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June 30, 2019

The Memphis/ Sister Act Experience with Ivory McKay

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Monday, July 22, 6:30 – 8:30pm
Age 16 and older

As part of Playhouse on Parks Professional Guest Artist Master Class Series 2019, join Ivory McKay, playing Mr. Bones in The Scottsboro Boys for a Master Class in performing choreography from “Underground” from Memphis and “Spread Love” from Sister Act. Ivory will focus on performance, musicality and bringing versatility to students’ work. The importance of diverse styles and time periods promote confidence, spontaneity and critical thinking, and allows students to develop their own expression and identity! Good for all levels, we will create a positive, joyful, hardworking and sweat full dance space! 

Other Info: Please wear sneakers, if you’d like to come early to warm up the studio will be open half an hour prior. 

(Ivory is featured in Playhouse On Park’s “The Scottsboro Boys”)

Professional Guest Artist Master Class Series 2019:

June 17: Broadway Dance: Fosse! with Stephanie Pope

July 15: Triple Threats! With Susan Haefner

July 22: The Memphis/Sister Act Experience with Ivory McKay

July 29: The Characters in Me! With Juwan Crawley

Classes are $30 each or $100 for all four!

http://www.playhouseonpark.org/web2/education_MasterClasses.html

IVORY MCKAY

Ivory McKay is originally from Michigan! Has lived in New York City for fourteen years and has been blessed to be a part of the Musical Theater World. Graduate of the University of Michigan with a B.A in Psychology, Ivory moved to Chicago for a couple of years and began his Musical Theater training. Joel Hall Studio, Homer Bryant and Lou Conte Studios were the places of Ivory’s Ballet, Jazz and Tap training. Moved to NYC and has loved it! Favorite performances include Buzz Who in Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas! (Madison Square Garden), Hello, Dolly! (Ensemble, National Tour Starring…Sally Struthers), Judah in Joseph and the Amazing…(National Tour ), and Radio City Christmas Spectacular Tours for six years and many Regional Theatres around the country!

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