Adult & Teen Classes

A series of weekly evening classes for adults and teens, ranging from beginners to intermediate experience levels in dance and drag performance, all taught by esteemed BAX faculty. Flexible registration is available by week or for the full ten week series and offered on accessible, select-selected, tuition tiers. 

Winter 2021 Adult & Teen Classes

Tiered Pricing Rates & Details

Full Series (10 Weeks)

Tier One (Full Price) $250
Tier Two (25% Subsidy $200
Tier Three (50% Subsidy) $150

Drop In (Single Class)

Tier One (Full Price) $25
Tier Two (25% Subsidy) $20
Tier Three (50% Subsidy) $15

Cancellation Policy

Cancellations more than 2 weeks in advance of the class will be accepted and refunds/credits can be issued. 

Cancellations with less than 3 days notice may not be eligible for refunds.

Questions? Email info@bax.org

View Class Schedules and Register

Processing Motherhood, Birth, and Parenting through Movement in Depth (Virtual)

Mondays 6:00-7:30pm with Rania Lee Khalil

Ages 18+
Register for full term (10 sessions)
No class on Monday, October 11th (Indigenous People’s Day)   

In this course we open to our experiences of birth and parenting through movement in depth (also known as authentic movement).  Because our bodies are the primary sites of our parenting, reflective movement often brings unexpected insight, joy and healing.  As we collectively emerge from the present pandemic, in which our lives as parents have been deeply affected, we can nurture ourselves and our families by pausing the often relentless pace of parenting to (re)connect with ourselves.  Tuning into our bodies through subtle movement, we are trained to see and be seen in non judgemental ways.  This course is open to experienced movers and those without prior experience.  It is open to anyone who self identifies as a parent, biologically and otherwise.

Drag Performance: Between & Beyond Gender (Virtual)

Tuesdays 5:30-7:00pm with Kelindah Schuster AKA Theydy Bedbug

Ages 18+
Register for full term (10 sessions)
No class on Tuesday, November 2nd (Election Day)   

In this workshop, we carve space for anyone to access femininity, masculinity, and everything between and beyond. Celebrating that which we have access to, connecting to that which we desire, we use clowning, lip sync, and caricature to liberate from gendered expectations. Through writing prompts and discussion, we notice how gender shows up organically in our bodies to contrast the ways in which it is systematically imposed on us externally. Through embodied solo and collaborative movement, we explore connection to the audience and connection to the self as a genderful, and/or gender neutral being.

This cycle will be virtual but will culminate in a rehearsal period and tech week with an in-person showcase in the BAX Theater on December 11th*.

*All in person events will follow up-to-date City and CDC covid-safety recommendations.

 

Hip Hop (In Person)

Wednesdays from 7:15-8:45pm @BAX with Skye Montante

Ages 16+
Weekly drop in registration: 10 sessions
No class on Wednesday, November 24th (Thanksgiving) 

In this course we open to our experiences of birth and parenting through movement in depth (also known as authentic movement).  Because our bodies are the primary sites of our parenting, reflective movement often brings unexpected insight, joy and healing.  As we collectively emerge from the present pandemic, in which our lives as parents have been deeply affected, we can nurture ourselves and our families by pausing the often relentless pace of parenting to (re)connect with ourselves.  Tuning into our bodies through subtle movement, we are trained to see and be seen in non judgemental ways.  This course is open to experienced movers and those without prior experience.  It is open to anyone who self identifies as a parent, biologically and otherwise.

Contemporary (In Person)

Thursdays from 6:45-8:15pm, @ BAX with Skye Montante

Ages 16+
Weekly drop in registration: 10 Sessions
No class on Thursday, November 25 (Thanksgiving)   

This class will combine technical elements, improvisation and choreography in order to help students express themselves through movement. Pulling from components of Ballet, Jazz, Modern and Hip Hop styles to create a fusion class that will push dancers to move in new exciting ways. Come explore elements from floor work to musicality to help you become a well rounded and versatile dancer!