Dorothy bellydances into the land of Oz, meets friends and foes, and tries to return home. Join us for a dramatic and imaginative show!
Saturday May 12, 2018
Shows at 4 PM – SOLD OUT
and 7:00 PM Ticket still available!
Theater doors open 15 minutes before show time. Refreshments available on a cash donation basis
The show is at the Tek Box Theater, which is located in the Cowles Center for the Arts. The Tek Box is on the second floor of the building.
Recommended parking is in the lot behind the Cowles Center.
Shahrzad Workshops and Show
Most of Shahrzad’s technique and choreography is influenced from her training in Egypt where she has been mentored by some of the top dancers in the world. She has traveled extensively to do in depth study about the music, dance, and cultural traditions surrounding both so that she can give students a deeper knowledge of the roots of belly dance as well as its modern uses. Inspired by her interest in teaching, Shahrzad underwent a 2 year Pilates apprenticeship. Now as a fully certified Pilates instructor with extensive training in anatomy and movement she is able to bring a new level of education to her students by breaking down technique in detailed terms right down to what each muscle of the body is doing.
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Show tickets are $20 and can be purchased here:
Shaabi: Cairo Street Style
Shaabi is the ever evolving dance and musical style popular in the streets and clubs of Cairo. The latest Shaabi music has a new hiphop element which is also reflected in the style of movement. Shahrzad will be teaching technique and choreography to brand new music straight from Cairo!
Shimmies and Isolations
Shake, pop, and roll! Fine tune your dancing skills with this fun and upbeat workshop. Learn new technique for shimmies and isolations of the hips, belly, and chest and then challenge your body with layering drills and combinations.
Saturday night show at Tek Box Theater
7:00 PM. Tickets $20
Classical Choreography / Dance with feeling
The classical Egyptian songs of artists such as Om Kalthoum are some of the most difficult to dance to due to their lush composition and deep emotional meaning. Shahrzad will use one of her detailed choreographies to a classical Egyptian song to show students how to interpret the rhythm, melody, and meaning of the music with their bodies.
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