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Outdoors Series: Dance As If No One Is Watching! Session Two (Sold Out)

January 28th, 2021

$55.00$65.00

Fridays, 10:00-1o:40 am (February 26, February 26, March 5, March 19)

This 4-week series is geared towards 3-6 year olds. Caretaker participation is highly encouraged.

MAC is proud to offer a Second Session of the well-received class Dance As If No One Is Watching! This class will be an extension of the first session, but is also open to newcomers as well.

This creative movement class led by Amanda Keller Fruchter will encourage kids and their caregivers to move and groove in Markeim’s socially-distant, spacious outdoors yard! Kids will have the opportunity to let loose and express themselves freely through dance, and will be hopping, skipping, jumping, and sashaying throughout the space. The class will consist of a warm-up followed by a new step taught each week, each of which are part of the ballet or modern dance repertoire. The class draws from multiple mediums in addition to dance (such as storytelling, fine art, and music) to encourage interdisciplinary learning. Please note, this class can be modified to accommodate physical differences.

Markeim staff will mark clear areas for each participant in our spacious outdoors yard to ensure safe and proper physical distancing. Masks are required. We ask that registrants are accompanied by a caregiver for the duration of each class.

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Description

Amanda Keller Fruchter is a teacher, choreographer, and dancer. She holds a Master of Fine Arts degree in Dance and Choreography from Temple University as well as a Master of Arts in Arts Education Research from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. In addition, she holds a Bachelor of Arts from the New School University with dual majors in Social and Historical Inquiry and Dance. She has many years of experience as a professional dancer and choreographer. Her diverse teaching experience ranges from teaching the cultural and historical context of dance on the university level to teaching creative movement to elementary school children.