Movement Invention Project2® 2018 Auditions

MIP2® 2018 NYC/NJ AUDITION
​Date: February 17, 2018
Location: New Jersey Dance Theatre Ensemble | 315B Springfield Avenue | Summit, NJ 07901
Time: 12pm Registration | 12:30pm-4:30pm Audition
Please bring: 1 copy of CV | 1 headshot | 1 Letter of Recommendation
Audition Fee: $30
**Reservations required. Contact mip@njdte.org

MIP2® NYC 2018 Program
Dates: July 2 - 13
Week 1: July 2 - July 7 (Monday - Saturday, No July 4th) 
Week 2: July 9 - July 13 (Monday - Friday) 
Location: Marymount Manhattan College, NYC TBA 
Tuition: ​US$1600 + US$35 registration fee 
​Dancers must attend both weeks of the program.

The MIP2® NYC 2018 Summer Program is a two-week, intensive introduction to the creative process and improvisational skills for advanced dancers ages 15 to 18. Each day begins with a Ballet class followed by pointe work for women and men’s work. The morning then concludes with Introduction to Improvisation. After lunch, dancers have Contemporary Technique followed by a Collaboration/Creative Process class. For more information, please email mip@njdte.org.

​*Dancers must attend both weeks of the program.
**No meals or housing are included in tuition. Housing arrangements and/or travel arrangements are at the discretion of each family. Please inquire for a list of suggested housing.

Contact Information
  1. 908 273 5500
  2. mip@njdte.org
Sat, February 17
12:00 pm — 4:30 pm
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MIP2® 2018 NYC/NJ AUDITION
​Date: February 17, 2018
Location: New Jersey Dance Theatre Ensemble | 315B Springfield Avenue | Summit, NJ 07901
Time: 12pm Registration | 12:30pm-4:30pm Audition
Please bring: 1 copy of CV | 1 headshot | 1 Letter of Recommendation
Audition Fee: $30
**Reservations required. Contact mip@njdte.org

MIP2® NYC 2018 Program
Dates: July 2 - 13
Week 1: July ...

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