2020 Virtual Summer Intensive
June 22 - July 10 // July 20- July 31

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2020 Virtual Summer Intensive Description

2020 Virtual Summer Intensive​
June 22-July 10
Monday - Friday // 10AM - 1:45PM​

TWDCC’s 2020 Virtual Summer Intensive is a 3 week program for intermediate and advanced dance students who are dedicated, disciplined, and ready to take their dance training to the next level. 

The 2020 Virtual Summer Intensive fosters “process over product,” designing our program to help students develop a strong artistic voice alongside rigorous dance technique. 

The program is designed to give young dancers a taste of what a professional dancer’s life is all about: refining technique and performance, developing and performing their own choreography, broadening understanding of various dance styles, and learning about body awareness, wellness, and best practice for dancers health.

While our programming has to be online this summer, we are still bringing the same level of excellence we do each year! Classes held through Zoom allow for interactive learning, real time engagement, and student connection.

Scroll down to view the 2020 Virtual Summer Intensive
schedule & faculty.

NEW!
Contemporary
Pop Up Series
July 20 - July 31
Monday - Friday
10:30AM - 2:45PM​

TWDCC Contemporary Pop Up Series is a new feature to the TWDCC Summer Intensive. 
It provides an opportunity for intermediate and advanced dancers to apply their intensive training while working with choreographers based all over the country, learning diverse and dynamic contemporary techniques 

This installment is an opportunity for dancers to work with a curated series of guest teachers, to develop stamina and flexibility in many styles, and to keep active and engaged in current trends in the world of contemporary dance. 

Scroll down to view the Contemporary Pop Up Schedule & the Contemporary Pop Up Faculty.

Please note: Dancers must have prior dance training to attend the 2020 Virtual Summer Intensive.
 
Please contact the program director, Micha Scott, for leveling requirements at micha.twdcc@gmail.com or at (831) 588-6902.

Levels for the Intensive are delineated by age:

Level 1 (ages 10-13) and Level 2 (ages 14-18)
Both Levels 1 & 2 can choose between the available packages.

How do I attend the 2020 Virtual Summer Intensive?

1.
Decide on a Package

Read about the Summer Intensive and the Contemporary Pop Up series on this page.
See which Package will work for you below.

2.
Purchase & Register

Select the package you will take this summer on the Summer 2020 Registration page.

Purchase, then either log in (if you already have a TWDCC Online account) or create a new profile.
This step takes about 10 minutes. 

3.
Download
Zoom

Download the application we use to host our dance classes online. 

It takes 5 minutes to install to your Mac or PC. 

4.
Log in for class!

Instructions on how to attend your class will be available 3 days prior to your program start date. 

 

Packages & Pricing

***Register before June 5th to receive 10% off your purchase***

1. ONLY SUMMER INTENSIVE 
$300 (Early Bird price: $275)

2. 1st week Summer Intensive 
(June 22-26) 
+ Any 1 week Contemporary
$200 (Early Bird price: $180)

3. 1st 2 weeks Summer Intensive 
(June 22- July 3)
+ Any 1 week Contemporary
$300 
(Early Bird price: $275)

4. Total 3 weeks Summer Intensive 
(June 22 – July 10)
+ Any 1 week Contemporary
$400 (Early Bird price: $360)

5. 1st week Summer Intensive 
(June 22 – 26)
+ 2 weeks Contemporary
$300 (Early Bird price: $275)

6. 1st 2 weeks Summer Intensive 
(June 22- July 3) 
+ 2 weeks Contemporary
$400 (Early Bird price: $360)

7. Total 3 weeks Summer Intensive 
(June 22 – July 10) 
+ 2 week Contemporary
$500 (Early Bird price: $450)

Aliya photographed by Crystal Birns

The purpose of the Intensive is to provide dancers with in-depth training and support that builds throughout the 5 week session. 

We encourage dancers looking to take their training to the next level to keep this in mind. 

2020 Virtual Summer Intensive Schedule

June 22 – July 10 // 10AM – 1:45PM

10AM – 11:00 AM:
Level 1 Technique w/ Micha Scott
Level 2 Technique w/ Annique Roberts

11:15AM – 12:15PM:
Level 1 Technique w/ Annique Roberts
Level 2 Technique w/ Micha Scott

12:15PM – 12:45PM:
Lunch

12:45PM – 1:45PM:
Level 1 Choreography w/ Micha Scott
Level 2 Composition w/ Nathan Hirschaut

10AM – 11:00 AM:
Levels 1 & 2 Pilates w/ Cody Jussel
Levels 1 & 2 Yoga w/ Cat Kirk (Week 2 Only)

11:15AM – 12:15PM:
Level 1 Technique & Choreography w/ N’Jelle Gage Thorne & Guy Thorne
Level 2 Choreography w/ Sade Bully

12:15PM – 12:45PM:
Lunch

12:45PM – 1:45PM:
Level 1 Choreography w/ Sade Bully
Level 2 Technique & Choreography w/ N’Jelle Gage Thorne & Guy Thorne

10AM – 11:00 AM:
Level 1 Technique w/ Annique Roberts
Level 2 Technique w/ Micha Scott

11:15AM – 12:15PM:
Level 1 Technique w/ Micha Scott
Level 2 Technique w/ Annique Roberts

12:15PM – 12:45PM:
Lunch

12:45PM – 1:45PM:
Level 1 Choreography w/ Micha Scott
Level 2 Composition w/ Nathan Hirschaut

10AM – 11:00 AM:
Levels 1 & 2 Pilates w/ Cody Jussel

11:15AM – 12:15PM:
Level 1 Choreography w/ Sade Bully
Level 2 Technique & Choreography w/ N’Jelle Gage Thorne & Guy Thorne

12:15PM – 12:45PM:
Lunch

12:45PM – 1:45PM:
Level 1 Technique & Choreography w/ N’Jelle Gage Thorne & Guy Thorne
Level 2 Choreography w/ Sade Bully

10AM – 11:00 AM:
Level 1 Technique w/ Micha Scott
Level 2 Technique w/ Annique Roberts

11:15AM – 12:15PM:
Level 1 Technique w/ Annique Roberts
Level 2 Technique w/ Micha Scott

12:15PM – 12:45PM:
Lunch

12:45PM – 1:45PM:
Levels 1 & 2: Nutrition w/ Jamie Ford

2020 Virtual Summer Intensive Faculty

Hover over a faculty member to learn more

Micha Scott

Technique & Choreography

TWDCC Artistic Director // Garth Fagan Dance

Micha Scott is a dance professional with 29 years of performing, teaching, and choreographic experience. She was a senior member of the world renowned Garth Fagan Dance in New York for 13 years before coming to the West coast. She is currently TWDCC Artistic Director, resident choreographer at Mountain School in Soquel, CA, an instructor at Dancenter, and lead teacher with Tandy Beal’s Dance Around the World program. Micha has been a lecturer at Santa Clara University, UCSC, SUNY Brockport as well as a guest choreographer for numerous companies and schools.

N'Jelle Gage Thorne

Choreography

FuturPoint Dance

N’Jelle Gage-Thorne cofounded FuturPointe with Guy Thorne in 2009 with the vision of re-introducing the Caribbean’s creative diversity to the dance community and to promote cross-cultural dialogue and conviviality. N’Jelle choreographs & trains performers for FuturPointe Dance & creates original works in her signature style known as Reggae Ballet. She also teaches master classes in Caribbean contemporary dance techniques at residencies, festivals, and studios & is an awardee of the 2014 Lillian Fairchild Memorial Award (University of Rochester). She is the producer of the semi- annual dance workshop & networking event “Enter The DanceHall”, as well as Director of Well Being & Self Care at WOC Art Collaborative. Born in Jamaica, Gage-Thorne's career began as protégé of Norma Spence and as soloist with Jamaica’s first classical ballet company. She studied with acclaimed ballerina Nina Novak while attending Academia Ballet Clasico (Venezuela) as a scholarship student. As a teen, N'Jelle was mentored by Tatjana Sedunova (Lithuanian opera and ballet theater) & at 15 years old became the youngest member of L'Acadco, the Caribbean’s leading cutting-edge modern dance company. She also lived in Cuba and studied with renowned Cuban Ballet and Contemporary Dance faculty at La ENA -Instituto Superior/Escuela Nacional de Artes in Havana. N’Jelle concluded her internship with Danza Contemporanea de Cuba in 2000, graduating with a degree in performance/choreography and teaching.

Sade Bully

Choreography

Garth Fagan Dance

A Caribbean-born dancer and choreographer, who, after studying medicine in Kingston, Jamaica at the University of the West Indies, decided to pursue her true passion in dance in NYC. She enrolled at the Ailey School- and as a student performed with the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater in 2010 and subsequently secured a position as principal dancer with Garth Fagan Dance. Bully’s movement style embodies her innate rhythms and sensibilities, fused with a highly technical prowess developed through years of training in ballet, modern and contemporary techniques. The NY Times describes her “razor-sharp extension and silky gusto”…as “elegance-the blazing sort.”; while the LA Times called her, “a captivating, versatile and resilient force.” Since leaving the company in 2016, Bully has focused her attention on choreography- performing her self-choreographed work both in Europe and the Caribbean region, choreographing commissioned work for the full length musical ‘Once on this Island’ in her home-country, Dominica, and a new work “Dimensions” on the Jamaican dance company of which she is a former principal dancer- the Company Dance Theatre. She most recently received Dance Caribbean Collective’s New Traditions Choreographic Incubator award in 2019, for cultivating and showcasing her latest work in progress in New York City.

Angela Chambers

Wellness for Dancers

TWDCC Youth Program Manager

"As an educator of the arts and avid advocate of self care, I always work to facilitate safe and supportive environments for students to find comfort, inspiration, guidance, and connection. I firmly believe that fostering resiliency and autonomy in our youth through creative expression and interpersonal connection is a uniquely powerful measure, the benefits of which I not only experienced first hand, but studied extensively while obtaining my degree in Intensive Psychology and while receiving my Youth Protection Advocacy in Dance (YPAD) Certification. Inspired by this belief and by my time spent with many students over the years, I was motivated to develop an accessible curriculum dedicated to personal self care and awareness - a curriculum that embodies my knowledge and passion for youth/teen empowerment. After being awarded the Professional Development grant from the Santa Cruz Arts Council to further my work, I was presented with an opportunity to bring the course to TWDCC in 2017 and have been offering sessions ever since. The class is designed to support youth and teens in empowering themselves by providing key points of knowledge and tools intended to help them navigate the many layers of adolescence; these tools will encourage them to make confident, well informed decisions. This specific program, Self Care For Dancers, has an additional goal in mind: to help young artists cope with and balance the rigors of being a dancer - both the mental and the physical. What I find most important about this class, however, is that students will gain a solid foundation of self care skills while also fostering mutual connections and intimate relationships with their fellow Company members. This is a critical aspect to healthy and positive development - especially within the dance community."

Jamie Ford

Nutrition

ForestGrown Health

ForestGrown came from growing up underneath the redwoods trees of Northern California in Jamie's home town of Camp Meeker. Jamie programs workouts for his clients and matches nutrition in a way that’ll get them moving towards their goals at a rate catered to their needs. "I choose to put Health at the end over Fitness because I help people with much more than the single act of going to the gym. Fitness is a component of overall health, but I want you to start to think about all the pieces that’ll turn you into the healthiest version of yourself, not just the one that’s the loudest. I want to help my clients accomplish their goals, whatever they are. Whether that’s through the articles I write, coaching them as a client or maybe just answering a question through email."

Annique Roberts

Technique & Ronald K. Brown Repertory

Ronald K. Brown Dance // Garth Fagan Dance

Guy Thorne

Choreography

FuturPoint Dance

Guy Thorne is an award-winning and critically acclaimed dance professional with more than 20 years of experience as dancer, choreographer, professor/visiting artist/lecturer in higher education, artistic director, company founder, multi-media artist, and sound designer. Guy moved to the United States from Jamaica to become a scholarship student at Dance Theatre of Harlem in New York City before becoming a principal dancer with Lion King Choreographer Garth Fagan in
2002. He remained with Garth Fagan Dance for 7 years, before striking out on his own and co- founding FuturPointe Dance in 2009. As an Entrepreneur, Thorne co-created FuturPointe Dance live events and its signature movement language- Reggae Ballet. As executive artistic director at FuturPointe Dance, Thorne served as artist-in-residence, lecturer, professor and master class instructor at several colleges and universities in the United States, the Caribbean and in the United Kingdom. He also collaborated with world-renowned artists, toured, performed at festivals, and was the recipient of fellowships, honors and awards.

Nathan Hirschaut

Composition

Juilliard '20 // HIVE Dance Company

Nathan Hirschaut, originally from Santa Cruz, CA, recently graduated from The Juilliard School for dance. Nathan has established himself as a prominent choreographer and has received many awards and opportunities for his spiritual and surrealistic lens. Nathan has recently launched a project-based dance company called, HIVE Dance Company. Nathan has also established a business called, Inner Teacher. Inner Teacher creates events and opportunities for people to discover and trust their creative interests. Nathan aims to share his unique whimsical performance art and give platforms for others to develop and trust their creative voices.

Cat Kirk

Yoga & Movement

Abraham in Motion Company Member

Cat bio

Cody Jussel

Pilates

M.S.K. Midwest Pilates Institute Certified

Cody graduated with a Master’s in Kinesiology from A.T. Still’s College of Graduate Health Studies with a dual major in adaptive sports and corrective exercise/orthopedic rehab. But, long before that, Cody began her journey in movement as a dancer both instructing and performing locally and internationally. It was through the dance community that Cody discovered Pilates. Pilates gave Cody insight into the way in which thoughtful movement can enhance connections throughout the body and allow movers (that’s everyone!) to build a strong foundation based on sound biomechanical principals. Cody obtained her CrossFit level 1 certificate and has continued to work on bridging the gap between the development of kinesthetic awareness via Pilates and strength and power via CrossFit. Cody’s current work focuses on how adaptive athletes can benefit from a regular Pilates practice and is working on contributing to the body of research in how Pilates and CrossFit can benefit the adaptive community. Cody is part of a growing network of Pilates professionals who are focused on redefining adaptive training and providing resources and access to movement for adaptive athletes everywhere! Cody holds certifications in Pilates from the Midwest Pilates Institute and the PMA, has her CrossFit L1, and is a certified functional trainer for adaptive athletes through MobilityWod. Follow Cody on Instagram @sc.bodymechanics “Move well and move often”—Gray Cook

Contemporary Pop Up Series Schedule

July 10 – July 31 // 10:30AM – 2:45PM

10:30AM – 12PM: 
Levels 1 & 2 Warmup & Technique w/ Angela Chambers

12:15PM – 1:15PM:
Level 1 w/ Lauren Worley (Week 1)
Level 2 w/ Rachel Harris (Week 1)

Level 1 w/ Jordan Drew (Week 2)
Level 2 w/ Johanna Kepler (Week 2)

12:15PM – 12:45PM:
Lunch

1:45PM – 2:45PM:
Level 1 w/ Rachel Harris (Week 1)
Level 2 w/ Lauren Worley (Week 1)

Level 1 w/ Johanna Kepler (Week 2)
Level 2 w/ Jordan Drew (Week 2)

10:30AM – 12PM: 
Levels 1 & 2 Warmup & Technique w/ Angela Chambers

12:15PM – 1:15PM:
Level 1 w/ Madi McGain (Week 1)
Level 2 w/ Darla MacDonald (Week 1)

Level 1 w/ Taliha Abdiel Scott (Week 2)
Level 2 w/ Josie Camden (Week 2)

12:15PM – 12:45PM:
Lunch

1:45PM – 2:45PM:
Level 1 w/ Darla MacDonald (Week 1)
Level 2 w/ Madi McGain (Week 1)

Level 1 w/ Josie Camden (Week 2)
Level 2 w/ Taliha Abdiel Scott (Week 2)

10:30AM – 12PM: 
Levels 1 & 2 Warmup & Technique w/ Angela Chambers

12:15PM – 1:15PM:
Level 1 w/ Rachel Harris (Week 1)
Level 2 w/ Lauren Worley (Week 1)

Level 1 w/ Jordan Drew (Week 2)
Level 2 w/ Johanna Kepler (Week 2)

12:15PM – 12:45PM:
Lunch

1:45PM – 2:45PM:
Level 1 w/ Lauren Worley (Week 1)
Level 2 w/ Rachel Harris (Week 1)

Level 1 w/ Jordan Drew (Week 2)
Level 2 w/ Johanna Kepler (Week 2)

10:30AM – 12PM: 
Levels 1 & 2 Warmup & Technique w/ Angela Chambers

12:15PM – 1:15PM:
Level 1 w/ Darla MacDonald (Week 1)
Level 2 w/ Madi McGain (Week 1)

Level 1 w/ Josie Camden (Week 2)
Level 2 w/ Taliha Abdiel Scott (Week 2)

12:15PM – 12:45PM:
Lunch

1:45PM – 2:45PM:
Level 1 w/ Madi McGain (Week 1)
Level 2 w/ Darla MacDonald (Week 1)

Level 1 w/ Taliha Abdiel Scott (Week 2)
Level 2 w/ Josie Camden (Week 2)

10:30AM – 12PM: 
Levels 1 & 2 Warmup & Technique w/ Angela Chambers

12:15PM – 2:45PM:
Level 1 & Level 2 w/ Surprise Choreographer (Week 1 & 2)

Contemporary Pop Up Series Faculty

Hover over a faculty member to learn more

Jordan Drew

Dawsondancesf // Cirque du Soleil
Jordan Drew began her dance training under the tutelage of the late Timothy M. Draper at the Draper Center for Dance Educationin Rochester, New York. While training, she was awarded many prestigious honors including the “Hope Award”, and “Top 12 Finalist” at the Youth America Grand Prix Finals in New York City. She won scholarships to both the American Ballet Theater Summer Intensive and the Paris Opera Ballet School. In 2008, she continued her training at Alonzo King’s LINES Ballet Training Program. Later she went on to join San Francisco based contemporary ballet company dawsondancesf until 2017. Currently, Jordan is the principle character role of “Eleanor Rigby” in The Beatles LOVE by Cirque du Soleil in Las Vegas. Jordan has been teaching Ballet and Pointe for the past 10 years to kids from pre-ballet to preprofessional. She was a Faculty member of the prestigious San Francisco School of the Arts and Alonzo King Lines Ballet School. She was head of the ballet program of Steppin Out Dance. Jordan has also been a guest teacher at the California State Summer School for the Arts, Spins Dance studio and Tannery World Dance.

Johanna Kepler

University of Michigan '20 // Arts in Color founder
Johanna Kepler is from Brookline Massachusetts. She is a graduate of the University of Michigan class of 2020 with a BFA in Dance Performance and a minor in Latino Studies. Johanna served as a diversity and inclusion ambassador for the School of Music Theater and Dance. She also served on the student board for the Office of Diversity Equity and Inclusion. In 2018 she was awarded a MLK Jr Spirit Award by the North Campus Deans. In 2019 she choreographed the Musket production of Cabaret. Johanna founded and served as president of Arts in Color, a student organization within the department of dance committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion issues within the dance field (2018-2020.) In 2018 Johanna choreographed for the SMTD production Collage at Hill auditorium. In 2018 Johanna was the recipient of the UMS 21st Century Artist Internship and worked at Hubbard Street Dance that summer. In 2019 her solo piece Through My Eyes was selected to be performed in the American Dance festival regional Mid Western conference gala. Most recently Johanna founded an interview series project called The Power of the Performing Arts: Unitin Artists While Apart. This interview series documents the stories of performing artists from all over the world during the time of the COVID19 pandemic. This project aims to raise awareness of how the COVID19 pandemic is affecting the performing arts communities in the US and around the world.

Josie Camden

AMDA '15 // Go 2 Talent
Josie Camden began her training at age 3 in Missouri with Columbia Performing Arts Center and after high school followed her passion to LA where she continued training at the American Musical and Dramatic Academy. Since graduating from AMDA, Josie quickly started her professional journey under the representation of Go 2 Talent Agency and was able to connect with several well established choreographers such as Domonique Kelley, Michelle Elkin, Gerran Reese, and Dani Vitale. From these relationships she’s had the incredible opportunity to assist on TV (“Younger”, “Young Sheldon”, Southwest Airlines “Get the Party Started”), music videos (Two Feet “BBY”, Halsey’s AMA rehearsal of “Graveyard”), and theatre (“Sister Act”, and “Children of Eden”). Alongside assisting, Josie has also had the opportunity to dance in “Me and My Grandma” with Rhea Perlman, “The Unquenchable Flame”, and was part of the skeleton crew for Janet Jackson’s “Metamorphosis”. In between professional jobs, Josie enjoys teaching and training as she hopes to continue sharing her love of dance for many years to come.

Taliha Abdiel Scott

CalArts '21 // Abdiel Dance Project
Taliha Abdeil Scott began dancing at birth and continued her training with the Garth Fagan School of Dance in Rochester NY at the age of 4. She has attended intensives such as the California State Summer School of the Arts (2016) where she received the Herb Albert Scholarship for Emerging Young Artists, and the Garth Fagan Summer Movement Institute in New York (2018). Taliha taught weekly contemporary and hip-hop classes at TWDCC from 2013 - 2017 and was a Guest Choreographer at the TWDCC Summer Intensive in 2018. She is furthering her education at the California Institute of the Arts in Los Angeles where she is currently a BFA 3 dance student. Taliha is interested in creating a contemporary company and choreographing/ dancing professionally after she completes her education. Some of her past works include; LPATCH and Almanac, both of which have received very high praise.

Rachel Harris

Zeitgeist Dance Theatre // USC Kaufman '20
Born and raised in Charlotte, North Carolina, Rachel Harris began training at Dance Productions.While studying, Rachel participated and assisted choreographers in competitions, scholarship pageants, and conventions along the east coast. Her experiences and training landed her in the University of Southern California Glorya Kaufman School of Dance where she has received a BFA in dance with a concentration in architecture as of May 2020. Rachel has widened her knowledge performing classical and contemporary works by a wide range of choreographers including Barak Marshall, Crystal Pite, William Forsythe, Dwight Rhoden, and many others. She is diving into contemporary company work as a founding company member with Zeitgeist Dance Theatre and commercial industry, most recently in Brandy’s music video “Baby Mama” as seen on Good Morning America. She is currently pursuing her MA in Journalism for the Arts from USC. Throughout her studies and career, she has also pursued her passions for teaching, creating sustainable technology, and architecture as well.

Lauren Worley

dawsondancesf // In The Heights (2020)
Lauren Worley, originally from San Diego, California, began training extensively in ballet, modern, and jazz at Southern California Ballet under the direction of Sylvia Palmer and The Cecchetti Method. Here she completed all Cecchetti exams up to Advanced 2 and obtained her Teaching Certificate 1. For her senior year of high school she moved to Columbus, Ohio to join BalletMet Columbus’s Pre-Professional program where she had the opportunity to perform and tour with the company’s corps for their Nutcracker season. Throughout the next few years she attended intensives such as Alonzo King’s LINES Ballet, The Juilliard School, The Ailey School, and the Contemporary Program at Jacob’s Pillow, and in 2017 graduated with a BFA in Contemporary Dance Performance from The Boston Conservatory. That year she joined dawsondancesf to join performances of RITE2017, MANGAKU, and performances at Pixar animation studios. In 2018 she moved to NYC to freelance where she was cast in the upcoming 2020 Warner Brother’s release of Lin Manuel Miranda’s In The Heights, choreographed by Dana Danders, Ebony Williams, and Christopher Scott. Lauren continues to reside in NYC and looks to keep the dance community strong through virtual classes and meetups.

Madi McGain

Adelphi '17 // Freelance Choreographer
Madison McGain is a freelance artist based out of NYC and Santa Cruz. Since earning her BFA from Adelphi University in 2017, she has danced for KayCrudden Co, Mizanty Moves Dance, Spaces of Fontana, Amanda Selwyn Dance Theater, and Adaptations Dance Theatre, among others. She has performed at venues such as Austin Dance Festival, Queens Theatre, Wilson College, Actors Art Fund, Arts on Site, and Temple University. Her own work been presented at The CraftNY, 7MPR, Small Plates Dance Festival, and the New Work Series, funded by the NY Council on the Arts. Most recently, Madison has been selected to present work for the Post/Future Performance Festival. Madison is committed to using dance as means to illuminate topics fundamental to the human experience, with the hope she can cultivate true and honest connections between the work and its viewers

Darla MacDonald

Darla MacDonald is a Mexico City based contemporary dancer/ choreographer and educator that brings in her multi-cultural and mixed artistic background to delve into her movement vocabulary. She began her training in competition dance team with jazz, hip-hop, lyrical and character dance. Darla refined her technique while attending UC Santa Cruz studying improvisation, contact improv and theater performance movement. In this time she evolved her voice as a contemporary dancer and choreographer. Similarly, she has trained and performed internationally in Madrid, Spain and Mexico City, Mexico. Darla has choreographed and performed in short films, music videos and live shows such Random with a Purpose, RENT, Dead Dog’s Bone, and The Last Croissant.

Have more questions?

2020 Virtual Summer Intensive FAQ

 
2. Select the Program that you or your child will take.
 
*PLEASE NOTE: Teachers will be taking roll in class. *
 
3. Remember to write down your username and password and save it to your computer! You’ll need that info to get to class. 
 
4. Click on the Paypal Checkout button in the bottom right. 
 
5. Choose to either Subscribe with a Credit/Debit card or log in to Paypal to complete the transaction.
 
 
 
1. Log in, if you aren’t logged in already by clicking  HERE if you are attending the Summer Intensive.
(The page will be active 3 days prior to the start of the Intensive)
 
2. Choose Log In, then enter your username and password. 
 
3. This page is your TWDCC Online account. 
Go to the top left, where it says “Tannery World Dance & Cultural Center.” Hover on it, then click View Site below
 
4. Navigate to the Summer 2020 tab then in the dropdown menu, click on the “Attend” tab that corresponds to your program.
 
5. ***Take note of the zoom password at the top of the page 
 
6. Follow instructions for joining the Zoom meeting.
 

Follow the registration steps above for each individual child, using unique email addresses and names for each child. They will each have their own account.

If they have classes at the same time, please be aware that they will each need to use separate devices to access their class. If this isn’t possible for you, email us so we can help to find a solution! 

You pay the full registration fee when you purchase a program. You will not be charged again.

We are not offering refunds for classes missed. 

Click on the Email Us button below for help.

Email Micha at micha.twdcc@gmail.com with your child’s age, dance experience, and what genre of dance they want to enroll in. She’ll get back as soon as possible with a recommendation for an age appropriate class they can try. 

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Sweet! Lisa will help get you set up. Email her by clicking the button below. 

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