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Winter Intensive

Winter Intensive II




Dance Department Head, Linda Kent, is joined by accomplished P-M faculty members Jennifer Golonka, Ernesta Corvino, Antonio Brown & Nicholas Villeneuve  to teach classes in Pilates, Ballet, Modern, Jazz and Partnering.


Featuring the Following Guest Artists to Teach Repertory:
Elisa ClarkElisa Clark is from the Washington, DC area, and received her early training  from the Academy of the Maryland Youth Ballet, studying with Tensia Fonseca, Michelle Lees, Eric Hampton and Rhodie Jorgenson, amongst others. She received her BFA from the Juilliard School, under the direction of the late Benjamin Harkarvy. While in school she had the opportunity to work with and perform with the Nederlands Dans Theater. 

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Jessica Lange
Since 1999, Jessica Lang has been choreographing extensively for ballet and modern companies across the US and abroad. She is noted for her artfully crafted, emotionally engaging work and has been described for having "established a reputation for concocting ingenious choreographic interactions between dancing bodies and the movements of striking set and costume pieces."



Kyle Abraham

Kyle Abraham, professional dancer and choreographer, began his training at theCivic Light Opera Academy and the Creative and Performing Arts High School in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He cotinued his dance studies in New York, receiving a BFA from SUNY Purchase and an MFA from NYU Tisch School of the Arts. Over the past few years, Abraham has received tremendous accolades and awards for his dancing and choreography.

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Thang DaoThang Dao was born in Danang, Vietnam. He currently resides in New York City as a dancer and choreographer. Thang received his formal dance education from the Juilliard School and The Boston Conservatory. Thang holds a BFA in dance from The Boston Conservatory and an MA from New York University. He danced for the Stephen Petronio Company from 2001-2006, leaving to focus on his choreographic career. He has also worked for the Metropolitan Opera and Little People Orchestra.  Find Out More About Thang


Theatre/Musical Theatre Department Head Victor Maog is joined by elite P-M Faculty Members Jennifer Golonka, Philip Hernandez& Jason Michael Webb to teach classes in Pilates, Movement, Acting and Musical Theatre.


Featuring the Following Guest Artists to Teach Daily Seminars:


Kristoffer DiazFull length titles for Kristoffer Diaz include The Elaborate Entrance of Chad Deity, Welcome to Arroyo's, Guernica, and #therevolution. Awards: New York Times Outstanding Playwright Award; Lucille Lortel Award for Outstanding Play; Village Voice Obie Award for the Best New American Play; the inaugural Gail Merrifield Papp Fellowship from The Public Theater, Dallas Theater Center, Center Theater Group, The Goodman, and Oregon Shakespeare Festival.
Ross MeyersonRoss Meyerson, along with his partner Julie Tucker, was awarded an Emmy and Artios Award for the casting of Damages (2007) as well as an Emmy nomination for Damages (2008), Nurse Jackie (2010 & 2011) and the Big C (2011) as well as an Artios Award for Rescue Me. His current shows include: Damages (FX), Nurse Jackie (Showtime) and White Collar (USA) and The 2-2 (CBS).
Adam GwonAdam Gwon is a composer/lyricist based in New York City.  His musicals include Ordinary Days (Roundabout, London's West End), The Boy Detective Fails (Signature Theatre; book: Joe Meno) and Cloudlands (South Coast Repertory; book/co-lyrics: Octavio Solis.)  His honors include the Kleban, Ebb, and Loewe awards for excellence in musical theater writing, the ASCAP Harold Adamson award, and the MAC John Wallowitch award, as well as commissions from Signature Theatre (Arlington), South Coast Repertory, Broadway Across America, and the EST/Sloan Project.
Orlando PabotoyOrlando Pabotoy's most recent projects include choreographing The Cherry Orchard (with John Turturro) adapting and directing Il mondo della luna (USC MFA in Acting) creating and directing That Beautiful Laugh (LA New Musical Festival); directing Zibaldone (CSULB), directing Scapin for the Juilliard Drama Division with Bill Irwin as the adaptor/choreographer, and choreographing Shakespeare Santa Cruz' production of Romeo and Juliet and Andrei Belgrader's production of Pericles (UCSD and USC MFA).

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