Kathryn Sullivan - Ballet
Kathryn Sullivan teaches at STEPS on Broadway, the Peridance Capezio Center, and the Joffrey Contemporary Summer Intensive, as well as Barnard College at Columbia University. She has taught ballet in NYC for over 25 years; many of her students are in major dance companies, on Broadway or are now teachers . She was a professional ballet dancer for many years, performing with the Boston Ballet, Les Grands Ballet Canadiens, Connecticut Ballet, and Les Ballet de Nancy. She has taught at Broadway Dance Center, Ballet Hispanico, and La Guardia High School of Performing Arts. Ms. Sullivan collaborated with pianists on Roper Records CDs for ballet class, made a DVD of ballet routines, "Ballet with Style", has written articles for all major dance magazines and directed three documentaries on modern dance. Kathryn was featured in Dance Teacher magazine in Oct 2013 & July 2015. She created the popular barre accessory, “The Ballet Glider “. www.balletglider.com
Anthony Locascio - Tap
Anthony Locascio is a native New Yorker who has performed, taught and toured internationally as a tap dancer since 1994. He has appeared on Regis & Kathie Lee, Good Day New York, and MTV Live and has performed and taught all across the USA and countless other countries. Anthony was an original NYC cast member and the first American to earn a standing role in Tap Dogs, the longest running tap show ever. Anthony's true passion is teaching, performing & choreographing which has led him to the unexpected birth of his own tap company, #Taplife and #TaplifeToo, the pre professional “sister company” to #Taplife. Once taking on the role of Artistic Director for #Taplife and #TaplifeToo, he started developing the show “Sounds of a #Taplife” and producing original music videos featuring #Taplife Company. Anthony’s current projects are not only dance related as he has a keen interest in technological developments that can enhance the dance studio industry. You can often take class with Anthony at Broadway Dance Center in NYC or find him in rehearsals at American Tap Dance Foundation.
Donna Flagg - Lastics & Proper Stretching
After spending her childhood dancing, Donna went on to study at Philadelphia University of the Arts, and graduated from Rutgers University with a degree in Dance. Influenced by her training in classical ballet, jazz, modern and musical theater, Donna created Lastics, a technique designed to help people improve their flexibility. Lastics trains you to articulate your body in ways that elongates your muscles from the inside. Her stretch classes have been taught at the Joffrey Ballet School in New York, Joffrey Academy of Dance in Chicago, New Jersey Dance Center and The New York Health and Racquet Club. Donna is a featured guest every year at Cal-a- Vie Health Spa in San Diego, California.
Chio Yamada - Jazz Funk
Chio Yamada has been a faculty member at Broadway Dance Center since 2001, where she teaches the very popular Jazz/Funk classes, as well as various workshops such as "The Pulse", the Summer/Winter workshop series and Teachers workshops. She has traveled to studios all over North/South America, Canada and Europe teaching master classes and doing choreographing. Her television, video, stage and commercial credits as a dancer/choreographer/instructor include: 1 st look NY on NBC, Good Morning America on ABC, Bacardi, KTU radio Beatstock, the New Jersey Nets and New York Devils/Ironman Dance Teams.
(including lunch for students and continental breakfast for teachers):
FOUR DANCE ROOMS AVAILABLE*:
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Priority Registration for current ADTNJ Members starts on September 23, 2017. Open Registration starts October 7, 2017.
Registration closes October 21, 2017
+ Subject to Availability. We reserve the right to close all rooms as they become full or cancel rooms with insufficient enrollment. Absolutely no changes or refunds will be allowed after the workshop registration closes one week prior to the workshop.
UPCOMING ADTNJ Dance Workshops at the Bridgewater Marriott:
October 29, 2017 & January 28, 2018