Dancing, like any art form, isn’t something you stop learning once you’ve got a degree and actually start making money at it. Even the pros can be life-long students, and students always need help from their fellow pros.
This summer’s “Move-It” workshop brought choreographers both local (Ririe-Woodbury’s own Charlotte Boye-Christensen, capoeira instructor Jamaika) and national (New York’s Karole Armitage and Kay Cummings, among others) to work with professional dancers, dancers-in-training and aspiring dancers in a series of workshops. High school students mingle with those who want
a chance to learn how to teach dance. Friday, the general public can
get a peek at what these folks have learned by attending a free
performance. Get there early to see how beautiful education can be.