Broadway Dance Week
August 16 - August 20, 2021
For intermediate to experienced dancers.
Summer 2021 | Session VI
Weekdays (5 days)
9 am - 3 pm *Note 6-hour day
$295

This class for intermediate to experienced dancers will include technique instruction along with a heavy focus on learning musical theatre styles including some of the most well-known choreography ever to appear on Broadway stages. Part of the day will include improvisation and instruction on how to choreograph for theatrical performance. This class concludes with a final presentation on stage featuring some of the choreography learned in class.

Instructors

Teaching Artist: Sheryl Linfante


General Policies: Payment is due in full at time of reservation. For classes this fall, we offer a Multiple enrollment discount (10%) by household (i.e. 2 students taking 1 class, or 1 student taking 2 classes). Classes are subject to minimum enrollment. Classes that don't hit the minimum enrollment 72 hours before begins opens will be cancelled and a refund issued immediately. Please read our Parent Pack (Spring 2021) for more information.

As always, financial assistance is available. Please email [email protected] to inquire.

Specific Pandemic-Related Policies:

  • We must receive a signed Parent Pack (Spring 2021) from a parent/guardian of each enrolled student. Use this link to download, or we will email you 10-14 days before the first class with this file as an attachment.
  • All students, teachers and staff are required to wear a mask (including during final performance). Masks are also required during arrival and dismissal when social distancing may not be possible.
  • Spring 2021: Each class limited to 12 students. Only 1 class will be on site at a time.
  • Summer 2021: Each class limited to 15 students and will not share space with other classes.
  • Utilize the theatre lobby for arrival and dismissal.
  • Classes will meet on the stage or in our 25' x 25' acting studio. Each student will be assigned a dedicated 'home' area for water bottle/jacket etc. Students will maintain social distance during class.
  • All students must bring their own water bottle(s), marked with their name.
  • Hand sanitizer is made available on site.
  • Algonquin will consistently clean the facility as recommended by state guidelines for operation.
  • All programs are subject to switch to an online model temporarily or permanently if mandated by state policies or if there is exposure of a student/teaching artist to COVID-19.
  • Because of the evolving nature of the pandemic, all policies are subject to change. We do not expect the mask wearing requirement to change during the Winter or Spring semester.
  • Spring 2021: Students may invite up to 8 guests to the final class presentation. All attendees must wear masks and seating will be assigned.
  • Summer 2021: Attendance for the final showcase will be determined at a later date (we expect each student can bring at least 4 guests).
  • Before attending any class, students/parents must be able to answer NO to the following questions:
    - Any temperature (above 100) or symptoms of COVID-19 in the past 48 hours?
    - Have you been in contact with anyone positive for COVID-19?
    - Do any members of your household have COVID-19 or are any awaiting COVID test results?
    - Have you traveled to any NJ quarantined state in the past 10 days?