Sister Kate Dance Company Boot Camps are a chance for you to get to experience what it’s like to be a Vintage Chorus Line Dancer!
Over the course of 4 weeks, you will:
- Learn an original choreography, choreographed by a Sister Kate dancer
- Work on performance presence on stage.
- Connect with other eager and enthusiastic dancers in town
- Perform in front of a live audience (or record yourself dancing the routine and be included in the ultimate music video for the project, depending upon CDC guidelines and Covid safety precautions)!
October 2021 Boot Camp - Tickets NOW OPEN!
Please note, our in-person boot camps moving forward will be only available to those that are fully vaccinated and can provide proof of vaccination before the first day of class. Thank you for understanding as we continue to battle this worldwide public health crisis.
Currently, our plan for our October Boot Camp is to meet IN PERSON, vaccinated AND masked, unless we are directed by the CDC (and otherwise advised by dancers who are in the medical industry) to no longer meet in person out of safety. Should that occur, our class will shift to virtual remote. As our students, your safety is our top priority.
Tuesdays in October 2021!
- Tuesday, October 5th: 6:30-8pm
- Tuesday, October 12th, 19th, 26th: 7:00-8pm
Currently, our plan is to have in-person classes at the Theater Puget Sound. We will definitely take all precautions and will notify all students should Covid safety become a concern and we are switching to remote.
Anyone and everyone who is happy to wear the “team costume” is WELCOME to take part; all genders welcome, you only need to wear the team “costume” as planned for everyone, and have a pair of boots of your own that you can dance in!
This class will be an original 1920s Charleston based choreography by Sister Kate founding member, Robin Nunnally!
More information about the performance coming soon!
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Not at this time. In the future, once the CDC and data says otherwise, then we can re-examine the potentiality of opening up the boot camps without the need to check vaccination status, but at this time, per all the science and data trends, vaccinated only + masked is the only way to be the safest for everyone in our community involved.
This class will be an original 1920s Charleston based choreography by Sister Kate founding member, Robin Nunnally! Class will be taught by SKDC members Robin Nunnally and Andrea Groenink.
For class sessions, wear anything comfy that you can move and sweat in. We recommend that you wear the shoes you will perform in so you are accustomed to how they will feel.
For the performance, we are asking folks to wear a jewel toned flapper dress of your choosing, and a covid-friendly face mask that you can “dress up” however you like! Please see our Pinterest board for inspiration.
We always read all the product reviews and do our best to find a costume that will celebrate many different body forms. If you have any questions/concerns around costuming, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us: SisterKateGirls@gmail.com.
It is not required that you participate in the performance to take the class, although what’s the fun in that?
As long as you are willing to wear the “costume look”, and attend all the class rehearsals, then you’re absolutely in for performing!
We’ll start off each class with some sort of warm-up, whether that be a freestyle dance or simply running the routine we’ve learned.
Please note that due to our limited time together, we don’t have time to stretch while together, so please make sure to stretch on your own after class.
Sister Kate Dance Company has been busy following the CDC guidelines and suggestions from medical professionals within our dance community.
Currently, our plan for our October Boot Camp is to meet IN PERSON, vaccinated AND masked, unless we are directed by the CDC (and otherwise advised by dancers who are in the medical industry) to no longer meet in person out of safety. Should that occur, our class will shift to virtual remote, even if that happens mid-way through the series. As our students, your safety is our top priority.
CODE OF CONDUCT
We treat each other and ourselves with respect and compassion. We strictly prohibit discrimination and harassment based on race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender expression, disability, or any other status protected by federal, state, or local laws.
- We allow refunds for our camps up to 2 weeks before the scheduled Boot Camp start date! This allows us to choreograph for a known number of attendees and not disrupt formations/numbers. Otherwise, your ticket is transferable (please reach out for additional info)
- In the event of a cancellation by SKDC, we will refund your full amount asap.