Centenary Stage Company and Centenary College
Accepting Registrations for Conservatory of Dance
Photo: From the Dance Concert - Spring 2010
||Jan. 21 – May 6, 2013
|Early Registration Deadline
||Register before Jan. 6, 2013 and receive a 15% discount on class.
||Students must be 11 years old to participate
|| 1 class per week $130.00
that meet twice a week (Modern and Ballet) are the single class price)
2 classes per week $195.00
per week $275.00
YPW students receive a 50% discount on all classes
|Registration Form / Print Copy
||Conservatory of Dance - Spring 2013 Registration Form (.pdf)
(Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader: free download)
This brochure serves as a Print Copy of the information shown on this page, as well as the registration form.
||For more information please contact the Centenary Stage Company Box Office
Centenary Stage Company will offer a series of special dance classes for the public this winter and spring, with a mission
to provide high-quality training without the requirements of a recital. Held in the state-of-the-art facilities of the
new Lackland Center of Centenary College, the dance studio is known as one of the largest dance studios in NJ.
The Conservatory of Dance at Centenary College provides the community with affordable, high- quality dance classes, designed
to introduce dancers to professionals who are currently working as choreographers, dancers and educators in the world
of dance and theatre. The program allows dancers, middle school to adult, to train on a collegiate level without the
pressure of financial strains. The classes being offered in the Conservatory this Spring Semester are the following:
Beginner Dance (Middle School-Adult)
So you think you can’t dance? Well come to this
class and learn the joy of dance in a fun supportive environment. This class will take you through the basics of ballet,
modern and jazz and much more!
Theatre Dance (High School-Adult)
A combination of different styles of Musical Theatre
dance. Emphasis will be placed on executing the different genres of dance used in this style, musicality, acting, interpretation
of character, as well as class ensemble work.
Modern I and II (Middle School-Adult)
A combination of different modern dance techniques
for the beginner to advanced beginner dancer as well as those wishing to refresh their skills in modern dance. Vocabulary
will be broken down and emphasis will be placed on understanding proper placement, coordination, musicality and the joy
of moving the body in space.
Ballet I and II (Middle School-Adult)
For the beginner student who wishes to learn and work slowly
on the fundamentals of Classical Ballet. Vocabulary will be broken down and emphasis will be placed on understanding
proper placement, coordination, musicality and the joy of moving the body in space. Ballet II offers the advanced student
a more challenging warm up, choreography, and center floor work. Knowledge of ballet vocabulary, proper body alignment,
and technique are suggested for this level.
Jazz I (High School-Adult)
Tuesday 7:00pm – 8:10pm:
Beginner to advanced beginner level jazz course designed to
introduce the student to the technical fundamentals of Contemporary Jazz dance. The class will focus on building a dance
vocabulary which will bring the dance student to the next level. The student will be introduced to the various styles
and techniques of the jazz world.
Beginner Ballroom (High School-Adult)
Learn the elements of ballroom and Latin dance in this
introductory course. Basic partnering patterns will be introduced for the Rumba, Cha- Cha, Salsa and Swing Dance.
Conservatory of Dance classes will run from January 21st – May 6th. All courses are taught by Centenary College
Dance Faculty. Students must be 11 years old to participate. Class prices are 1 class per week $130.00, 2 classes per
week $195.00, and 3 classes per week $275.00. Register before January 6th and receive a 15% discount on class. Classes
that meet twice a week (Modern and Ballet) are the single class price. For more information please contact the Centenary
Stage Company Box Office at 908-979-0900 or tour our Web site further.
Photo: From the Spring, 2011 Centenary College Dance performance in the David
and Carol Lackland Center