Moe-tion Dance Theater Company Member to Teach
at Centenary's Outreach Conservatory of Dance Program
|Hannah Rolfes of Moe-tion Dance Theater
||Sept. 3 - Dec. 5, 2013
||Aug. 26, 2013
||Middle school aged students between ages 11-13 must contact the program director before registering for classes.
||1 class per week $130.00
2 classes per week $195.00
3 classes per week $275.00
|Registration Form / Print Copy
||Conservatory of Dance - Fall 2013 Registration Form (.pdf)
(Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader: free download)
This brochure serves as a Print Copy of the information shown on this page, as well as the registration form.
||For more information please contact the Centenary Stage Company Box Office
Hannah Rolfes of Moe-tion Dance Theater will be teaching Modern Dance I and II this fall in the Centenary Conservatory of Dance Outreach Program. Moe-tion Dance Theater is a NJ based contemporary modern dance company dedicated to experimenting and creating new forms of expression and well known for their diverse repertory and site-specific work. Hannah Rolfes is a professional dancer, teacher, and choreographer and has been a company member of moe-tion dance theater, under the Artistic Direction of Maureen Glennon, since 2007. She received a B.A. in Dance, Cum Laude, with a concentration in Arts Management from the University of Richmond in Virginia. She has also studied with world-renowned artists including Chris Aiken, Angie Hauser, Irene Dowd, Paul Matteson, and Shonach Mirk-Robles.
The Conservatory of Dance at Centenary College provides the community with affordable, high-quality dance classes and is designed to introduce dancers to professionals who are currently working as choreographers, dancers and educators in dance and theatre at a collegiate level.
Classes will run from September 3 – December 5. Middle school aged students between ages 11-13 must contact the program director before registering for classes. Class prices are 1 class per week $130.00, 2 classes per week $195.00 and 3 classes per week $275.00. Registration deadline is August 26.
Photo: From the Dance Concert - Spring 2010
The fall classes offered are:
Modern I and II
Tuesday 4pm – 5:20pm
A combination of different modern dance techniques for the beginner dancer as well as those wishing to refresh their skills in modern dance. Vocabulary will be broken down and emphasis will be placed on understanding proper placement, coordination, musicality and the joy of moving the body in space.
Ballet I and II
Tuesday 5:30 – 6:40pm
Ballet I and II will focus on the fundamentals of Classical Ballet. Vocabulary will be broken down and emphasis will be placed on understanding proper placement, coordination, musicality and execution. Ballet II students will explore more challenging movement during center floor work, across the floor movement, and choreography.
Jazz I and II
Tuesday 7:00pm – 8:20pm
A beginner to advanced beginner level jazz course designed to introduce the student to the technical fundamentals of contemporary jazz dance. The class will focus on building a dance vocabulary which will bring the dance student to the next level. The student will be introduced to various jazz styles and techniques.
Thursday 4pm – 5:10pm
Learn the elements of ballroom and Latin dance in this introductory course. Basic partnering patterns will be introduced for the Rumba, Cha-cha, Salsa, and others.
Friday 10am – 11:10am
Designed to increase flexibility, strength, and energy while improving muscle tone. No previous experience is required. Emphasis will be placed on deepening awareness of the body, understanding of posture, and breathing techniques.
For more information please contact the Centenary Stage Company box office at 908-979-0900.
Photo: From the Spring, 2011 Centenary College Dance performance in the David
and Carol Lackland Center