Our ONLINE Workshops
'Shall we Dance'
Led by International award winning choreographer, a movement director & educator Anthony Whiteman
For All ages
Intermediate/Advanced dance levels
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Anthony is bringing us Old Hollywood glamour and grace in this week's dance class! This week we'll be dancing to 'Shall We Dance' from the musical comedy Crazy for You! Feel free to dress up in your best old-school Hollywood garb!
This class is directed to intermediate/advanced dancers who want to be challenged with more advanced choreography!
BONUS SOCIAL SHARING! After the class you can send us a video of yourself doing the dance and we'll piece it all together to make it a full length dance video that we'll share on social media on Friday!
MORE ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
Anthony Whiteman - Anthony is an international award winning choreographer, movement director and theatre maker. Based in London, Anthony’s work can be found on on stage, on screen and online.
He has choreographed and staged actors, children and performers with a strong dance basis for plays, musicals and music videos.
Anthony is highly skilled at creating inventive movement and choreography, which is led by the narrative of the text . He is a keen developer of new musical theatre writing and reimagining classic book musicals for a modern audience.
Anthony trained as a full scholarship student at the ‘original’ Masters Performing Arts, under the personal direction of Wendy Headford, where he obtained is ISTD associate teaching qualifications. Upon graduating, he immediately joined the international tour of ‘Cats’, and continued to work in commercial West End musical theatre for over 12 years.
Anthony was able to work and learn from leading industry professionals including Peter Darling, Arlene Phillips, Bill Deamer and Gillian Lynne, who he was able to assist and work closely with while the Resident Choreographer on ‘Chitty Chitty Bang Bang’.
Alongside his choreographic work, Anthony enjoys working as a dance educator and lecturer in the UK. He has worked at institutions such as; London Studio Centre, Bird College, Trinity Laban, Guildford School of Acting and The Musical Theatre Academy.
He has also freelanced as a tap and movement coach for Billy Elliot the Musical and was the choreographic mentor on a new musical project for Perfect Pitch.