August 1 - 6, 2022
18 DANCE CLASSES
Technique - Repertory - Composition
Discounted rates provided
Groups of 4+ receive 20% OFF
THE COST: FREE after $200.00 Registration Fee. (non-refundable) Space is limited. We will follow the latest CDC guidance with respect of COVID-19 Regulations.
Single Class: $20.00 Subject to occupancy.
WHAT IS INCLUDED:
The program includes 18 dance classes, free entrance to the documentary screenings & studio performance, attraction discounts.
WHAT IS NOT INCLUDED:
The cost of the program does not includes meals, accommodation and transportation.
For help with housing and hotel discount, please inquire via e-mail.
The week-long study is hosted at the CoffeeMill Dance studio located waterfront "By The Bay" in New Town Key West, close to the beach and bustling Old Town, (Remember Key West it's only 2X4 Miles) a rental bike can be your best way to move around if you don't have a car.
All the classes are1.5h in duration, and all technique classes are accompanied by live music.
The first two technique classes take place in the morning and the repertory and composition class are the early afternoon, after a short lunch break.
Pack your lunch and bring plenty of water as Key West is very hot in the summer!
You are responsible for making your own Hotel arrangement, but we can help you find the perfect accommodation at discounted rates.
ABOUT THE ISLAND....
In Key West, you can visit a host of historic attractions by convenient public transportation,taxis, pedi-cabs, tour trains, trolleys, bicycles or even your own two feet.
Gaze at centuries-old treasure of Spanish galleon Nuestra Señora de Atocha. Discover modern art treasures by Key West's artists among dozens of galleries.
Residents and visitors to the island actively participate in sightseeing, diving, fishing, watersports, golf and shopping by day, and then become part of the sunset celebration held each evening at Mallory Square, when tightrope walkers, jugglers and animal acts perform before the fiery sun settling into the Gulf of Mexico.
At night, streets filled with sidewalk cafes, open-air bars, legendary pubs and world-class restaurants with island specialties come alive. Drama, musicals and comedy flourish on local stages.
Palm-lined streets with gingerbread mansions and tin-roofed conch houses were home to Ernest Hemingway, Tennessee Williams, Elizabeth Bishop, Robert Frost and Jimmy Buffett, a few of the famous people who discovered solace and inspiration in the island city