Spinning Tree Theatre Managing Director and professional choreographer Andy Parkhurst offers Private Dance Classes
Andy specializes in one-on-one coaching for the beginner, the college bound high school student pursuing dance and/or musical theatre and the professional.
The class consists of a thorough warm-up, the development of a sound technique and exposure to and practice at musical theatre dance styles including jazz, ballet and tap. Prepare for an upcoming dance call. Practice learning combinations quickly and correctly. Emphasis is placed on the increase of confidence in a nurturing and fun but structured and professional environment.
Andy believes, through experience, that the quickest and most long-lasting results come from private instruction where the focus is on the developing dancer and their individual needs.
Summer and Fall spots available
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Spinning Tree Theatre at (816) 569-5277
Andy Parkhurst assisted Tony and Emmy Award-winning choreographer Rob Ashford on the Broadway production of Curtains, and was an original cast member and Dance Captain of the Broadway national tour of Mamma Mia! for over 2,000 performances. He had the honor of being directed by Roman Polanski in the original Vienna production of Tanz der Vampire as Dance Soloist and was chosen and directed by Alvin Ailey at age 16 to dance Memoria. Andy performed on the 2009 Tony Awards at Radio City Music Hall.
In Kansas City in 2012, Andy has directed and/or choreographed productions for Starlight Theatre at the Kauffman Center, New Theatre Restaurant, Coterie Theatre, White Theatre at JCC, Shawnee Mission Theatre in the Park, the Midland Theatre and Spinning Tree Theatre.
Read more about Andy at www.spinningtreetheatre.com
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