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DANCING WITH DANIEL & ASHLEE Art :: Dance also Art :: Classes
7:00 PM
Theatre Terrific
Theatre Terrific Presents:
for the dancer inside of all of us
Meet Ashlee and Daniel, the dynamic dance duo! Ashlee and Daniel have danced together for over five years. As Daniel’s dance instructor throughout high school and now in college, Ashlee has witnessed Daniel mature and grow as a dancer. Working as Ashlee’s dance assistant for The Special Olympics Dance Club, they are creating moves with meaning and heart. Dance is more than movement, dance is a feeling that connects to the deepest part of ourselves. Creating joy, laughter and imagination through dance, Daniel and Ashlee have a passion to dance with people with diverse abilities and they cannot wait to share the dance floor with you!
Meet Daniel!
Daniel has been dancing since he was 8 years old. He has danced ballet, hip hop and creative dance, and is very keen to learn Bollywood Dancing. Daniel has performed in solo and groups in dance shows. Daniel was awarded Outstanding Soloist at the Shine Dance Festival in 2018 and first place medal from Peak Dance Festival.
Daniel’s dream is to be a dancer and to perform in musical theatre as well. He loves dance, music and singing! Daniel enjoys inspiring others to dance!
Meet Ashlee!
Ashlee Davidson is a professional educator, advocate and dance enthusiast. She is a teacher at Vancouver Community College and runs a small dance company called Heart of DANCE. Ashlee holds a BA and M.Ed. specializing in Arts for Social Change. She is a student of Dance Movement Therapy and is fascinated by the power of mind-body connection. With over 20 years of dance experience, Ashlee has lived internationally to teach dance, as well learn about dance from other cultures. Believing that dance is at the HEART of an individual and community, Ashlee encourages everyone to find the dancer within them and allow them to shine!
"We are excited to dance with you!"
This is part of our Monday meetup series, Pandemonium.
Look out for our upcoming workshops!
With Coast Salish elder and activist Kat Norris
May 10, 17, 24, 2021
Time 7 pm- 8:30 pm pacific time
June 14, 21, 28, 2021
Time 7 pm-8:30 pm pacific time
If interested, please email info@theatreterrific.ca for more information, and look out for our upcoming newsletters! All workshops take place on Zoom and are ASL interpreted.
Age Group: All Ages
Venue: Theatre Terrific
Address: 111 W Hastings St Vancouver, BC BC V6B 1H4
Phone: (604) 222-4020

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