Single payment, 3 monthly payments
From: $56.00 / month for 3 months
Tuesdays 7:00pm – 8:30pm
8-week series: July 10 – August 28, 2018
Instructor: Taylor Mackenzie Smith
Level: Beginner focus, all levels welcome
Tuition: $159 or 3 monthly payments of $56
Capacity: 18 participants
Molloy Studios at the Manhattan Center
4th Floor Studio 404
New York, NY 10004
A theatre-dance class where you get to dance to your favorite Broadway show tunes, break a sweat, and learn some new skills. Each week includes combinations from a diverse range of Broadway styles plus an aerobic warm up and exercises to build technique.
AWT You(niversity) tuition is completely non-refundable for any reason whatsoever. Participants who withdraw from a program more than seven (7) days prior to their first class may transfer tuition toward a future program within one calendar year from the start of the initial program purchased. Participants who withdraw within seven (7) days from their first class are not eligible for a refund of any kind and will not be able to transfer tuition towards a future program.
Taylor Mackenzie Smith is from Atlanta, Georgia, where she began her formal dance training at Norma’s Academy of Dance. As a graduate of Spelman College, Taylor earned her BA in Drama with a Dance concentration. While at Spelman, Taylor trained and performed with T. Lang Dance/Spelman Dance Theatre and the Atlanta Dance Connection. During her college career, Taylor also spent a year at Fordham University, training under The Ailey School. Taylor has worked with a variety of choreographers such as Stefanie Batten Bland, Hope Boykin, Paula Hammons Sloan, and Byron Easley, along with the works of Awaken Dance Theater and Impact Movement Collective in New York. She assisted with choreography for New York City Center’s musical production of The Bubbly Black Girl Sheds Her Chameleon Skin and AfterWork Theater’s musical revue, Sing Out: Dance Breaks! Recently, Taylor performed with Toledo Opera and Opera Carolina in the premier of I Dream, a modern Rhythm & Blues opera recounting the final 36 hours of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s life.