Susan Tenney directs a class that incorporates elements of three major Modern Dance techniques (Graham, Limon, Cunningham) in addition to her own sensibility of movement and choreography. Each class consists of a warm-up and short combinations that grow and engage the dancers into longer and more complex combinations that explore dynamics, rhythms, and dramatic arcs within sequencing. Poetic imagery as catalyst for improvisational exercises are also at times incorporated allowing the dancers to get in touch with their own creativity and personal expression.
NOTE: Class will be held at Princeton Ballet School, 301 N. Harrison St., Princeton Shopping Center (2nd floor at Harrison Street end of McCaffrey’s). Women: leotard of any color, black or pink tights. unitards, skirts, and t-shirts OK. Men: t-shirt, black tights, dance belt. Sweatpants OK. Footwear for Ballet 101: ballet technique shoes. All students are required to wear masks at class.