Join in! Flash Mob 7 December AND Happenings! 4 & 5 December
Have you ever been part of a FLASH MOB?
Whether you are a seasoned ‘mobber’ or your secret desire is yet to be realised, you are invited to be part of a FLASH MOB that CDT will be staging on Saturday 7 December. The event will start with a PROCESSION through City Walk choreographed by Ashlee Bye, then the FLASH MOB DANCE choreographed by Jake Kuzma.
If you are keen to join the FLASH MOB , please either ask the admin staff to put your name on the list, or email Jacqui at AC8CDT@gmail.com.
HAPPENINGS – Wednesday 4 and Thursday 5 December, locations close to CDT
For those with availability during weekdays, come join in a series of HAPPENINGS in Latin American Plaza and Childers Street on Wednesday 4 and Thursday 5 December, at lunchtime and at the end of the working day (we’re yet to research what exactly these times are). Rehearsals for these will take place on Thursdays from 24 October thru 28 November, 12.30-2.30pm (6 weeks). Participate from the start and be part of the creative process, or come from 14 November to learn the material. Cost for each rehearsal is: Concession $12, Full $15.
FLASH MOB Important Dates: Rehearsals!
PROCESSION: Saturdays 16, 23 and 30 November 3.00-4.30pm, and Sunday 1 December 10.00-11.30am. mCost for each is Concession $10, Full $12.
FLASH MOB DANCE: Sunday 24 November and Sunday 1 December, 11.30-1.30pm: come to one or both of these rehearsals to learn the dance which will include elements of hip hop, disco and aerobics. Cost for each rehearsal is Concession $12, Full $15.
Saturday 7 December: final rehearsal at CDT studios at 9.00am before dancers take to the street for performances in City Walk starting around 11.00am.
FLASH MOB CHOREOGRAPHY
The Procession Walking pattern
Our fabulous choreographers
Ashlee and Jake are both Canberra locals and former members of QL2.
Ashlee is a graduate of Victorian College of the Arts. She has recently returned to Canberra after six years facilitating dance in secondary schools in Melbourne, and creating and performing in site specific events for arts and community festivals. Ashlee is also a qualified Pilates instructor.
Jake’s dancing roots are in contemporary, floor work and urban movement. A graduate of Queensland University of Technology (QUT), Jake’s performance, choreography and teaching have taken him around Australia and to Canada and China.
Read more about Ashlee and Jake at https://canberradancetheatre.org/staff-and-teachers/