Bucks County Playhouse announced a new online Broadway dance class series, which has been added to the lineup of education programs offered online for winter 2021. In Broadway Dance Workshops: Disney Series, participants will learn original choreography from various Disney Broadway musicals.
Students can enroll in three weeks ($65) or choose the weekly drop-in option ($25 per class). The course will run on Saturdays, from 12:45 to 2 p.m., on Feb. 27 (Aladdin), March 6 (The Lion King), and March 13 (Newsies). Returning students can receive a 20 percent discount for referrals and there is a sibling discount of 20 percent as well. To receive a discount, inquire prior to registration at firstname.lastname@example.org. Registration is available online at bcptheater.org.
Classes are taught by Dani Tucci Juraga, who owns and operates the Downstage Center Dance Studio in Bucks County, where she lives with her husband, son and several furry creatures. She started her career performing for Broadway, national tours and cruise lines before expanding to choreography for theater, tours and TV. She is on staff as an adjunct professor at Rider University (Musical Theater Department), teaching artist/choreographer at the Bucks County Playhouse and is a proud member of Actors Equity and SAG-AFTRA. Visit DaniTucciJuraga.com for more information.
“With the success we had with the Broadway Dance Workshops: Hamilton Series, we are thrilled to have Dani back to teach a new series,” said Michaela Murphy, director of education. “Dani’s classes are fun, upbeat and you’ll get a great workout. Children and adults take it and have a wonderful time.”