Move Me: From Studio to the Stage
Learn ballet, jazz, contemporary and modern dance from professional artists. Bowen McCauley Dance Company members present excerpts from the company repertoire and teach new choreography, guiding students through an authentic warm-up and performance rehearsal process. They will learn about body awareness and injury prevention, and improve motor skills and coordination. Dancers will gain confidence and experience the life of a professional dancer and take part in the energy, excitement and repertoire of a professional dance company. This educational, fun and fast-paced program will have dancers in shape for a culminating performance at the end of each session where students will show off their moves for family and friends!
Studio to the Stage! can be designed to fit the educational needs of each school and have often integrated movement with other subject areas such as art, creative writing, history, music, and more. Bowen McCauley Dance brings highly-qualified professional dancers to the classroom to teach dance through a fun and interactive educational experience.
20th Season residencies include:
Bullis Summer Programs • Potomac, MD
Campbell Elementary School • Arlington, VA
Carlin Springs Elementary School • Arlington, VA
Churchill Road Elementary School • McLean, VA
Glebe Elementary School • Arlington, VA
Kenmore Middle School • Kenmore Junior Company, Arlington, VA
Marshall Road Elementary School • Vienna, VA
St. Agnes Catholic School • Arlington, VA
The Kennedy Center’s DC Partnership Schools Initiative • Brightwood Education Campus, Washington, DC
Washington-Lee High School • Arlington, VA
Other residencies have included a multitude of schools such as:
Carderock Springs Elementary School •Bethesda, MD
Georgetown Visitation • Washington, DC
Kirov Academy of Ballet • Washington, DC
Nottingham Elementary School • Arlington, VA
The Kennedy Center’s DC Partnership Schools Initiative • Takoma Education Campus, Washington, DC
The Langely School Summer Studio • McLean, VA
For more information on workshops and residencies, contact Joanna Janascius, Director of Marketing and Community Programming.