SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 2006
AT THE STARLIGHT DANCE CENTER
FRONT ROOM STUDIO
7 HIGH STREET
DOORS OPEN FOR REGISTRATION
& SHOPPING: 10:30am - 11:00am
WARM-UP WITH CHADIA 11:00am - 11:15am
CANE CLASS WITH SU'AD 1:15am - 12:45pm
LUNCH BREAK (bring your own)
& SHOPPING 12:45pm - 1:15pm
ZILL CLASS WITH FARASHA 1:15pm - 2:45pm
PERFORMANCE BY FARASHA
& SU'AD & DANCE CIRCLE 2:45pm - 3:15pm
LAST MINUTE SHOPPING 3:15pm - 3:30pm
Cost of full day workshop $ per person with advance registration by
Half day workshop either morning or afternoon $ per person with advance registration by Nov 10!!
Walk ins: For Full Day $ per person!!
For Half day $ per person!!
Crazy Cane Class with Su'ad:
Challenge yourself and use a cane!!! Ever wondered how you can add this exciting prop to your dance routine? We'll review the basics of cane technique (useful for women or men)' add some advanced work (for those already using a cane); and work on a short choreography so you can confidently use a cane in your next show! Su'ad has studied cane/tahtib with many notable teachers including Yousry Sharif, Bobby Farrah and Morocco!!
Su'ad of Connecticut has been a performer, teacher and choreographer since 1981. She was co-founder of troupe Hazet Helwa in Wisconsin. In late 1991, she established Desert Moon Dancers, who have performed at many dance seminars in the Northeast, including First Night Hartford and the first Connecticut Dance Alive! Festival at the Garde Arts Theatre in New London. Over the years, Su'ad has studied with many great teachers, but counts as her greatest influences the late Ibrahim Farrah, and more recently Anahid Sofian and Morocco of New York City. She has developed the concepts "Dancing with the Brain and Soul" and "Dance Dynamics. With Sonia Dunbar, she is co-proprietor of Dar el Beida, Middle Eastern Costume & Accessories business.
Scintillating Zills Class with Farasha!
Learn the secrets of great Zill playing and how to add dynamic excitement to your dance with their scintillating sounds! Zill Drills, technique and a short choreography will be taught. Farasha has been greatly inspired by "Bobby" and Morocco of NYC!!
Performer, teacher and choreographer from New Jersey, Farasha began her dance career in Harrisburg, PA in the early 1980's as a member of Troupe Kismet, appearing in the Harrisburg Arts Festival and Musicfest in Bethlehem. In New Jersey, she performed with the Moon & Star Dance troupe. She emcees and has performed in - the annual East Brunswick Community Fair. She teaches privately at her Jackson home studio. Farasha is featured in the book Belly Laughs and is producer of the late Ibrahim Farrah's final concert video, A Journey. Farasha is a proud member of Morocco's Casbah Dance Experience, which has performed at Lincoln Center, NYC and in Cairo, Egypt. She is the proprietor of Farasha's Dance Treasures, purveyors of dazzling costumes and accessories.
Performance & Dance Circle: After the completion of the workshops, there will be 2 exciting performances by our guest teachers Farasha & Su'ad. Then we will all join in a dance circle and pass the dance scarf around and have loads of fun dancing for eachother!!
Contact Chadia (201) 214-1837
Gypsy Caravan Enterprises, Inc.
Farasha's Dance Treasures
Suad's Dar ElBeida
From Route 3 East:
Get off at the Passaic Avenue / Nutley / Passaic Exit (Route 7). Make a right on to Ward Avenue. Make left on to Passaic Avenue which turns in to Cathedral Avenue. Go to the end and make a left on to Kingsland Street. Go to the light and make a right on to Franklin Avenue. Immediately after the train tressel and light, make a right on to High Street. Starlight Dance Center is on the left side of the street.
From Route 3 West:
Get off at the Passaic Avenue / Nutley / Passaic Exit (Route 7). Make a left on to Passaic Avenue which turns in to Cathedral Avenue. Go to the end and make a left on to Kingsland Street. Go to the light and make a right on to Franklin Avenue. Immediately after the train tressel and light, make a right on to High Street. Starlight Dance Center is on the left side of the street.
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