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Dance with the stars at Masters Dance Classes

Young dancers who dream of someday gracing the Broadway stage have the opportunity to dance alongside the pros with California Musical Theatre’s Masters Dance Classes, beginning March 18.

Each class coincides with a Broadway Sacramento production, giving experienced dance students 14 and older the chance to share in the pre-performance rituals of Broadway stage actors and dancers. The March 18 class will be taught by a cast member from “9 to 5;” the April class by a “Young Frankenstein” cast member and the June class by performers from “Mary Poppins.”

Additionally, California Musical Theater’s Summer Dance Class gives students with 3 or more years of experience the chance to work with professional choreographers and dancers from Music Circus. Guest instructors change every week, letting students experience the work of choreographers of different styles. Classes focus on style, technique, and professional preparation, often featuring choreography from the current Music Circus season.

For more information on the Masters or Summer Dance classes, to sign up or to receive an application  call (916) 446-5880, ext. 122, or e-mail education@calmt.com.

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