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Ms. Harvie is an established faculty member at Steps on Broadway , teaching for both the open Professional Division and for the Steps Youth Program. She has taught at NYU's Strasberg Institute, Iona College, Joffrey Ballet School, The School at Columbia, Connecticut Dance Conservatory, Cumbrae Dance Center, and has given master classes for the Open Jar Institute, Verb Ballets, Destination Broadway, the British Association of Dance, and the Elan Awards in New York City. She was the Associate Choreographer on two productions at the Gateway Playhouse and choreographed for the Foolish Theater Company in New York City. She has showcased a multitude of original pieces at Steps on Broadway, and has worked with high school theater programs in setting full-length musical productions.
National and regional performance credits include West Side Story, My Fair Lady, Carousel, Singin' in the Rain, Oklahoma, Footloose, Kiss Me Kate, and Scrooge. Lisa performed at the Hudson Theater in a tribute to the late Broadway producer, David Merrick, with choreography set by Karin Baker. She worked with Patricia Wilcox for the 20th Anniversary Concert Performance of Rags at the Nokia Theater, and appeared in the New York workshop production of The Great White Way, directed and choreographed by David Marquez. In addition to her work in musical theater, she has danced with the Ottawa Ballet at Canada's National Arts Center.
Class Description: Int/ Adv Jazz
Lisa Harvie is a versatile jazz teacher and choreographer. Her contemporary interpretation of jazz as a hybrid art form, pays close attention to the technique and style that set it apart from other disciplines. Her background in ballet, tap, highland and musical theater cross over choreographically and her warm-up is built on a solid technical dance foundation that also incorporates the benefits of yoga. This is a great "get in show shape" class that challenges a dancer's endurance, explores musicality and elevates performance. It offers an athletic, dynamic and rhythmic outlet within a supportive and welcoming environment.
(No cameras in class please)