3 Summer Dance Intensives to choose from!
- 3 WEEK BALLET INTENSIVE June 4 – 22, 2018 (Tuition $510) – Sign Up Now
- SUMMER DANCE INTENSIVE – July 23 – 28, 2018 (Tuition $310) – Sign Up Now
- 3 WEEK BALLET INTENSIVE Aug 6 – 24, 2018 (Tuition $510) – Sign Up Now
Marshall Ellis Dance School will offer three summer intensives for dancers in Central Florida and beyond: two three-week ballet intensives, and a one-week dance intensive.
These rigorous training programs are designed for motivated dancers ages 10-14, and aspiring pre-professional and early-career dancers ages 15-21. Attendees will take daily classes in ballet and other techniques, plus choreography progressively integrated through The Fusion Powered by ME Program. This is a unique opportunity for committed dancers to refine their skills in multiple forms, broaden their dance vocabulary and grow as artists.
On National Dance Day – July 28, 2018 – ME Dance School will host a live performance at ME Theatre. Students who took part in the one-week dance intensive will perform original works and showcase skills they’ve adapted during the program.
Students in the three-week ballet intensives will have an opportunity to perform in a showcase at the end of each session in the ME Theatre on site.
Classes will run from 9am-3pm Daily. Students once enrolled in Summer Intensive will gain access to all night classes offered at Marshall Ellis Dance School.
Sara Havener is originally from North Carolina where she began dancing at the age of 5 and went on graduate from the University of North Carolina School of the Arts in 2010 with a focus in ballet. Sara began her professional career at the age of 18 with the Royal New Zealand Ballet, performing soloist roles in productions such as Giselle and The Sleeping Beauty. Sara also spent three years as a company dancer with the Atlanta Ballet, where she performed roles such as the Snow Queen and Dew Drop in The Nutcracker, the lead Pas de Deux in Amy Seiwart’s Home in 7, and performed Ohad Naharin’s Minus 16 in the Fall for Dance North festival in Canada. Sara has extensive teaching experience with ballet schools in the Southeast and in New Zealand and is currently the ballet director for Variations Dance Studio in Auburn, AL. At Variations Sara has had several choreographic opportunities including creating a brand new snow scene for their annual production of The Nutcracker, in addition to creating several other contemporary and ballet pieces. One of her pieces, Paper Swans, recently won the “Best of Radix Award” and was selected to perform in their closing show in Atlanta, GA. Sara has also judged for Rising Star Talent Productions and is currently a judge for On Point National Dance Competition. Sara feels very fortunate to be able to do what she loves every day and to be able to share this beautiful art form with others!