Sunday, September 30 | 10:00 - 11:30 AM
Firehouse Arts and Events Center
$18 general, $15 w/ student ID (no class cards)
We are so excited to have former member and co-founder of BRD, Diane Williams back in the studio with us this fall! Diane will be resetting her duet When the World Ends, which was originally choreographed for a Phrasings performance in spring of 2014. Join us for a master class with her on September 30 at the Firehouse.
Diane is a movement and visual artist who has been dancing, choreographing and teaching in Bellingham for more than 15 years. She studied dance at the University of Washington and on scholarship at Western Washington University, and has taught at WWU, Pacific Danceworks, and Northwest Ballet School. Diane currently teaches Contemporary, Jazz, Lyrical and Choreography classes at Opus Performing Arts School. She is a co-founder of Bellingham Repertory Dance, recently retired from the stage after twelve years with the company. During that time, she had the pleasure of performing the works of many notable choreographers, including Joshua Beamish, Wade Madsen, Gina and Kyle Sorenson, Pablo Cornejo, Mary Sheldon-Scott, Deborah Wolf, Daniel Stark, Marlo Ariz, and solo works by Kevin Jenkins, Eva Stone and Lindsey Drury. She is honored and thrilled to be invited back to BRD as a choreographer and guest teacher.