Dancers' Workshop's Junior Repertory Company
Comprised of 30 of the community’s most committed middle and high school dancers, JRC members devote their afternoons and weekends to rigorously studying ballet, modern, jazz, composition, and theater, as well as rehearsing and preparing for at least three major productions per year. Their training is augmented by opportunities to work with Guest Artists from esteemed companies such as Lines Ballet, Aspen Santa Fe Ballet, and Elisa Monte Dance, allowing them to establish relationships with professional dancers at the height of their career.
JRC Alumni have gone on to major or minor in dance in college and continue in life to perform in modern dance companies in the United States, work in dance organizations, and apply art to their day-to-day lives. Regardless of where their studies lead them, all company members leave Dancers’ Workshop with excellent training in multiple dance disciplines, a well-rounded creative-intelligence, and a profound understanding of the value of arts in our society.
By invitation only.
Students participate in a mandatory 12.5 hours of instruction in the areas of modern, ballet, pointe, jazz, Pilates, Company Class, choreography (for sophomores, juniors, and seniors) and up to seven hours of rehearsal per week. In addition, Company 1 members are invited to take two Contemporary Dance Wyoming classes per week and may be given additional performance opportunities.
Returning company members only
Students participate in a mandatory 12.5 hours of instruction in the areas of modern, ballet, pointe, jazz, Pilates, Company Class, choreography (for sophomores, juniors, and seniors), and up to seven hours of rehearsal per week in order to prepare for both the Winter Production and New Dances/New Choreographers.
All new JRC members and returning JRC members who wish for a lesser course load
Students participate in a mandatory 6 hours of instruction in the areas of modern and ballet, and are given the opportunity to commit to one or two Semesters of pointe, jazz, Pilates, Company Class, and/or choreography (for sophomores, juniors, and seniors. Students may participate in Winter Production and/or New Dances/New Choreographers, which require an additional 2-7 number of hours per production.
In addition, students are required to participate in workshops of varying topics, such as injury prevention, nutrition, anatomy, disorderd eating, and more.
For more information about the Junior Repertory Company, please contact School Director, Amelia Terrapin firstname.lastname@example.org or Registrar, Allison Liljestrom, email@example.com.