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July 17 - July 28, 2017

NYC MKE's Summer Intensive offers unique opportunities for students to develop skills through daily technique classes, explore a variety of styles, and broaden their dance vocabulary.   The Dance and Theater Intensive will help foster a creative environment for students to explore and express themselves.  Classes for the 2017 Summer Intensive include: Ballet, Modern, Musical Theatre, Acting, Repertory(choreography), Dance History, Hip Hop, and African. Summer Intensive schedules are tailored by level for students' maximum development. We use age as a guideline, but age is not the determining factor for placement. Each student will be placed in the appropriate class according to their level of ability.  Students participating in both weeks will also learn choreography to present in a final performance at the end of the Intensive.



Schedule and Dates

Week 1 - July 17th-July 21st

Week 2 - July 24th-July 28th

Classes will be offered Monday through Friday 8:45 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Final presentation will take place on Friday, July 28th 4:30 p.m. (only for students participating in both weeks)

Age and Level

Ages 9-13 Beginner/Intermediate

Ages 14+ Intermediate/Advanced

Students participating in this Intensive should have at least 3 years of dance experience.

We use age as a guideline, but age is not the determining factor for placement.  Each student will be placed in the appropriate class according to their level of ability. 


(Subject to change)


       Ballet Technique                         Repertory (choreography)             Modern  (Horton technique)          African


       Musical Theater                          Acting                                          Dance History                               Hip Hop

Students will take a placement class on the first day of participation. 

Each level will take a combination of some of the disciplines listed above. 


Lanette Costas Stampley: New York dancer, instructor and mentor. Danced with Ailey II, Disney's Lion King, NJ Nets, 

                                              Kennedy Center Honors and Dance Soloist with Spiritual Singers of Harlem (abroad). 

                                              Currently, the Academy Program Director at InSpira PACC (New Jersey) and on faculty

                                              at the University of the Arts - PreCollege Program (Philadelphia. PA).


Malkia Stampley Johnson: Milwaukee native actor, director, teaching artist and arts leader, performing throughout

                                               Wisconsin and Chicago. Co-founder of Bronzeville Arts Ensemble and recently featured

                                                on Fox's Empire and NBC's Chicago PD.

Guest Faculty - To be announced soon

Tuition and Fees

Early bird discount

Register by July 1st: 

              $225 One Week (early bird discount $25 off)

              $400 Two Weeks (early bird discount $50 off)

  Registration after July 1st:

             $250 - One Week 

             $450 - Two weeks 

A $25 Registration Fee must be paid in addition to tuition.

Students must register and pay all fees no later than July 15, 2017. 

A $75.00 non refundable deposit is due at time of registration.

Refund Policy

Tuition paid is non-refundable. In the event serious illness or injury prevents a student from participating, a refund of up to 75% of the tuition amount paid will be considered.


Body and Soul Healing Arts Center

3617 N 48th St

Milwaukee, Wisconsin


For more information please contact NYC 2 MKE via email at                                                           or call (646) 337-4434



We are looking forward to a summer filled with challenge, discovery, focus and fun.

Registration Now Closed

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