Creative Dance Camp Summer 2019

Camp Days: Monday, July 1st – Friday, July 12th, 9:00 pm – 4:00 pm Daily

FINAL PERFORMANCE: Saturday, July 13th at 1:00 pm

WHERE:  Woodstock Town Hall Theatre

COST: $200.00 per camper (includes camp t-shirt)

AGES: 9-14

Click here to download our paper Registration Form here.

Movement artist and educator Madeline Warriner directs Pentangle’s creative dance camp. In this two-week camp dancers will be fully immersed in a fun and challenging creative dance experience. Campers will take daily classes in Contemporary Modern Technique and Choreography, as well as other styles like Jazz and Hip-hop. In this inclusive and supportive environment, we will put together a culminating performance, challenging campers to create, collaborate, and explore new ways of thinking, articulating, and moving. Campers with any level of experience are encouraged to participate- the only requirement being to come with an open heart and mind, ready to learn and HAVE FUN!

Food: Bring a snack and a water.
Dress: Comfortable clothing that allows for easy movement; sneakers, ballet or jazz shoes.

About the Instructor: Madeline Warriner is a movement artist, educator, and advocate residing in Brooklyn. She recently directed Pentangle’s inaugural summer Creative Dance Camp. She graduated from Rutgers University with a BFA in Dance and an MEd in Dance Education, where she received university, state, and professional awards. She has performed works by Doug Elkins, Manuel Vignouelle, and Robert Battle, and was in the core company for Stephan Koplowitz site-specific work Milltown, part of Bates Dance Festival’s 35th Anniversary Celebration. She is currently working with Joanna Mendl Shaw of The Equus Projects, and an improvisation collective with Shantelle Courvoisier Jackson, as well as producing projects of her own. She teaches at Dancewave in Brooklyn and in the outreach program at Dance Theatre of Harlem, and has taught dance and choreography workshops and classes throughout the tri-state area, Vermont, Maine, and D.C. She teaches Yoga and Pilates to adults and children throughout New York City, and created Harlem Yoga Studio’s Kids Yoga Teacher Training and Curriculum. She has worked with Bates Dance Festival’s youth and pre-professional programs in various supportive roles for 3 years and is joining the faculty this year as the Youth Arts Program’s choreography teacher. She has shared research and practice on movement, mindfulness, and cognitive development in various education professional development workshops and conferences.