January 12-17, 2015
Monday through SATURDAY
WHAT MAKES THIS INTENSIVE DIFFERENT
The philosophy guiding all of our Company’s workshops has always remained straightforward. Movement classes are designed to build technical strength and body awareness, but this is only one small aspect of how we develop as thinking dance artists. As a choreographer, I have always embraced the qualities that each of us possess as unique movers. A need to unearth those qualities is what continually draws me to this remarkable art form and creates the center of every work I’ve created. Our work is threaded together with a sense of humanity that embraces the individual as part of a larger community. Our workshops are a safe haven for exploration in an environment that challenges both body and mind.
The Winter Intensive is exactly that: six intensive days that distill the philosophy of the dances we create into a concentrated shared experience. We’ll explore the interweaving aspects of technique, repertory and creative investigation, and discover how that can extend far beyond our week together.
This intensive provides a supportive community in which to discover new challenges. I am confident that the unique structures and the personal teaching approach of the Company will leave you with new ideas, answers and questions about why we do what we do. I hope you will join us.
--Doug Varone, Artistic Director
Winter Intensive Costs
(prices include $75 non-refundable registration fee)
Tuition for NYC residents*
*To qualify for this rate, students must provide two forms of proof of residency within the five boroughs of New York City. Official mail, utility bills, driver’s license, etc. all qualify as proofs of residency. If you have questions about what you may submit, contact our office at 212.279.3344 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join us at the Joyce
For a limited time, we're offering workshop students discounted, prime orchestra tickets to our Joyce season! When you register for the Intensive by December 1st, select the add-on option: Join us at the Joyce. Learn more about our Joyce season here!
This program is supported, in part,
by public funds from the New York
City Department of Cultural Affairs.