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Desert Dance Theatre’s July Dance Series & Auditions (PHX)
July 31, 2019 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm MST$15 – $80
Desert Dance Theatre’s 40th Anniversary Season 2019-20
JULY DANCE SERIES & AUDITIONS
Call for Male & Female Dancers
Mondays & Wednesdays 6:00pm-9:00pm
July 8 – 31, 2019
Dance Theater West
3925 E. Indian School Road, Phoenix, AZ 85018
AUDITIONS will be held in conjunction with the JULY DANCE SERIES
Audition & Interview: 7:30pm-9:00pm
Class Schedule & Instructors
July 8 & 10 Alicia-Lynn Nascimento Castro
July 15 & 17 Jenny Gerena
July 22 & 24 Jeremiah Jenkins
July 29 & 31 Candy Jimenez
Instructors Bios and Class Description
Cost: $15 Single Class / $25 Per Week for Two Classes / $80 All Four Weeks
PAY in person at the door by check or cash or request PayPal invoice
RSVP REQUIRED: Contact gro.ertaehTecnaDtreseDnull@asiL
Interested in dancing with the company? Please see applications for further details.
AUDITION APPLICATION: https://forms.gle/uMo7TFWnJW92wFbW9
Have flexible schedule and be available to rehearse and perform.
Be versatile and have performance experience in modern dance.
Experience in other dance forms and performing arts disciplines is a PLUS.
Must be responsible with reliable transportation.
Regularly scheduled classes/rehearsals:
Mondays and Wednesdays from 6:00pm-9:00pm
Saturdays from 1:00pm-4:00pm and/or some Sundays as needed
Schedule may vary as needed, especially during the summer.
We understand that dancers may have jobs and other obligations, so we will consider that when casting and scheduling.
Rehearsals will begin ASAP!
DDT Members are compensated for DDT Sponsored Events & Fee Engagements!
INFO & RSVP: gro.ertaehTecnaDtreseDnull@asiL or CALL/TEXT 602-740-9616
JULY 29 & 31 – Modern Dance Technique
Instructor: Candy Jimenez
Candy Jimenez earned her BFA at Arizona State University and was awarded the “Outstanding Undergraduate Dance Major” award from the National Dance Association. Candy continued her training at the Alvin Ailey American Dance Center in New York City. Upon returning to the valley, Candy joined Desert Dance Theater as a Core Dancer, Choreographer, and Associate Artistic Director. Through her work and studies with Desert Dance Theater, Arizona State University,and Alvin Ailey, New York, and Dulce she has worked with choreographers, artists and teachers such as Cliff Keuter, Elina Mooney, Neta Pulvamacher, Jennifer Tsukayma, Mary Fitzgerald, Nina Watt, Denise Jefferson, HT Chen, Billbob Brown, Marion Kirk Jones, teachers of Donald McKayle Intensive, Diane McNeal Hunt, Pamela Pietro, and Chad Michael Hall. She has worked with artists such as Lee Berger, Ernesto Moncada, Jack Evans and composers/musicians such as Azul, James Cerrachio, and RPM Orchestra, Michael Watt, and Judd Greenstein. Candy shares her love of dance with her students at Cesar Chavez High School where she started the dance program and has taught for the past 19 years. Desiring a voice and wanting to cultivate the dance community in Arizona, Candy founded Dulce Dance Company. Candy is currently continuing project based work with Dulce Dance Company where she has been able to share her work and perform the work of others throughout the country. She continues onto her 20th year with her program at Chavez while she just recently earned her Masters in Educational Administration with Principalship.
Class Description: Modern Dance Technique
This class starts with the power and grounded qualities of yoga and core conditioning while stretching the muscles for full mobility. The exercises while familiar are unique as they challenge the mover to explore strength and performance dynamics while utilizing the power of music. The class sequence moves through floor work to explore all boundaries in all dimensions to get to standing where the mover will challenge themselves with exercises inspired by ballet and modern technique with an added Dulce flavor where we challenge the body through balances, extensions, arches while achieving certain musical expressions. The movers will experience across the floor combos to challenge locomotive coordination while the class concludes with an expressive center combination and stretch. Your Daily Practice is key. With this class you will hone in on strengths while finding a challenge to refine. Dance is Life: Life is Dulce Therefore I have to say, La Vida es Dulce
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