1-day Summer Intensives are designed for the dancer who desires an extra challenge and wants to strongly develop their overall dance, technique and performance skills. Intensives are instructed by experienced DXP staff and/or a variety of special guest instructors. The intensives will not only educate but will also inspire and motivate each dancer to set goals and work hard so that they can achieve their dance and performance aspirations.
Summer 2013 Intensives Schedule & Descriptions
6-8yrs old intensives - At least 2yrs studio training (High-Beginner)
9+yrs old intensives - At least 4yrs studio training (Intermediate)
13+yrs old intensives - At least 6yrs studio training (High-Intermediate to Advanced)
All Intensives are $80 and $40 deposit (50%) is required to hold your place.
The balance is due the day of the intensive. ALL payments are NON-REFUNDABLE.
Receive $5 off each additional intensive if you register for 2 more intensives during Summer 2013!
1st intensive = full price. Discount is for a single student enrolling in 2 or more intensives (not siblings each in 1 intensive).
Throughout the year we have "Master Classes" where we bring in special dance teachers from around the country to teach one-of-a-kind classes. This year we are featuring current cast members of 3 of Broadway's biggest hits when they travel to Austin to perform.
We invite your child to come dance and learn from a Broadway Star!
2012 - 2013 Master Classes Schedule & Descriptions
$35 per Master Class
$5 off if enroll & pay for 2 classes OR $10 off if enroll & pay for 3 classes
Rock of Ages - Sunday, September 30, 2012: "Rock Theatre Jazz" style, Intermediate-Advanced Level, Ages 11+yrs
Billy Elliot - Sunday, December 16, 2012: "Tap" style, Advanced Beginner-Advanced Intermediate Level, Ages 8+yrs
The Lion King - Sunday, January 27, 2013: "Broadway Jazz" style, Beginner-Intermediate Level, Ages 6-10yrs
All Master Classes are from 9am-11am @ DXP2
What to Wear for Intensives
Appropriate attire is based on the intensive. Please review the Intensive Descriptions (above) for specific details.
What to Wear for Master Classes
Appropriate dance shoes are required, i.e. jazz shoes, ballet shoes, hip hop sneakers, tap shoes, etc.
Students must wear tights and any color leotard for ballet class. Students may wear other dancewear during non-ballet classes, i.e. dance pants, bootie shorts, dance tops, other non-baggy attire.
For ballet classes, hair must be pulled into a tight, secure bun with a bun cover or hairnet thoroughly pinned on.
What to Bring for Master Classes
A bottle of water. Only water is allowed in the studios.