Where The Wild Things Move
A movement-with-props youth program designed by Kate & Bruno of Arts & Above. Supported by their extensive professional dance careers, and their interest to tell stories, K+B recycle bright orange plastic milk crates from a larger artistic work of their own, and use them as props and as fellow dance members.
The goal is simple: to create a one of a kind performance each time with an original story, music, and cast. In this program, the participants will get to dance, engage in a variety of exercises, with and without the crates, and use their imagination under the direction of qualified professionals. We will always encourage cooperation within the group while acknowledging their individuality.
Ages 7-12 (going into 2nd grade - 5th grade recommended)
*older and younger students invited upon conversation with the directors.
Rehearsals and Performance at
Rocky Mountain Ballet Theatre
2704 Brooks St
Missoula, MT 59801
Monday 10:00am - 1:00pm
Tuesday 10:00am - 1:00pm
Wednesday 10:00am - 1:00pm
Thursday 10:00am - 1:00pm
* 12:30pm - 1:00pm - A studio performance
of “Where The Wild Things Move”
(open to family and friends to attend free of charge).
The material presented throughout the week is progressive, so it is important that students attend each day.
Participants should wear appropriate attire (shorts, leggings, t-shirts) including protective footwear (tennis shoes) they can safely move in. It is recommended to leave jewelry and accessories at home.
There is a water fountain in the building, but it is recommended that everyone brings their own water bottle, along with a snack.
Participation Fee: $125.00
12 total spots available
To Register contact Arts & Above:
Check to Arts & Above
Letitia Hays - Board Chair
Kathleen Emerson - Board Treasurer
Kate Jordan Augusto - Board Member
Bruno Augusto - Board Member
Emily Dunham - Design Consultant & Volunteer
Susan Scott Heyneman Foundation
Missoula Community Access Television
Montana Arts Council
West Side Studios & Theater
*We are funded in part by coal severance taxes paid based upon coal mined in Montana and deposited in Montana's cultural and aesthetic projects trust fund.