Chance to dance summer intensive

august 8th & 9th, 2018 10:00 am - 3:30pm

To Register email your name and age to

chancetodance17@gmail.com

Don't miss this exciting Summer Intensive with Carleen Zouboules, and Katie Forss.

Carlene Zouboules

Carleen is going into her third year of her BFA in Performance Dance degree at Ryerson University and has recently returned from a month of training and performing in Greece! Katie is currently contracted for her second season with the world famous Radio City Rockettes in New York City and is pursuing a BFA in dance at the University of Arizona! Carleen and Katie cannot wait to share their knowledge and love of dance with you this summer!

Katie Forss

Originally from Spokane, Washington, Katie Forss was raised in Edmonton, Canada where she trained at Shelly's Dance Company.  She continued her studies, pursuing a BFA in dance on a talent scholership at the University of Arizona.  Katie has worked closely with choreographers such as Stacey Tookey, Michael Williams, Blake Magrath, and Tamara Dyke-Compton, performing their many acclaimed works.  She has spent inspiring summers around the world training wiht Joffery School of Ballet, the Royal Academy of Dance, Pushing Progress, Alberta Ballet, and New York City Dance Alliance.  Forss even trained with Giordano Dance Chicago where she was selected to be mentored by the company in 2016.  In 2017, Katie accepted her first Broadway contract with the world famous Radio City Rockettes in New York City.  Appearing on Good Morning America, The Macey's Thanksgiving Parade, and the NBC Rockefeller Christmas Tree lighting, the Rockettes have graced the stage of Radio City Music Call since 1932.  Throughout her career Forss has appeared on various televistion netorks and has partaken in ad campaigns for InStyle Magazine, Rockettes.com, Snapchat and Squarespace.  Forss is currently contracted for her second season with the Radio City Rockettes and is looking forward to a summer full of sharing her love of Dance.

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