Dancing in the Street to showcase students Friday, Saturday
All ages participate in dance recital
From younger than 2 (barely) to older than 90 (somewhat), dancers learn, practice and perform at Summer’s DanceWorks studios.
Dancers will perform in a production recital, Dancing in the Street, which showcases students of all ages. It takes place at 5:45 p.m. Friday and Saturday, June 2-3, at the Yavapai College Performing Arts Center. Tickets are $15.
Summer Hinton has been teaching in the Prescott area since 1994, with some of her dancers competing at the national level. Other dancers enjoy the lessons just for fun or for the exercise it offers.
The youngest performer in the Dancing in the Street show, Kensyn Creegan, is only 23 months old, and the most “chronologically enhanced” dancer, Sue Chambers, is 94.
This summer, instructors will lead several three- and five-day camps for different ages that include ballet technique, jazz, tap, hip hop, musical theater, clowning and contemporary, and camp themes such as Mermaids, Pirates and Under the Sea; Pony; Hawaii; and Prince and Princess.
The youngest dancers can sign up for Mommy and Me classes; the oldest, of course, can join any of the age 9 and up classes and those for teens and adults.
For more information, call 928-583-7277 or visit summerdanceworks.com. In June, Summer’s DanceWorks studio will move into their new spacious location at 805 Miller Valley Road.