Dance Workshop News & Updates
Celebrating 34 years of Dance in Davis!
Save the Date: Thursday, August 23, fro 6:00 - 7:30pm! Join us that evening for a FREE Acting workshop and
behind-the-scenes Q&A on the 15 steps for becoming a successful movie and television actor. Screenwriter/producer
Sterling Anderson will share behind-the-scenes stories about casting his movies and television shows. You'll also learn
what makes a successful meeting with directors, casting directors, producers and studio executives. Plus, he'll be sharing
insider rags-to-riches stories about actors and actresses he has mentored into stardom.  It's a great opportunity to meet
Sterling who will be offering Acting&Monologue and Scenes Studies & Acting Technique classes beginning this fall, at the
Dance Workshop!


The Fall Schedule is now posted on-line! Classes will begin on Monday, August 27 and run until
Saturday, October 20.
We're excited to welcome several new teachers to the Dance Workshop, including Sterling
Anderson, award winning screenwriter and author, expanding our programs to include classes in monologue and
auditioning technique and scene studies for actors.


And what about until then? Well, even though we won't be holding regularly scheduled classes until Monday, August
27, we will be having office hours so people can come in and register.  

Office hours are: Tuesdays, 8/14 & 8/21, from 4:30 - 7:30pm and Thursdays, 8/16 & 8/23, from 5:00 - 8:00pm.
We will also be coming in to check for messages, so feel free to call! (Plus, Pamela will be doing a lot of "getting ready for
the next school year" preparation, so you might even catch her there.)


Dance for Parkinson's  Our Dance for Parkinson's classes are 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.
Our fall classes will begin on Tuesday, September 11 and run through Tuesday November 13.

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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