Don’t get caught at the barre not knowing the latest news! Between Classes is your ultimate guide to all things arts and pop culture. Every Thursday, you can expect a total rundown of the latest happenings and we’ll provide you with the best weekend plans. Let’s get started, shall we?
Matthew Bourne’s The Red Shoes has made its way to NYC! Experience this one of a kind production now through November 5th at New York City Center. While you’re at it, come learn rep from The Red Shoes, Swan Lake, and The Car Man, taught by Etta Murfitt (Associate Artistic Director), Daisy May Kemp (Dance Captain), Glenn Graham (Principal Dancer) & Nina Goldman (former Principal Dancer) here at Steps! Expand your knowledge next week on Monday, Wednesday and Friday; 10/30-11/3 from 2:30-4:30pm by indulging in these iconic pieces.
The New York Jazz Choreography Project presents its 10th Anniversary show at the Salvatore Capezio Theatre at Peridance this weekend. The Steps Conservatory Program was chosen to perform “Dancin’ Man” originally choreographed by Bob Fosse, and set on the Conservatory by Lloyd Culbreath and the Verdon Fosse Legacy Project, LLC last spring. You won’t want to miss this spectacular event celebrating the cherished American Dance Vernacular!
The term “Emerging Choreographer” has been the topic of discussion amongst the dance community for quite some time. How do you feel about it? This article takes you into the minds of several field professionals as they express their thoughts and feelings on the “E-word.”
Double Bubble Toil and Trouble. The West Village Halloween Parade is back and happening Tuesday night! Find the details below. “Dost thou comprehend?”
For your tiny dancers (Brought to you by The School at Steps):
Who lives in a pineapple under the sea? Lovers of Bikini Bottom rejoice! Spongebob Squarepants the Musical is swimming to Broadway. Previews start November 6th! Get ready to watch Spongebob and all his pals live in action.
Itching to see some skeletons dance? Jump into Karole Armitage’s surreal world of “Halloween Unleashed: Dancing Bones, Tasting Darkness, and the Skeleton Within.” An event suitable for all ages, it is sure to mystify young and older audiences alike. http://lamama.org/halloween_unleashed/
Enjoy your weekend. See you next week!
Erika, Kelly, Talia, Johanna