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Last Chance End of Summer Dance Intensive / 6-12 yrs

Venue: Classroom

Location: Lexington Avenue at 92nd St

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  • Last Chance End of Summer Dance Intensive (6-12 Years)
    First Session: Mon, Aug 25, 2014, 9:30 am

    Instructor: Megan Doyle  show bio

    Megan Doyle holds a Masters Degree in Dance Education from NYU and is a graduate of the Dance Education Laboratory.  Megan is the Director of the School of Dance here at the 92Y Harkness Dance Center.

    Megan has choreographed for American Girl, Netflix, Disney and Lululemon Atheltica. Megan’s company, Community Dance Project NYC (CDPNYC), has presented works of Musical Theater and Contemporary Jazz throughout the city including at the Ailey Theater, Peridance, Symphony Space, White Wave, Green Space and as a five time presenter with Jazz Choreography Enterprises. CDPNYC is committed to serving the community through dance and works closely with the Harkness Dance Center’s Jr. Performance Team to perform monthly at nursing homes and community centers. 

    As a performer, Megan has worked extensively for Disney appearing in the How to Dance with Hannah Montana video, voice overs for Lizzy McGuire Merchandising and industrials and concerts with the Jonas Brothers, Emily Osment and Demi Levato. In addition to her commercial work, Megan has had the opportunity to perform with a variety of dance companies, including as a soloist in When Paths Collide with Mad Cap Dance Company at Lincoln Center. Megan is proud to have spent 5 years on tour as Anne in The Diary of Anne Frank. Other favorite touring/regional theatre credits include: Class Dismissed: The Bullying Project, The Sound of Music, Sugar Babies, Into the Woods, West Side Story, Joseph…, and the world premiere of Markings

    Megan has had the privilege of teaching at many different schools and studios including recreational and competitive dance studios throughout the United States, dance conventions including Kids Artistic Review, in the NYC public school system as a teaching artist for Dancewave, The Village Community Middle School and at Merrick Academy Public Charter School. Megan also wrote and developed the dance curriculum for Gymboree Play and Music.

    Day(s): Monday
    Sessions: 1
    Room: Buttenwieser Lounge
  • Last Chance End of Summer Dance Intensive (6-12 Years)
    First Session: Tue, Aug 26, 2014, 9:30 am

    Instructor: Megan Doyle  show bio

    Megan Doyle holds a Masters Degree in Dance Education from NYU and is a graduate of the Dance Education Laboratory.  Megan is the Director of the School of Dance here at the 92Y Harkness Dance Center.

    Megan has choreographed for American Girl, Netflix, Disney and Lululemon Atheltica. Megan’s company, Community Dance Project NYC (CDPNYC), has presented works of Musical Theater and Contemporary Jazz throughout the city including at the Ailey Theater, Peridance, Symphony Space, White Wave, Green Space and as a five time presenter with Jazz Choreography Enterprises. CDPNYC is committed to serving the community through dance and works closely with the Harkness Dance Center’s Jr. Performance Team to perform monthly at nursing homes and community centers. 

    As a performer, Megan has worked extensively for Disney appearing in the How to Dance with Hannah Montana video, voice overs for Lizzy McGuire Merchandising and industrials and concerts with the Jonas Brothers, Emily Osment and Demi Levato. In addition to her commercial work, Megan has had the opportunity to perform with a variety of dance companies, including as a soloist in When Paths Collide with Mad Cap Dance Company at Lincoln Center. Megan is proud to have spent 5 years on tour as Anne in The Diary of Anne Frank. Other favorite touring/regional theatre credits include: Class Dismissed: The Bullying Project, The Sound of Music, Sugar Babies, Into the Woods, West Side Story, Joseph…, and the world premiere of Markings

    Megan has had the privilege of teaching at many different schools and studios including recreational and competitive dance studios throughout the United States, dance conventions including Kids Artistic Review, in the NYC public school system as a teaching artist for Dancewave, The Village Community Middle School and at Merrick Academy Public Charter School. Megan also wrote and developed the dance curriculum for Gymboree Play and Music.

    Day(s): Tuesday
    Sessions: 1
    Room: Buttenwieser Lounge
  • Last Chance End of Summer Dance Intensive (6-12 Years)
    First Session: Wed, Aug 27, 2014, 9:30 am

    Instructor: Megan Doyle  show bio

    Megan Doyle holds a Masters Degree in Dance Education from NYU and is a graduate of the Dance Education Laboratory.  Megan is the Director of the School of Dance here at the 92Y Harkness Dance Center.

    Megan has choreographed for American Girl, Netflix, Disney and Lululemon Atheltica. Megan’s company, Community Dance Project NYC (CDPNYC), has presented works of Musical Theater and Contemporary Jazz throughout the city including at the Ailey Theater, Peridance, Symphony Space, White Wave, Green Space and as a five time presenter with Jazz Choreography Enterprises. CDPNYC is committed to serving the community through dance and works closely with the Harkness Dance Center’s Jr. Performance Team to perform monthly at nursing homes and community centers. 

    As a performer, Megan has worked extensively for Disney appearing in the How to Dance with Hannah Montana video, voice overs for Lizzy McGuire Merchandising and industrials and concerts with the Jonas Brothers, Emily Osment and Demi Levato. In addition to her commercial work, Megan has had the opportunity to perform with a variety of dance companies, including as a soloist in When Paths Collide with Mad Cap Dance Company at Lincoln Center. Megan is proud to have spent 5 years on tour as Anne in The Diary of Anne Frank. Other favorite touring/regional theatre credits include: Class Dismissed: The Bullying Project, The Sound of Music, Sugar Babies, Into the Woods, West Side Story, Joseph…, and the world premiere of Markings

    Megan has had the privilege of teaching at many different schools and studios including recreational and competitive dance studios throughout the United States, dance conventions including Kids Artistic Review, in the NYC public school system as a teaching artist for Dancewave, The Village Community Middle School and at Merrick Academy Public Charter School. Megan also wrote and developed the dance curriculum for Gymboree Play and Music.

    Day(s): Wednesday
    Sessions: 1
    Room: Buttenwieser Lounge
  • Last Chance End of Summer Dance Intensive (6-12 Years)
    First Session: Thu, Aug 28, 2014, 9:30 am

    Instructor: Megan Doyle  show bio

    Megan Doyle holds a Masters Degree in Dance Education from NYU and is a graduate of the Dance Education Laboratory.  Megan is the Director of the School of Dance here at the 92Y Harkness Dance Center.

    Megan has choreographed for American Girl, Netflix, Disney and Lululemon Atheltica. Megan’s company, Community Dance Project NYC (CDPNYC), has presented works of Musical Theater and Contemporary Jazz throughout the city including at the Ailey Theater, Peridance, Symphony Space, White Wave, Green Space and as a five time presenter with Jazz Choreography Enterprises. CDPNYC is committed to serving the community through dance and works closely with the Harkness Dance Center’s Jr. Performance Team to perform monthly at nursing homes and community centers. 

    As a performer, Megan has worked extensively for Disney appearing in the How to Dance with Hannah Montana video, voice overs for Lizzy McGuire Merchandising and industrials and concerts with the Jonas Brothers, Emily Osment and Demi Levato. In addition to her commercial work, Megan has had the opportunity to perform with a variety of dance companies, including as a soloist in When Paths Collide with Mad Cap Dance Company at Lincoln Center. Megan is proud to have spent 5 years on tour as Anne in The Diary of Anne Frank. Other favorite touring/regional theatre credits include: Class Dismissed: The Bullying Project, The Sound of Music, Sugar Babies, Into the Woods, West Side Story, Joseph…, and the world premiere of Markings

    Megan has had the privilege of teaching at many different schools and studios including recreational and competitive dance studios throughout the United States, dance conventions including Kids Artistic Review, in the NYC public school system as a teaching artist for Dancewave, The Village Community Middle School and at Merrick Academy Public Charter School. Megan also wrote and developed the dance curriculum for Gymboree Play and Music.

    Day(s): Thursday
    Sessions: 1
    Room: Buttenwieser Lounge
  • Last Chance End of Summer Dance Intensive (6-12 Years)
    First Session: Fri, Aug 29, 2014, 9:30 am

    Instructor: Megan Doyle  show bio

    Megan Doyle holds a Masters Degree in Dance Education from NYU and is a graduate of the Dance Education Laboratory.  Megan is the Director of the School of Dance here at the 92Y Harkness Dance Center.

    Megan has choreographed for American Girl, Netflix, Disney and Lululemon Atheltica. Megan’s company, Community Dance Project NYC (CDPNYC), has presented works of Musical Theater and Contemporary Jazz throughout the city including at the Ailey Theater, Peridance, Symphony Space, White Wave, Green Space and as a five time presenter with Jazz Choreography Enterprises. CDPNYC is committed to serving the community through dance and works closely with the Harkness Dance Center’s Jr. Performance Team to perform monthly at nursing homes and community centers. 

    As a performer, Megan has worked extensively for Disney appearing in the How to Dance with Hannah Montana video, voice overs for Lizzy McGuire Merchandising and industrials and concerts with the Jonas Brothers, Emily Osment and Demi Levato. In addition to her commercial work, Megan has had the opportunity to perform with a variety of dance companies, including as a soloist in When Paths Collide with Mad Cap Dance Company at Lincoln Center. Megan is proud to have spent 5 years on tour as Anne in The Diary of Anne Frank. Other favorite touring/regional theatre credits include: Class Dismissed: The Bullying Project, The Sound of Music, Sugar Babies, Into the Woods, West Side Story, Joseph…, and the world premiere of Markings

    Megan has had the privilege of teaching at many different schools and studios including recreational and competitive dance studios throughout the United States, dance conventions including Kids Artistic Review, in the NYC public school system as a teaching artist for Dancewave, The Village Community Middle School and at Merrick Academy Public Charter School. Megan also wrote and developed the dance curriculum for Gymboree Play and Music.

    Day(s): Friday
    Sessions: 1
    Room: Buttenwieser Lounge


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