BOOT CAMP 2018 wrapped up on August 4th - a great time had by all - see you next year!
In partnership with the Dance Program at the University of Houston, Karen Stokes Dance is offering two weeks of summer dance classes at affordable rates for dancers in the community. ALL CLASSES OPEN TO PUBLIC: Advanced Intermediate-Professional level.
Pre-Registration for all eight classes: $75.00 Total / $60.00 Current UH students
Registration after July 13th for all eight classes: $85.00 Total / $70.00 Current UH students
Drop in rate for single class: $12.00 per class / $10.00 per class for current UH students
Register IN ADVANCE by paying for the camp via the above (RED REGISTER) button!
Our fabulous line-up of 2018 Boot Camp Teachers: Annie Arnoult, Teresa Chapman, Keith Cross, Jackie Bobet, Riolama Lorenzo-Lasa, Jane Weiner, Toni Valle
Monday July 23, 7-8:30pm: Teresa Chapman, int-adv modern
Wednesday July 25, 7-8:30pm: Toni Valle (Special aerial class offered off campus)
Thursday July 26, 7-8:30pm: Jackie Bobet, int-adv modern
Saturday July 28, 10-11:30am: Keith Cross, int-adv modern
Monday July 30, 7-8:30pm: Rio Lorenzo Lasa, int-adv ballet
Wednesday Aug 1, 7-8:30pm: Toni Valle (Special aerial class offered off campus)
Thursday Aug 2, 7-8:30pm, Jane Weiner, int-adv modern
Saturday Aug 4, 10-11:30am, Annie Arnoult, int-adv modern
Dance classes will be held at University of Houston, in Melcher Gym room 230 on Monday, Thursday, & Saturday. Melcher Gym is located on Holman St between Scott & Cullen Blvd. Go into door with red awning, and upstairs to second floor. Metered Street Parking and covered garage parking available.
Aerial classes (Wednesday) will be held at The Artz Houston Aerial Studio, 1824 Spring Street. #124, Houston, TX 77007
KSD is a 501c3 non-profit company, and all donations are tax-deductible to the full extent allowed by law.
Karen Stokes has been creating original dance theater in Houston Texas for over 20 years.
Stokes has been recognized as the "best choreographer in Houston" and received a Masterminds award from Houston Press.