Creative Dance Workshops with Caroline Richardson
June 17-19 and June 24-26, 1:00-4:00 pm at Weehawken Ridgway
Creative Dance is an exploration into the creative process of Dance as living Art.
A workshop focused on this essential creative connection through improv, musical interpretation and the territory and trust of silence. A process in which all are part of the creative unfolding individually and collectively, encouraging an ethical model of artistic depth, value and oneness. Creative Dance is an opportunity intending to give students a valuable and rare experience to connect and trust in their own artistic gifts and to create individually and together an original piece to share with the public at the end of the Intensive in a casual studio "work in progress". It is essential that those who enroll in this journey have the courage and depth to commit to and trust in the mystery and unknown within creative alchemy. This intensive runs Monday-Wednesday, 1-4 pm, and will culminate with a performance piece at Sherbino Theater.
June 17 session is open to ages 10-18. Register HERE
June 24 session is open to ages 13 and up, including adults. Register HERE
Caroline Richardson was born in Colorado, U.S.A. and trained at The School of American Ballet Juilliard, American Ballet Theater II and The National Ballet School. She is a former First Soloist with The National Ballet of Canada and danced with the company for 10 years from 1985 to 1995 beginning her professional career at 17. With The National Ballet, she performed an extensive contemporary and classical repertoire internationally and worked with many of the world's leading choreographers: Glen Tetley, William Forsythe, James Kudelka, John Neumeier, John Alleyne, Christopher House, David Parsons and Robert Desrosiers. Coaches and teachers include: Eric Bruin, Magdalena Popa, Sergiu Stefanski, Joysanne Sidemus, Reid Anderson, Joanne Nisbet, Roslyn Anderson and Natalia Makarova among others. Aside Caroline also performed as a guest artist at the Hamburg Ballet 20th Anniversary Gala under John Neumeier and assisted William Forsythe in the setting of the second detail on Frankfurt Ballet.