The Branson Regional Arts Council announces registration for an 8-Week Session of Tap & Jazz Dance Classes at the Historic Owen Theatre.
Boys and Girls, ages 7-18, are invited to join the fun every Friday from March 6th – April 24th for eight fun filled, non-intimidating dance classes. Each class isDANCE CLASS REGISTRATION
Through these weekly courses, Beginner and Intermediate Dancers will learn and explore the details to dance basics and the technique behind it all. At the end of the school year, they will participate in group numbers to be performed in BRAC’s end of year student education showcase.
Click here for registration information. Payments by Credit Card or Personal Check Accepted.
- 4:30-5:30 Jazz 1 (ages 7-11, $10 per class = $80 total)
- 5:30-6:15 Tap 1 (ages 7-11, $7.50 per class = $60 total)
- 6:30-7:30 Jazz 2 (ages 12-18, $10 per class = $80 total)
- 7:30-8:30 Tap 2 (ages 12-18, $10 per class = $80 total)
- Mar 6 (Fri), Mar 13 (Fri), Mar 20 (Fri), Mar 27 (Fri)
- Apr 3 (Fri), Apr 10 (Fri), Apr 17 (Fri), Apr 24 (Fri)
Meet the instructor, Kristen Dasto:
A six year Rockette Summer Intensive alumni, originally from Southaven, Mississippi, Kristen began dancing at the young age of two years old and hasn’t stopped! She moved to New York in October of 2015 to attend the American Musical and Dramatic Academy (AMDA) where she trained with industry professionals in dance, voice, and acting. After her first year, Kristen transferred to begin her training at Broadway Dance Center (BDC) in their Training Program where she graduated with a Certificate of Completion in April, 2017.
Shortly after graduating from BDC, Kristen received her a certification in Classical Pilates through PowerPilates.
Kristen is currently working as the Head Dance Team Coach for Branson High School’s Dance Team, The Sweethearts. Along with choreographing all routines for the team to perform at special occasions and sporting events, she is getting her team ready for competitions with the hope of qualifying for the State Championships in the spring of 2020.
When she is not performing, she continues her own training in dance, voice, and acting as she knows always more to learn and room to grow in the arts industry.
Kristen loves helping others learn the essentials that she has learned and watching them grow to become the best they can possibly be.