ADT-NJ SCHOLARSHIP FUND RAFFLE:
Winner will be announced at our Winter Workshop.
Money raised from our raffle will go to our ADT-NJ Scholarship Fund.
GINGER COX - Contemporary/Lyrical
Ginger Cox is on faculty at Pace University and has been on faculty at BDC for over 15 years. featured in Dancetrain Magazine for her dynamic teaching style and contributions to dance education, Gnger has taught master classes in Mexico, Italy, Paris, Luxembourg, Switzerland, Japan, at Danse Encore festival in Quebec, the Earl Mosley Summer Institute, the Joffrey Texas, and throughout the States. Ginger holds a Masters in Kinesiology, a BFA in Dance, and the creator of the Dancing Anatomy Workshop. She is certified by the National Academy of Sports Medicine as a Corrective Exercise Specialist and Personal Trainer, and was recently a featured article in Dance Informa about teaching anatomy in dance. Ginger has presented seminars at the Dance Science and Somatics conference, the Bill Evans 6th Annual Somatic Conference, and the Dance Educators Training Institute.
Her versatile choreography is described by theJazz Dance E-news as ‘absorbing and inventive, with amusing creativity. The greatest exploration of the choreographic voice within jazz dance was seen in the work of Ginger Cox.” She’s choreographer for Nike, the NJ Nets Dancers, recording artist Lijie, Japan’s Hanayashiki Show, the Élan Awards, honoring Mr. Lar Lubavich, the Brooklyn Dance Festival, Dancing Wheels Company, Collaborative Movement Dance Company, Wise Fruit, Giving Tree Series, WaxWorks, Dancers Responding to Aids, the Queens Fringe Festival, Independent films, industrials, and the NuDance Festival, where the NY Times quoted “the selection of choreographers was unusually good.”
Ginger is on the Faculty Advisory Board at BDC, the board for the Young Choreographers Dance Festival, and has contributed to articles in Dance Teacher Magazine and Dance Spirit. Some of her many performance highlights include Saturday Night Live with Molly Shannon and Jimmy Falon, Radio City Music Hall with Lou Bega, industrials and dance concerts.
All participants must sign the ADTNJ Workshop Release Form. One waiver form per studio must be handed in at the ADTNJ Registration Table upon check-in.
REBECCA FRAZIER - Jazz Progressions
Rebecca Frazier trained at the Albany Dance Institute under David Otto, a former soloist at New York City Ballet, and one of the last dancers to be selected for the company by Balanchine. Rebecca was selected by children’s ballet mistress Garielle Whittle to perform children’s roles for NYCB during their summer residence at the Saratoga Performing Arts Center. Rebecca received additional training at the Saratoga Summer Dance Intensive and at the Ballet Regent School in Saratoga Springs, from former NYCB Michael Steele. Rebecca performed junior corps de ballet roles in Albany Berkshire Ballet’s The Nutcracker.
Rebecca assisted Jeff Shade’s theater dance classes at Marymount Manhattan and Steps on Broadway. Rebecca is a member of Actor’s Equity Association and has performed in regional theaters around the country and in New York City. Rebecca is the choreographer for recording artist JR Price. She was the choreographer for the award-winning short film Dream No 37, 091, a New Filmmakers NY 2020 Official Selection.
In New York City, Rebecca has presented work at Dixon Place, NYC Choreographers Forum, National Choreography Month (NACHMO), American Liberty Ballet, Fertile Ground, and NachmoX. Rebecca frequently creates choreography, musical staging and direction for musical theatre at regional theaters around the country, and was a featured choreographer at the New York Theater Barn’s Choreography Lab. Rebecca has created dance for camera and her work has been featured on several online dance film festivals, including Dixon Place’s Dance Quarantine IV and The Studio on Pope’s Island’s Fall-O-Ween Fest. Rebecca’s dance film installation “Selbstliebe” is part of Robot Love Art at the Foosaner Art Museum in Melborne, FL.
Rebecca’s teaching is rooted in the Balanchine tradition of athleticism and musicality. She currently is on the faculty of The Classic Dance Experience and The Dance Expo conventions and she has guest taught all over the tri-state area, and for the Salt City Dance Festival. Rebecca also teaches private ballet lessons in New York City.
Rebecca teaches ballet, pointe, jazz and musical theater, and her own class called Pop Ballet, in which students work on accessing musicality in a deeper way through ballet vocabulary to pop music. The class is formatted with a barre, across the floor, and combination to finish, all to pop music.
Danielle Diniz - Theater
Ms. Diniz was a choreographer for DanceBreak 2020 (musical theater's leading platform for upcoming Broadway choreographers) and has been commissioned to create new works for Jacob's Pillow, Performance Santa Fe, Avant Chamber Ballet, two ballets for Columbia Ballet Collaborative, Ballet Hartford and Central Utah Ballet's 21/22 season. She is a winner of the New York Dance Project Choreography Competition, and her work has been shown in Stars of American Ballet rep (dir. Daniel Ulbricht), New York Choreographers’ Forum, the Steps Beyond Foundation performance lab, Jazz Choreography Enterprises, Nebula Dance Festival and the Higher Ground Festival, among others. She also choreographed the AEA production of the Vaudevillian musical 'On the Air' and this summer choreographed, and assistant directed the musical theater showcase at The American Musical and Dramatic Academy.
She has recently been awarded a grant from the NYC Council for the Arts/City Artist Corps to present a full evening of her choreography this fall.
Ms. Diniz trained at In the Spotlight, winning regional and national titles and scholarships, and supplemented her performance studies at the Paper Mill Playhouse Musical Theater Summer Conservatory and the Lee Strasberg Theater and Film Institute.
After earning her B.A. from Cornell University (major in English and Theater, minor in Dance), she joined the Dirty Dancing national tour (u/s Baby, Lisa and Elizabeth) and performed regionally in multiple shows, including featured roles in National Pastime and My Fair Lady, both under the direction of Tony nominee Hunter Foster and Waitress's Lorin Latarro. She served as Dance Captain/Phantom for three years of this team's The Rocky Horror Show and was Associate Choreographer for the production's fourth incarnation.
This Workshop will have three (3) dance rooms:
There will be no junior room at this event
Upcoming ADT-NJ Workshop
Sunday, January 30, 2022
at NJ School of Ballet - Florham Park, NJ
Time: 9:00 am - 1:15 pm
*ADT-NJ Member Dues must be current in order to receive the Priority Registration Link via email
+ Subject to Availability. We reserve the right to close the class as it becomes full or cancel class with insufficient enrollment. Absolutely no changes or refunds will be allowed after the workshop registration closes two weeks prior to the workshop.