Spring Adult Repertory Classes starting in March & April

Repertory Classes will perform in Casco Bay Movers’ annual Spring Concert held on Saturday, June 18, 2022, at Westbrook Performing Arts Center. 

Repertory classes are designed for adult dancers interested in deepening their dance practice by learning choreographic work for performance. Repertory classes will focus on choreography only; therefore, participation in repertory classes requires students to take the preceding technique class. Prioritizing attendance for weekly technique and repertory class meetings, dress rehearsal on Friday, June 17, and performance on Saturday, June 18 is required.

Intermediate Hip Hop Repertory with  Elizabeth Lau | Mondays, 7:30-8 PM beginning March 28 ($150) There will be one additional 30-minute rehearsal on a Monday closer to the performance. Dancers must take Intermediate Hip Hop from 6:30-7:30 pm in order to participate.

Advanced Tap Repertory with  Alycia Miner | Tuesdays, 6:45 – 7 pm beginning March 8 ($125)                               There will be one additional sixty-minute rehearsal on a weekend TBD. Dancers must take Int/Adv Tap from 5:45–6:45 pm to participate.

Inter Contemporary Modern Repertory with Emily Getchell | Tuesdays, 8:15–9 pm beginning April 12 ($175) Dancers must take Slow Inter Modern Jazz from 6:45–8:15 pm to participate.

Intermediate Tap Repertory with Laurie Chiasson | Wednesdays, 7:45–8 pm beginning March 23 ($80) Dancers must take Slow Inter Tap from 6:45–7:45 pm to participate.

Frequently asked questions:

Why do I need to take the class preceding the repertory class?  Repertory classes will strictly be for learning choreography.  The technique classes before each repertory class will prepare your body and mind for the challenge of picking up choreography quickly and safely, by providing a proper and thorough warm-up.

Why are the repertory class registration fees different? Each choreographer has set their own schedule for the repertory classes which means that each course meets for varying amounts of time.   Repertory classes require payment in full and commitment to the full term of the class.  Punch cards or single class payments are accepted for the drop-in technique classes.

Will there be a costume fee?  There is generally not a costume fee for adult repertory groups.  Most often the group decides with the choreographer on a theme and dancers will source their own costume. However, in some instances, the choreographer may decide to purchase costumes.  This will be discussed in each group. The goal is always to keep costs low and to purchase items that can be repurposed.