Dance Workshop News & Updates
Celebrating 33 years of Dance in Davis!

It's time to register for Spring Session classes.  The week of February 12 - 17 is specifically for our currently enrolled
students (especially when a class is full). Then, beginning Monday, February 19, we begin open enrollment. It's really important
to remember that this is the special week for our current students... All this week we hold spaces for you! Next week, we don't.
Click on the link to see the schedule:
  Spring I Session.

Oh! And while most of our schedule has stayed the same...wi
th another Introduction to Dance class, taught by new faculty
member,
Eunique Collins, we've also added another Pre-Ballet A, taught by Manon Spycher on Saturdays. PLUS.... A Leaps,
Turns & Jumps Class (for Level 2's and higher) that is double booked with a Level 1 Contemporary for kids... Whichever one
gets the most sign-ups will run.


For your planning, we celebrate all the Monday holidays in January and February with dance! That means that our schedules
run as normal  but please feel free to call if you have questions.

What else is coming? Save the dates: Friday, March 2 and Saturday, March 3! It's time for the 21st (!!!) Annual Davis
Dance Project. Produced by Pamela Trokanski and the PT Dance Theatre, this year's focus is on
ART in 4 Dimensions...
Have you ever wondered how a painting might sound? Or move? Or speak? This concert looks at 6 different pieces of visual
art and how they were interpreted in music, dance and poetry by artists in different mediums. Plus...children 12 and younger
can come for FREE, although they do need to be supervised by an adult. Show times are 7:00pm on Friday and Saturday, with
an additional 3:00pm Matinee on Saturday.

Dance for Parkinson's  Our Dance for Parkinson's classes resume Tuesday, January 16. Taught by Pamela Trokanski, with
former PTDT dancer and current Bikram Yoga instructor Erin Dunning returning as a class assistant! This is one of the Dance
Theatre's community outreach programs, done in partnership with the Mondavi Center for the Arts & The Mark Morris Dance
Group.

Do you, or someone you know, have Parkinson's Disease? These classes are about having fun and getting exercise within a
community that understands your needs. To find out more about this program, including how to register for this free class, just
click on the "Dance for Parkinson's" link above. Want to know more about the Dance Theatre's Community Outreach
Programs? Just go to the company's web site at
www.trokanski.org.  

Life in 11 Dimensions is coming to a parking lot near you! (It will be built on the existing parking lot with over 100 parking
spaces wrapped around to the back of the building) Life in 11 Dimensions is where all the elements of vibrant living can be
found in one place; creativity, education, health, relaxation, and community! (credit for that sentence goes to Sarita Pinto) Visit
LIfein11D.com and find out even more.

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Dancers from our Ballet program performed most recently with the Dance Theatre, in their new holiday classic, Ephemera & The Little Prince.
Thanks to PTDW faculty member, Taylor Herrera who also created choreography for two of the sections!
DANCE WORKSHOP...
...Movement that Matters