The 2019 Summer Dance Intensive at JCDC is three weeks long, Monday - Thursday 9:00am to 12:00pm each day. The intensive will cover the following styles of dance training:
The Dance Intensive is the perfect opportunity to learn from new instructors, push yourself to jump start your dance season, and continue dance education in a safe and positive environment.
It's an opportunity to take at a different studio with no pressure, as the intensive is open to EVERYONE, from any studio or dance team! It's a time to celebrate the art of dance and dance education!
The Dance Intensive is a three week long program, but it is a week-by-week payment. Meaning if all three weeks of the intensive aren't fitting to your schedule you can opt for one or two weeks.
The cost is $160 per week or $425 for all three weeks. That's 12 hours per week of dance training!
Discounts are offered to dancers from the same families (siblings/cousins) at a rate of 10% off your second family member.
DANCE TEAM DISCOUNTS: area dance teams with four or more members all receive 15% off their cost for the intensive. Open to middle school and high school dance teams- dancers do not have to all attend the same weeks to have the discount applied.
22 years old and originally from Conway, Arkansas. Kiley trained, taught, and assisted at Rock City Dance Center under Kristen Pittman for many years. She recently graduated from the University of Kansas where she got her BFA in dance and was part of the Rock Chalk dance team all four years. She trains in jazz, contemporary, lyrical, hip hop, and ballet. Her favorite styles to teach are jazz/jazzfunk, contemporary, and hip hop!
Brock Hayden Maze is a professional dancer and choreographer in New York City. He is originally from Lexington, Mo where he began dancing at Shapes Dance and Acro. Brock attended the University of Missouri-Kansas City to pursue dance. Some of Brock’s accomplishments include Disney Cruise Line, Music Videos, Live performances, and Choreography
Mia Rae Binggeli’s dance career began with the Vineland Regional Dance company where she performed in the Dance Educational Awareness Program for children and was a gala status participant in Regional Dance America. Ms. Binggeli continued her dance education on scholarship at Point Park University where she graduated with cum laude with a BA in dance. Mia moved to the big Apple where she now teaches, choreographs and performs professionally around the city.
Holly Hagman has over 20 years of experience in dance. Holly holds a
Bachelor of Science Degree in Theater with an emphasis in Dance Education and Administration from Kansas State University. While attending Kansas State, Holly was a member of the Classy Cat Dance Team as well as the Kansas State Repertory Company. Holly has taught, directed and choreographed for several award winning competitive dance companies and high school and collegiate dance teams from Kansas to Florida. She spent three summers as the Head of Dance at Camp Starlight in PA where she helped to develop a new dance program and competitive dance company. Recently, she developed a fitness program for the K-State Classy Cat Dance Team to improve strength and endurance. Holly currently teaches dance team prep and technique with Alexis Close for Invention Dance, teaches and judges for local competitions and intensives as well as teaching yoga, barre and other fitness classes for area studios and gyms.
Andie Stitt grew up in Kansas City, Kansas where she began dance training at the age of four. She took from many different educators at studios, conventions, camps and workshops throughout her elementary years. In high school, she was given the experience of a lifetime to travel with the Pulse Dance Convention to assist famous choreographers such as Dave Scott, Nappytabs, Brian Friedman and many more. She continued training at numerous studios, and decided to take her dance training to the next level by attending Wichita State University. In May of 2014, Andie graduated from Wichita State with a BFA focused in dance. Upon graduating, she was hired directly out of Wichita State’s dance program as a dance lecturer. She completed a two-year contract with Wichita State May of 2016. During her time in Wichita, Andie was also employed by Young Audiences affiliate program Arts Partners. With the help of Arts Partners, Andie would spend her afternoons bringing dance to at risk and low-income children in the community. She spends most weekends traveling to guest teach, choreograph for dance teams, or teach at intensives/camps throughout the country. She moved to Kansas City in June of 2016 and accepted a teaching job in the dance department at Kansas University. At Kansas University she teaches hip-hop, rhythm tap, jazz, modern and contemporary. She also works with the University Dance Company and the Rock Chalk Dance Team. She residentially teaches at a pre-professional studio in Lawrence and an elite training studio in Lenexa, KS. Andie is also the founder of “Dance on with Diabetes”, a support group for dancers living with Type 1 Diabetes. She recently joined the in studio touring company Technique Transformation founded by Scarlet Ryals. Technique Transformation provides an in depth exploration of all things technical to students and teachers. In addition, Andie enjoys sharing her knowledge with students as a dance adjudicator and convention teacher for Fire and Ice National Talent. Lastly, Andie is employed by the virtual competition and in-studio workshop Innovative Choreography. She is honored and humbled to have the opportunity to work with so many talented dancers.
Kia is from Overland Park Kansas, and grew up dancing on the competition team at Le Dance Studio, and was a four year member and captain of the Nationally ranked Blue Valley West Crimson Cats Dance Team. Kia is a current member of the Kansas State Classy Cats Dance Team and works for the National Dance Alliance on their staff! Some fun facts about Kia are that her favorite Disney movie is Lilo and Stitch and her favorite dance styles include sassy jazz, tap, and lyrical!
Marisa MacKay has performed professionally at the following Kansas City Theatres: The Kansas City Repertory Theatre, City Stage Theatre at Union Station, The Folly Theater, Starlight Theatre, The Civic Opera, Musical Theater Heritage, Princess Squid Productions, Theatre in the Park, Leawood Stage Co., The Barn Players, and others. She also danced en pointe for Hybrid in a featured role in performances of, “The Coppelia Project: A Clown Ballet”. She tours regionally as a featured performer (over the past six years consecutively) with El Monstero, The Pink Floyd Experience (St. Louis). Marisa holds a BFA in dance performance and a minor in theatre, along with the academic Golden Key award from The University of Missouri, Kansas-City and currently serves on the UMKC Conservatory Alumni Board as President, as well as on the Young Friends of the Conservatory Board. She is currently a Co-Artistic Director of Kansas City’s City in Motion Dance Theater. Her choreography has been performed at: The Fringe Festival in Edinburgh, Scotland; The Exchange Dance Festival in Tulsa, OK; A Modern Night at The Folly, the Choreographer’s Festival in Lawrence, Musical Theater Heritage, Kansas City’s Dance in the Park, The Pitch Mastermind Awards, UMKC Conservatory shows (dance department, opera department), The Jewish Community Center of Greater Kansas City, Olathe Civic Theatre Association, The Barn Players, Leawood Stage Co., Minds Eye Theatre, and Shawnee Mission Northwest High School. Marisa has danced all her life and has studied in Kansas City: Nallia’s School of Dance, Kansas City Dance Theatre Company, The Culture House, Legacy School of the Arts, and Kansas City Ballet. In NYC: Steps on Broadway, Broadway Dance Center, the Ailey School, Ballet Arts, Gibney Dance Center, and held a paid musical theatre internship with the Theatre Arts Center. Marisa has also studied ballet with Owen/Cox Dance Company, The Colorado Ballet in Denver, and at The Place in London, England with Raymond Chai. She has served as Artistic Director, choreographed and danced with Reach…a movement collective inc. for nine years, and as the Artistic Director and choreographer with The Smith Project for three years. With this company, she was awarded a two year Performance Artist Residency with Charlotte Street’s Urban Culture Project, “Best Outdoor Performance”, and spent a year as the resident dance company in the Unicorn Theatre on the Jerome Stage. In addition, she has performed with KC/Motion (2016-2018), was a guest performer (2008-2010) with Storling Dance Theatre and has performed as a company member with the 940 Dance Company in Lawrence, Kansas and with Kacico (Kansas City Contemporary Dance) in Kansas City. Film credits include: The lead in the independent film “Dead End”, placing third in the KAN Film Festival in 2001; JL’s “Password” music video from Strange Music LLC Productions, a featured dancer in “Fugue”, “The Water Nymph”, a music video by The Popsicles, and “Savage Love” by The Sexy Accident, as well as film shorts: “Suburban Bluff”, and “Summer of 69”. Marisa often works the local, regional and national commercial circuit including a national McDonalds spot. She is represented by Moxie Talent Agency, is an EMC candidate and currently trains at The Kansas City Ballet, Darling Yoga, and in Aerial arts and contortion at Kansas City Aerial Arts. Along with instructing the art of dance to all ages and levels, Marisa is a fitness professional who is certified Pilates and Yoga instructor and is a Barefoot Training Specialist. She is a dance instructor of fourteen years, and has taught at studios such as: City in Motion School of Dance, Liberation Dance Company, Legacy School of the Arts, Powerhouse Dance and Miss Maria’s Acrobat and Dance Studio.
To save your spot at the 2019 Summer Intensive simply email Michelle@JCDCdance.com with your dancers information!
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