April 19, 2019

Super Sunday Workshop

Sunday, October 20, 2019. Location: Marie Ann Longlade School of Dance, 205-1650 Dundas St. East, Mississauga, Ontario

For Students, Teachers, Members and Non Members.

TimeRoom ATimeRoom B
9:15Junior Contemporary

Kylie Thompson
9:00Senior Jumps, Tricks & Turns

Kerry Gage
10:30Junior Jumps, Tricks &
Turns

Kerry Gage
10:30Senior Contemporary

Kylie Thompson
12-1pmLunchAGM-CDTA Members Only
1pmJunior Open Ballet

Mrs. Hughes
1pm Senior Funk Jazz

Miss Jess
2:15pmJunior Funk Jazz

Miss Jess
2:30Senior Open Ballet

Waltz Variation

Mrs. Hughes
3:30pmFinish3:30Advanced Ballet

Major Syllabus Revision

Students and Teachers

CDTA Full Members

No Charge
Contemporary – Kylie Thompson

Hailing from Toronto, Canada, Kylie is a multi-disciplinary performer, choreographer and educator.  She holds an honours degree in Kinesiology from McMaster University, and has trained in classical, contemporary and street styles with many acclaimed international teachers.  Recently her short dance film Versus was an official selection for the New Blue Festival of Emerging Dance, 40North Film Fest (California) and Videoskin Film Festival (Yukon).  In 2017 she created and presented her first independent stage work; 33/33, a full-length ensemble piece.  Outside of her own work Kylie has also worked as a dancer both in commercial and theatrical concert settings; in contemporary works by Hanna Kiel, Gadfly Dance Company, Alias Dance Project, Marie Lambin, Keren Rosenberg (Israel), Mate Meszaros (Hungary), and Jenn Edwards.  She has also performed at Toronto Original Choreographer’s Ball, ScotiaBank Nuit Blanche, Toronto PRIDE, Short Dances in Small Spaces, CONTACT, and Dance Matters.  She performed alongside pop artist Kiesza at WE Day 2015 and has been featured in music videos for artists Classified, Airplane Boys and Martin Huss.  A passionate educator; she has taught and shared her knowledge of movement at countless different studios and dance companies across Canada; including Toronto’s Underground Dance Centre,City Dance Corps, Calgary’s Decidedly Jazz Danceworks and Vancouver’s Harbour Dance Centre.  She is also a faculty member with Dance Attack Convention and Calgary/Toronto Dance Teacher Expo.  Kylie aims to inspire and motivate all those who she works with, and is dedicated to a life of making her passion her career

KERRY GAGE – Choreographer/Performer/Educator

Jumps, Tricks and Turns

Kerry currently resides in Toronto and is a professional Director and Choreographer. Kerry has spent nine seasons at the Stratford Festival. Productions she has worked on include; HMS Pinafore Crazy For You, Fiddler On The Roof, 42nd Street, Camelot, and Two Gentlemen of Verona.

You might have seen her on the CBC reality TV show Triple Sensation Season I and II as a dance judge and choreographer.

Kerry was also the Children’s Casting and Resident Director for the North American premiere of The Sound Of Music with Mirvish.

She has spent 13 seasons at the Charlottetown Festival as part of the creative team and the Director /Choreographer of the Confederation Centre Young Company.  Her performance credits include: Anne of Green Gables (Charlottetown Festival); Gigi, Love’s Labour’s Lost, My Fair Lady, Romeo & Juliet, The Boyfriend, The Gondoliers (Stratford Festival); Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, West

Side Story, and Guys & Dolls (Stage West); Grease (Elgin Theatre); Oedipus Rex and Hansel & Gretel (Canadian Opera Company.)

Her choreographic credits include: Mary Poppins, Beauty and the Beast, Mamma Mia, Shrek-the Musical, Elf-the Musical, Rocky Horror, Cinderella, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat, Wizard of OZ, Anne Of Green Gables, Forever Plaid, Annie, the Canadian premiere of Batboy – The Musical, You’re A Good Man Charlie Brown, Hello Dolly, and Songs for a New World.

She has taught at many theatre institutions such as Sheridan College, Randolph Academy, St.Clair College, St.Lawrence College, Etobicoke School Of the Arts, and George Brown College.

Kerry has been a dance adjudicator for festivals across Canada for twenty years.

“Nothing is impossible; the word itself says “I’m possible!” -Audrey Hepburn.