Rebecca Kelly Ballet (RKB) of NYC is set to return to the North Country for its 32nd Onstage Performance, August 3-14, 2020, and its Public Performances at the Lake Placid Center of the Arts.
This two-week intensive day camp provides a process-oriented work experience, in preparing for a dance performance. Students ages 7-19 years study dance techniques, with ballet as the core discipline, in an environment designed to cultivate confidence.
Forms are available online through the LPCA website, at the LP Box Office, and on the Rebecca Kelly Ballet website.
The RKB Public Performance will be held at the LPCA on Thursday, August 13, at 8 pm. The OnStage Youth Performance will be held at the LPCA on Friday, August 14, at 10:30 am.
Three levels of camp will be offered. OnStage Advanced level dance students, ages 13-19 yrs benefit from over 30-hours/week of activities including the daily morning regimen, afternoons spent in choreography created by Rebecca Kelly, ballet and modern technique, along with pointe, stretch or specialty classes, stage craft, and opportunities to observe rehearsals of the newest ballets, and participate in two concluding performances. OnStage Plus – pushes the eager student on the way to the next level with extra classes and some extended days. The OnStage Basics half-day programs welcomes students, ages 7-14 yrs of all experience to explore and develop dance technique while learning choreography and presentation skills — good for dance, and good for life.
Registration ends March 31st, an early bird discount is available through March 15.
For more information, email RKBallet@gmail.com, or visit the Rebecca Kelly Ballet website.
The Lake Placid Center of the Arts is located at 17 Algonquin Road, Lake Placid.
From June through August, additional dance instruction for youth and adults is offered at the Cloudsplitter Dance studio of the Tahawus Center in Au Sable Forks, NY. For information contact TahawusCenter@gmail.com or visit their website.
Photo of OnStage students at LPCA provided.