DREAM Project@Home Presents “Route 66” with National Dance Institute
DREAM Project@Home this week brings back a joyful and collaborative dance by the NDI DREAM dancers (Dancers Realize Excellence through Arts and Movement). “Route 66,” choreographed by Kay Gayner, was performed at NDI’s gala in 2017. To introduce the performance is Kay Gayner (NDI Associate Artistic Director) and Agnes McConlogue Ferro (Board Certified Pediatric Physical Therapist) who talk about how to create choreography for children with and without disabilities. Class resumes next week. Get your kicks on Route 66!
About NDI: National Dance Institute (NDI) is a non-profit arts education organization founded in 1976 by ballet star Jacques d’Amboise. Through school partnerships, after-school classes, public performances, and teaching artist trainings, NDI uses dance as a catalyst to engage children and motivate them toward excellence both in school and in life.
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