23 ELEPHANTS THEATRE COMPANY DANCE INFO:

2018-2019 DANCE SCHEDULE:                                                                                          Fall Semester: September 5-January 23                                                                          Spring Semester: January 30-June 2

No dance classes week of 11/5-11/9 (Les Misérables tech), 11/19-11/23 (Thanksgiving), 12/10-12/14 (Wizard of Oz tech), 12/24-1/4 (Winter break), 2/18-2/22 ("ski week"), 4/8-4/12 (Spring break), 5/13-5/17 (Mamma Mia tech).

DANCE RECITAL:                                                                                                                  May 31-June 2 at the Playhouse in San Anselmo.

PRICING:                                                                                                                                Dance classes are $300 for enrollment in one class, $285 for enrollment in two classes, and $270 for enrollment in three classes. Pricing is per class/per student.

DRESS CODE:                                                                                                                        BOYS: T-shirt or tank top, jazz pants, tights or leggings, black jazz shoes, black tap shoes.                                                                                                                              GIRLS: Leotard or leotard top, jazz pants, tights or leggings, black jazz shoes, black tap shoes, ballet slippers.

All classes held at 23 Elephants Studios, 100 Shaw Drive, San Anselmo, CA 94960

Studios located behind Redhill Shopping Center, at the end of Shaw Drive in buildings that used to house the Redhill Junior High School.

Spring Dance Classes 2019

 
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Tap

Tap Beginning/ Intermediate, 7-11 years old
Wednesdays, 3:30-4:30pm
9/5-1/23

Tap Intermediate/ Advanced, 11-15 years old
Wednesdays, 4:35-5:30pm
9/5-1/23

Tap Advanced Technique (Placement Only)
Wednesdays, 5:40-6:40pm
9/5-1/23

 
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Hip Hop with Bianca Zogbi

Hip Hop Beginning/ Intermediate, 7-11 years old
Thursdays, 4:50-5:50pm
9/6-1/24

Hip Hop Intermediate/ Advanced, 11-15 years old
Thursdays, 5:55-6:55pm
9/6-1/24

Hip Hop Advanced Technique (Placement Only)
Thursdays, 7:00-8:00pm
9/6-1/24

 
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Musical Theatre Dance Ballet/Jazz with Bidalia E. Albanese

Musical Theatre Dance Ballet/Jazz 5-7 Years Old
Thursdays, 2:45-3:25pm
9/6-1/24

Musical Theatre Technique Bootcamp (Open Age)
Thursdays, 3:45-4:45pm
9/6-1/24

Musical Theatre Ballet/Jazz Advanced Technique (Placement Only)
Wednesdays, 6:45-7:45pm
9/5-1/23

 
 

Meet the Instructors!

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Bidalia E. Albanese is an award-winning Bay Area director, choreographer, performer and teaching artist. She is a graduate of The Guildford School of Acting in England and also studied at the School of American Ballet in NYC. Favorite roles include Frau Blucher in Young Frankenstein, Vicky in The Full Monty, the title role in Marisol, Desdemona in Othello and Dull Gret/Joyce a production of Top Girls for ACT. Bidalia played the Empress in 23 Elephants Theatre Company’s Best of Fringe winning The Unspeakable Act. As artistic director for 23 Elephants, Bidalia has choreographed Legally Blonde, and School of Rock in addition to directing Elf Jr., A Little Mermaid, and co-directing Shrek Jr. 

 

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Bianca Zogbi received her AA in dance from College of Marin and has been dancing for ten years. She has danced with Funkanometry, Live San Francisco, Bachata Fever Academy, and Inessence. She currently resides in Santa Rosa where she continues her dance journey as a choreographer and a dance teacher as well as being a part of two placing competitive hip hop teams, Auxiliary and Fallout. She has recently stepped foot in the freestyle world of dance where she battles in a league every month. She hopes to be the best girl Krumper in the bay and ultimately teach and battle overseas. She continues to push herself and absorb as much dance culture as she can so that she can pass it on to her students. She loves instilling confidence in her students and watching them achieve their goals through dance.