KMACC (Kaleidoscope at MACC)
Dance Kaleidoscope is delighted to announce a new collaboration with the Mizel Arts and Culture Center (MACC) – Kaleidoscope @ MACC or K-MACC for short! MACC has illuminated the human experience through creative and cultural programs in the performing, visual and literary arts for over two decades. MACC is lead by executive artistic director Steve Wilson, who has been directing, administrating, teaching and performing in Denver for the last 25 years. In addition, Steve has served as the Resident Director/ Artistic Director for the PHAMALY Theatre Company for 12 years (where he has worked extensively with Debbie Stark). He garnered awards for “Best Director” from both the Denver Post and Boulder Dailey Camera, as well as four Henry Awards (Colorado’s Tony Awards). The Wolf Theatre Academy, which is a program offered through MACC, is one of Denver’s most respected and professional theatre experiences for young performers.
[spoiler title="Continue Reading" open="0" style="1"]Debbie Stark has over 40 years of experience in the Denver dance and theater community. She has performed and choreographed for many local theaters including The Arvada Center, Town Hall Arts Center, Magic Moments, and Mizel Theater and has been the choreographer for the highly acclaimed PHAMALY Theater Company for over 20 years. Debbie helped open and run the Children’s Theater program for Henry Lowenstein at the Denver Civic Theater and owned and operated her own Children’s Theater Company, Mountain Stage Productions, which provided quality theater for children. Debbie has been nominated and received numerous Denver Drama Critic and Ovation awards for her work over the years. She was also recognized with several nominations and garnered a Henry Award for her choreography on Urinetown.
In an effort to expand the scope of our program and the artistry of our students, Dance Kaleidoscope is recommending the theatre training at The Wolf Theatre Academy. We are combining forces to offer a comprehensive musical theatre training experience. We will be providing workshop classes and performance experiences at Dance Kaleidoscope and the JCC South Facility. (Both located off I-25 and Arapahoe)[/spoiler]
For more information or to register for classes please call Juliana or Brynn at the MACC Box Office at (303) 316-6360.
KMACC Classes (more to come!)
– Feb 11KMACC: Audition Workshop
Grades 3–12 (ages 8 and up)
Mondays, Jan. 7–February 11, 6–8 p.m.
Location: JCC South, 9625 E. Arapahoe Rd.
Instructor: Kent Randall
Be ahead of the game! Get a jump start on the competition. Learn how to choose the right material, develop your cold reading skills, learn how to choose the vocal selection right for you, select and execute your own monologue, survive a dance audition and make your very best impression. Now go get that part!
– May 18KMACC: Broadway Musical Revue
Grades 6–12 (ages 11 and up)
Sundays, April 7-May 19, 2013, 1-4p.m.
Director: Kent Randall
TECH REHEARSAL: Sunday, May 19 from 10a.m.-3p.m.
PERFORMANCE: Sunday, May 19 at 4 p.m.
Dance Kaleidoscope, located off I-25 and Arapahoe at 6883 S. Dallas Ct., Greenwood Village, CO 80112 (303-768-8909)
Tech & Performance Location:
Elaine Wolf Theatre at the MACC at the JCC at 350 South, Dahlia St., Denver, 80246 (303-316-6363)
Experience the exhilaration of musical theatre!! This show will feature a wide array of musical numbers from different productions to showcase the talents of the entire group. Learn music, choreography and character development as we rehearse and perform the best numbers from the Broadway theatrical repertoire. Join Kent Randall, seasoned theatre professional, as we sing and dance our way to a standing ovation. This workshop production can accommodate both new performers or those with no musical theatre experience. Note that this workshop rehearses at Dance Kaleidoscope, but has a final dress and performance in the luxurious Elaine Wolf Theatre located at the MACC at the JCC.
There is no audition required to sign up for this production class. Students will be cast within the first few classes. Please read the rehearsal and performance schedule carefully to determine if you are able to participate. Also note that there is a mandatory rehearsal and performance on Sunday, May 19.