Saturday, July 14 | 10 AM | $25
Have a fun workout while you dance off the summer calories with dancer/choreographer Kristin Sudeikis!
Dance Party: Saturday, July 14 at 10 AM and Fridays, August 24 & 31 at 6:30 PM
Dance Break: Sundays, August 26 and September 2 at 11 AM
$25 per class
Kristin Sudeikis is a choreographer, dancer, teacher, director and producer, and a highly involved and influential member of the New York metropolitan, national, and international dance communities. Her work has reached international heights in Stockholm, Sweden, Switzerland, Spain and Oslo, Norway
As both Artistic Director of Kristin Sudeikis Dance and as a commercial choreographer, Kristin creates work that is rooted in igniting social activism and connected to the world—seeking to affect lasting change through ephemeral moments. whether on stage, on set, or in the studio, Kristin’s driving focus is to allow others to experience the true and real social impact that is created when music, time, space, and ‘the other’ connect. Ultimately, Kristin encourages dancers to reach far beyond any limitations they may perceive themselves to have, “only then, can they tap into what they want to become. dance is a gift. study hard. take care of it. never cease striving to become the artist you want to be.”
When at home in New York City, Kristin teaches at Broadway Dance Center and at Peridance Capezio Center. She also travels nationally and internationally, choreographing, performing, and presenting master classes at colleges, studios, and festivals on tours across America, including New York, San Francisco, Raleigh, Houston, and Stamford, CT. She has been awarded the New York Foundation for the Arts fiscal sponsorship.
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