Charlotte Cirque & Dance Center
The Charlotte Cirque & Dance Center is the school of Caroline Calouche & Co. CC&DC programs will support your aspirations whether they be professional or an adventurous hobbyist. The focus in all our educational programs is to develop grit, collaboration, community and creativity. Caroline
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Students can see a professional dance and circus performance by Caroline Calouche & Co. at a discounted price. School Shows are at the Booth Playhouse in the Blumenthal Performing Arts Center in Uptown Charlotte. Teachers will receive a Teacher Guide for the performance and students participate in a Question and Answer session immediately following the performance with the dancers.
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Thursday, May 4
Friday, May 5
11 am – 12:15
Booth Playhouse at the Blumenthal Performing Arts Center
170 N. Tryon Street
$13 Per student and Chaperone
$11 Title 1 student and Chaperone
SL1 – Write arguments to support claims in an analysis of substantive topics or texts, using valid reasoning and relevant and sufficient evidence. By viewing our Lecture/Demonstrations students learn how to create and develop their own structured and detailed narratives.
SL3 – Analyze how and why individuals, events, and ideas develop and interact over the course of a text. Our Lecture/Demonstrations help students analyze ideas and sequences through the dances that are presented.
SL5 – Demonstrate understanding of figurative language, word relationships, and nuances in word meanings. Lecture/Demonstrations teach students how to evaluate information figuratively and decipher nuances through the use of dance.
K.R.1 – Use a variety of thinking skills to analyze and evaluate dance. Through the use of structured Lecture/Demonstration students develop the capacity to analyze dance intellectually and evaluate meaning.
K.C.1 – Understand cultural, historical, and interdisciplinary connections with dance. Our Lecture/Demonstrations shows how dance can portray social and historical events as well as they will learn how dance developed over time. This encourages students to see the relationship between dance and other disciplines and studies.
4.CP.1 – Use choreographic principles, structures, and processes to create dances that communicate ideas, experiences, feelings, and images. Lecture/Demonstrations prepare students to choreograph by presenting the material in a way that allows them to understand the structure and principles used when choreographing a dance.
Melissa Current, Dance Educator at First Ward Creative Academy
Julie Ballard, Dance Educator at Hunter Huss High School in Gastonia
Michele Nonemaker, Dance Educator at Mountain Island Academy
No refunds 4 weeks prior to the performance date.