Is your child interested in being part of a production? Kids who love acting, dancing, music, designing, directing, and many more activities will be able to use their talents to contribute to making a production during this summer program. Each day is from 9am-3pm and the program will be from June 6th-10th. More info can be found here.
Cost: $60 for full workshop or $15/drop in ($2 registration fee)
Instructors: Yelena Konetchy and Elif Tuzer
Dates: Nov. 14, 21 and Dec. 5, 12, 19
Time: 9:15 - 10:30 a.m.
Where: First Street Studios
Co-taught by Yelena Konetchy and Elif Tuzer, this Classical Modern and Ballet Technique workshop is designed to benefit adults interested in furthering their dance education. Classes will focus on Classical Dance technique, alternating dates with Ballet technique and Duncan DanceTechnique to refine musicality and the epaulement used in the classical line of the body in Dance. With a flexible curriculum, the classes will be tailored to dancers enrolled. Teachers are professional and will help you reach your goals. Prepare to sweat and have a great time!
Dates: Nov. 2 - Dec. 17 (Nov. 23-27 NO CLASSES)
Cost: $80/1-hour a week or $150/2-hour a week
$10 for each additional program
Where: First Street Studios
M 4-5pm Ballet I (Ages 8-11)
M 5-6pm Ballet II (Ages 12-15)
Th 4-5pm Ballet III (Ages 15-18)
W 3-4pm Dance Infusion I (Ages 4-6)
Th 1-2pm Dance Infusion I (Ages 4-6)
W 4-5pm Dance Infusion II (Ages 7-10)
W 5-6pm Dance Infusion III (Ages 11-14)
M 12-1pm Acting I (Ages 7-10)
Th 5-6pm Acting I (Ages 7-10)
M 1-2pm Acting II (Ages 11-13)
T 6-7pm Acting II (Ages 11-13)
M 2-3pm Acting III (Ages 14-18)
T 7-8pm Acting III (Ages 14-18)
M 5:30-6:30pm Playwriting I (Ages 9-11)
T 2-3pm Playwriting I (Ages 9-11)
T 6-7pm Playwriting I (Ages 9-11)
M 6:30-7:30pm Playwriting II (Ages 11-14)
T 12:30-1:30pm Playwriting II (Ages 11-14)
T 7-8pm Playwriting II (Ages 11-14)
M 7:30-8:30pm Playwriting III (Ages 15-18)
T 3-4pm Playwriting III (Ages 15-18)
T 8-9pm Playwriting III (Ages 15-18)
Loyal II The Soil aims to connect artistic creation with renewable resources to instill an environmental awareness in youths. The festival will feature family oriented activities, including back-to-school arts and crafts using recyclable materials, dance and acting performances, and local entertainment. Guests are encouraged to bring recycled materials to use in the arts and crafts or to be repurposed at the event.
During the festival, B*Tru Arts will be hosting a silent auction of unique local goods and services. Attendance is free to the general public, and all proceeds benefit Austin performing arts and education. Parking is available, but carpooling, biking and walking is encouraged.
Join the earth friendly movement with B*Tru Arts and help celebrate the end of summer with live entertainment, “make it, take it” crafts, and supporting local artists.