If you’re looking to get fit, have fun and improve your dance training without breaking the bank, then we’ve got just the thing for you.
Amber Burns, the choreographer of Renegade’s productions of PARADE, REEFER MADNESS and SPRING AWAKENING is planning on spending her summer inside the Teatro Zuccone teaching anyone who wants to learn the ins and outs of musical theater choreography, dance and fitness.
Want to lose weight, gain strength, improve flexibility and have some fun? Take Amber’s Mixer, where you will get a full body workout using Amber’s combination of cardio, dance, strength training, yoga and more.
Or take the strength and flexibility focused Pilates classes to tone your body like never before!
If you want to dance your cares away, consider Jazz or Tap classes that are not only a lot of fun, but they will help you improve your performance skills and make you a more well-rounded artist!
The best part? Each class is just $5 a session. No contracts. No huge up-front fees. No massive commitments. Besides the one Amber is making to turning you into a lean, mean dancing machine!
Here’s the schedule of all the classes Amber will be offering this June! And don’t forget to join the group to make sure you stay up-to-date on all the great and budget-friendly classes we have to offer!
Blog Readers: It’s time to once again marvel in the majesty that is a trailer created by our very own Matt Helbacka, Renegade’s resident film director. He really captured the spirit of the shows we’re opening on June 7th, and we hope to see you all at one or both of them.
Preferably both. Trust us. You’re going to want to see them both.
We’re just a few weeks away from the opening of our summer repertory productions of two plays by one of the greatest writers in theater history, Tennessee Williams.
In 1947, Tennessee Williams’ new play, Summer and Smoke, premiered on Broadway. It has since gone on to be rightfully included in the storied cannon of one of the world’s finest playwrights. And yet, for Tennessee Williams, he wasn’t able to let this simple love story go. And so he wrote a new version. In 1951 he finished his sweeping rewrite of the play, now called The Eccentricities of a Nightingale. But theatrical companies all over the country had already embraced Summer and Smoke, and it would be nearly 15 years before this new play would be produced.
Two versions of the same play by one of theater’s most powerful and important voices. History has chosen Summer and Smoke. Tennessee Williams preferred The Eccentricities of a Nightingale. But which script best tells the story of Alma Winemiller and her love for the young doctor across the street? Now, Renegade presents both plays in repertory, so you can choose for yourself as we present both plays this June 7th – 16th.