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All the Cats Join In: Swing Dance with your Family

All the Cats Join In- Swing Dance with your Family!

May 27, 2019 @ 8:00 am5:00 pm

New York City Center
131 West 55th Street Midtown
New York, New York

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Suggested Ages: 8-10 to 15-18

Experience the joy of dancing together in an hour-long class focusing on the basic rhythms, figures, and mechanics for Swing dance. Join in as Caleb Teicher, acclaimed dancer/choreographer, and co-teachers, Evita Arce & LaTasha Barnes lead families to enjoy communication and connection by dancing as an individual, in family units, and then as a full class community. Geared toward families with children ages 8 + and their parents/caregivers. There are no audience or observer tickets for this event. It is fully participatory.

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