Join us for Stars of Tomorrow, an annual dance invitational held on Sunday, April 2, 2017.
At Stars of Tomorrow dancers come together for an energetic evening of dance at the prestigious Concert Hall at the State University of New York’s Purchase College in Purchase, NY.
Participating studios showcase several of their signature numbers giving friends and families an opportunity to experience their dancers’ talents in a professional and fun atmosphere. The dancers’ day begins with a musical theatre jazz workshop taught by Chaz Wolcott, direct from the national tour and movie of Disney’s Newsies.
Before the performance, parents and teachers are invited to a complimentary wine and cheese reception, featuring a gift basket fundraiser, in the upper lobby of the Performing Arts Center, beginning at 5 pm. At 6:30 pm, the performance begins.
Dance photographer Nina Wurtzel will offer photo sessions with the dancers before the performance and photograph the show. Prints will be available for purchase.
Schools participating on April 2:
|Allegra Dance Greenwich
Artists in Motion
Center for the Performing Arts
City Center Dance
Connecticut Dance Conservatory
Monroe Dance Academy
New Jersey Dance Theatre Ensemble
Paul Taylor Teen Ensemble
Performing Arts Center of Connecticut
New Milford, CT
North Andover, MA
White Plains, NY
Bedford Hills, NY
New York, NY
Participating schools commit to selling tickets based on the number of dances they perform.
Thanks in part to the students and studios of Stars of Tomorrow, Dancers Responding to AIDS and Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS awarded more than $6 million in grants to AIDS and family service organizations in New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts and New Jersey in 2016. These funds helped make sure that those in need had access to lifesaving medications, counseling, healthy meals and emergency financial assistance.
Be a part of Stars of Tomorrow and give back to those across the street and across the nation.
To sign up for this year’s event please contact Chip Byars at firstname.lastname@example.org or 212.840.0770, ext. 235.