.
Please send your video on DVD no later than May 30, 2019 to: Marla Hansen, Summer DanceFest 2019, Department of Theatre, Film and Creative Writing, 1910 University Dr. Boise, Idaho 83725-1565. Or email a digital video to: email@example.com.
Option A $520 – 2 weeks all classes and performances
Option B $370 – 31-50 classes
Option C $320 – 21-30 classes
Option D $220 – 16-20 classes
Option E $185 – 11-15 classes
Option F $150 – 10 classes (available only for Ballet technique or Modern/Jazz)
Housing and Meal plans are available for DanceFest participants for participants who don’t live near campus.
Contact Marla Hansen for further information 208-426-3568 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The workshop culminates with two evening performance on Friday, June 28 and Saturday, June 29. You must be available to perform both shows. Tech and Dress Rehearsal is during the day Friday in addition to a rehearsal and performance on Saturday.
Class Schedule/Registration and Medical Release forms please click the link below.
Summer DanceFest Faculty
Ballet Curriculum and Choreography
Hip Hop Choreography
Jazz technique and Choreography
Modern Technique and Contemporary Choreography