2018 Schedule

*** Classes are subject to time changes and/or cancellation.

Monday

Studio A

5:00-6:30pm Ballet 4 & 5 Technique

6:30-7:30pm Ballet 1 Technique

7:30-9:00pm Adult Jazz

Studio C

5:00-6:00pm Jazz 2 and 3 Technique

6:00-6:30pm Jazz 2 and 3 Competition Choreography

6:30-7:30pm Hip Hop SR. Technique and Competition Choreography

7:30-8:30pm Contemporary 2 and 3 Technique and Choreography

Tuesday

Studio A

5:30-6:30pm Ballet 3 and 4 Technique

6:30-7:30pm Ballet 2 Technique

 

Studio C

5:00-6:00pm Jazz 1 Technique

6:00-6:30pm Jazz 1 Competition Choreography

6:30-7:30pm Hip Hop Jr. Recreational Technique and Choreography

7:30-8:00pm Musical Theatre Large Group Competition Choreography

8:00-9:00pm Jazz 4 and 5 Technique

9:00-9:30pm Jazz 5 Competition Choreography

Wednesday

Studio A

5:00-6:00pm Ballet 1 and 2 Technique

6:00-7:30pm Ballet 4 and 5 Technique

7:30-8:30pm Adult Ballet (Call for schedule 651-332-1499)

Studio B

5:45-6:30pm Tots Ballet and Tap Combo Class Age 2-4

Studio C

4:30-5:15pm Tap 3 and 4 Technique

5:15-5:45pm Tap 3 and 4 Choreography

6:00-6:45pm Tap 1 and 2 Technique

6:45-7:15pm Tap 1 and 2 Competition Choreography

7:45-8:45pm Hip Hop JR. Competition Technique and Choreography

Thursday

Studio A

5:00-6:00pm Contemporary/Lyrical Level 1 Technique and Choreography

6:00-6:30pm Jazz 1 Recreational Choreography (Requires Jazz 1 Technique class from 5:00-6:00pm Studio C.)

7:30-8:00pm Contemporary 2 and 3 Competition Choreography

Studio B

5:45-6:45pm Ballet and Tap Combo Class Mini’s Age 5-7

Studio C

5:00-6:00pm Jazz 1 Technique

6:00-6:30pm Jazz 1 Competition Choreography

6:30-7:30pm Jazz 2 and 3 Technique

7:30-8:00pm Jazz 2 and 3 Small Group Choreography

8:00-8:30pm Jazz Large Group Choreography Levels 2,3,4,5

8:30-9:30pm Jazz 4 and 5 Technique

 

Saturday

Studio A

9:45-10:30am Tots Ballet and Tap Combo Class Age 2-4

Studio C

10:30AM-12:00N Tap and Jazz Combo Class Recreational Age 7-13

Jillian on Fox9- Children’s Theatre Company/ Cinderella

One of Studio Vibe’s students will be performing in Cinderella (Children’s Theatre Company) through January 5,2014.
Jillian, we saw you on Fox 9 this morning. Break a leg in Cinderella. We are so proud of you! Congratulations!!!!
#childrenstheatre #cinderella

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Click for tickets and complete details.
http://www.childrenstheatre.org/plays/2013-2014-season/cinderella

 

 

Christopher Damlo

Christopher Damlo

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Christopher is a theatre artist that has been working and creating art in the Fargo-Moorhead area for the past 5 years. Christopher graduated with a degree in Theatre Art with an emphasis in Directing, Performing, and Design, as well as a degree in Communication Studies. His love of theatre began in high school when his friend dragged him into an audition for Thoroughly Modern Millie and was cast as “Mama” and an ensemble member. Ever since then Christopher has been in perpetual production for a show somewhere.

 

Christopher is in his second year as, the newly titled, Artistic Director at Oak Grove Lutheran High School. During his first year he directed The whole Shebang, You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown, and Godspell. Before he began his work for Oak Grove Christopher has previously directed children’s theatre at the Fargo-Moorhead Community Theatre (FMCT), some of his production credits include: Aladdin Kids, Aristocats Kids, and School House Rock Live. Jr. He has also taught a few youth acting classes with FMCT.

 

Christopher has performed in various productions around the FM area with Concordia, FMCT, and Tin Roof Theatre Company. Some of his favorite shows to perform in where Schoolhouse, Little Women, Brighton Beach Memoirs, The Foreigner, Young Frankenstein, Camino Real, and The New Years Eve Musical Review. Besides working in the FM community Christopher has been performed in/fight choreographed shows in the Detroit Lakes are such as: Taming of the Shrew, The Merry Wives of Windsor, Romeo and Juliet, and The Mystery of Irma Vep.

 

Along with that Christopher has also been known to design and work on make-up/special effects make-up for shows. Some of the work he is most proud of was in the productions Slasher, Return to the Forbidden Planet, and Eurydice.

Christopher hopes to never stop working in the theatre and wants to thank his friends for their patients and parents for constant support and love.

 

Musical Theater Weekend Seminar this weekend

Training in singing, acting, and dancing. Call for more details 651-332-1499.

Musical Theatre Program: Envision Your Triple Threat
Master Class Weekend Seminar
10 POWERFUL HOURS WITH THE MASTERS
November 9th and 10th
Saturday 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Sunday 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM

STAFF:
Bryce Henrickson: Musical Theatre Director
Jess Bjore: Choreographer
Christopher Damlo: Guest Staff
Rachel Geinert: Guest Staff

Course Descriptions:

Acting for Singers:

In this course, the students will be learning the acting fundamentals that are required for any triple threat. When the student participates in Acting for Singers, they will be coached in diving deep into the process of analyzing a song to provide the proper emotions for a performance. This course is helpful to singers, actors, and dancers alike. The goal of this course is to train your triple threat: how to connect singing, dancing, and acting together to create unique and powerful performances that the audience is sure to love.

Viewpoints/Actor Training:

In this course the students will be learning the fundamentals of viewpoints training. Viewpoints, is a physical form of acting that allows for actors to become familiar and comfortable making choices, while on stage. This is also, immensely helpful in training actors of any age how to be good ensemble members and make quality and thoughtful decisions on stage.

Always Say, “Yes”: An Improv Workshop

From students just beginning their acting careers to those who have been honing their skills for years, everyone benefits from improv. Learning to think on your feet and let go of your inhibitions are critical for every actor. The most important thing that the student will get out of this class is partner work. Just like in scene work, improv is all about trust: trust that your partner will take what you are giving them, trust that your partner knows where they’re going, and trust that your teammates will save you if you lose control. Students will be up on their feet trying new things, playing games, and discovering how to say “yes.”

Dance for Musical Theatre:

In this course students will learn a combination of Broadway style jazz. If your dream is to be on Broadway this is the class for you. As a dancer, you will learn how to put together and balance musicality, acting, and singing with your dancing skills. We will discuss the importance of proper breathing, large formations, props, stage terms, and more. Get your jazz hands ready for a fun class!!

 

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Musical Theatre Program Nov. 9 & 10th.

Musical Theatre is coming to VIBE! We are very exited to start a new program at VIBE! Envision your triple threat. Training in singing, acting, and dancing.

This will take place November 9th and 10th.

Contact for details. 651-332-1499 or email michelle@studiovibemn.com

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Musical Theatre Program:  Envision Your Triple Threat
Master Class Weekend Seminar
10 POWERFUL HOURS WITH THE MASTERS
November 9th and 10th
Saturday 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Sunday 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM

STAFF:
Bryce Henrickson:  Musical Theatre Director
Jess Bjore:  Choreographer
Christopher Damlo:  Guest Staff
Rachel Geinert:  Guest Staff

Course Descriptions:

Acting for Singers:
In this course, the students will be learning the acting fundamentals that are required for any triple threat. When the student participates in Acting for Singers, they will be coached in diving deep into the process of analyzing a song to provide the proper emotions for a performance. This course is helpful to singers, actors, and dancers alike.  The goal of this course is to train your triple threat: how to connect singing, dancing, and acting together to create unique and powerful performances that the audience is sure to love.

 

Viewpoints/Actor Training:
In this course the students will be learning the fundamentals of viewpoints training.  Viewpoints, is a physical form of acting that allows for actors to become familiar and comfortable making choices, while on stage.  This is also, immensely helpful in training actors of any age how to be good ensemble members and make quality and thoughtful decisions on stage.

Always Say, “Yes”:  An Improv Workshop:
From students just beginning their acting careers to those who have been honing their skills for years, everyone benefits from improv.  Learning to think on your feet and let go of your inhibitions are critical for every actor. The most important thing that the student will get out of this class is partner work.  Just like in scene work, improv is all about trust: trust that your partner will take what you are giving them, trust that your partner knows where they’re going, and trust that your teammates will save you if you lose control.  Students will be up on their feet trying new things, playing games, and discovering how to say “yes.”
Dance for Musical Theatre:
In this course students will learn a combination of Broadway style jazz. If your dream is to be on Broadway this is the class for you. As a dancer, you will learn how to put together and balance musicality, acting, and singing with your dancing skills.  We will discuss the importance of proper breathing, large formations, props, stage terms, and more.  Get your jazz hands ready for a fun class!!

 

Bryce Henrickson – Musical Theater Director

Bryce Hendrickson

Bryce is an artistic director that has been an educator, theater director, music director, choreographer, and production designer for 6 years.  His favorite theater collaborations include working with: Discovery Middle School (Fargo, ND), Davies High School (Fargo, ND), Fargo Moorhead Community Theater (FMCT), Stephen Arts Council, and Stephen-Argyle Central High School.  Bryce has loved learning all the different aspects that go into producing a musical. He has immersed himself into theater ever since his first directing/choreographing experience in 2008 with the FMCT in Fargo, North Dakota.

After this wonderful experience he music directed/choreographed three shows at Stephen-Argyle Central High school (grades 7-12). His favorite production while working with this group was Little Women the musical. Feeling ambitious after these years of experience, he Directed/Music Directed/Choreographed/Designed the musical Oliver! with the Stephen Arts Council. This was Bryce’s hardest and most rewarding experience to date. This would be his first time launching an entire musical by himself. From top to bottom this musical was Bryce’s “baby”.

When a Kindergarten teaching position with Fargo Public Schools came into Bryce’s view and moved him to Fargo, ND, he started worked with the Davies High School production (Little Shop of Horrors, A Midsummer Nights Dream, Into the Woods, Moon Over Buffalo, Annie, and The Diviners), FMCT productions (Lil’ Abner, New Year’s Revue, Aristocats Kids, School House Rock Live Jr., and Humpty-Dumpty Is Missing), and recently became the theater director for Discovery Middle School (Disney’s Mulan Jr. and a One Act Play).