Here is our Downtown RhythmWorks Program doing their Stray Cats moves. You can see by these photos the group has even created their own Team Names – #1 Hello Kitty, #2 Tiger Cats & #3 Wild Cats!
Please check our website for Winter/Spring Program dates, we look forward to seeing you all on January 21st, 2016.
Thanks so much.
Thanks to all who helped make these photos happen.
This is not a DramaWay event, but we’d like to share the info as one of our DramaWay friends Amelia will be part of this performance and we’d like to encourage all those who can to attend. Yet, please note for all W/C users unless you can get out of your W/C this building is sadly NOT FULLY ACCESSIBLE.
St. Olave’s Anglican Church
Sunday, November 29th, at 5:00 pm
“Christmas Lights” – Featuring music, songs and entertainment.
At: St. Olave’s Anglican Church in Parish Hall
360 Windermere Avenue, Toronto (1/2 block south of Bloor West)
The event starts with a Evensong service in the church at 4:00 pm, followed by tea and treats and then the entertainment, at 5:00 pm. The entertainment features festive music, poetry and readings from members of the parish and community groups and is non-spiritual in nature.
Amelia McAfee Brunner will be performing a few pieces at this event and we’d love to have our DramaWay friends support her if possible.
All are welcome to attend. Free admission (donations welcome).
https://www.youtube.com/embed/H7W9p2Z_Myk” target=”_blank”>Video Tutorial for the Stray Cats Song for RhythmWorks Downtown Dancers only
This is for educational purposes only. Dancers are encouraged to watch and rehearse these steps so that we can perfect our choreography for the Stray Cats Song.
Save the dates of May 26th and June 11th, 2016 for our Annual Open Class showcase to be taking place at Swansea Town Hall & Papermill Theatre in the New Year.
Last night, we held our first Open House at ExpressionWorks. This was tailored in the hopes that we would have new participants attend and try out the program. Our hope is that we will be able to enroll a few new participants for the New Year. Fingers crossed.
It sure was a packed house. It was lovely that we had Matthieu and Jenn from our RhythmWorks Program join us for the Open Class after dance class. We also had our long time dedicated Volunteer and Senior Behaviour Consultant Angela Cha join us once again, while Jordan’s Grandmother came and our dedicated Parent Doris Power.
Everyone enjoyed our popular Stretch Circle as usual, while they also had fun engaging in our Communication circle. This time it involved a Tongue Twister that was related our snacks.
We also worked on our language skills by reading the Recipe of the evening aloud. This helped us to focus on the need to communicate clearly while also standing tall to deliver our message to others. We also worked on our writing skills while reading the recipe.
Our friend Noah performed a short piece during our snack time.
After our tasty snack, we broke into 5 different groups which had us creating wonderful Avocado Quesadellias. People were even asking for seconds they were so good! We think that was a good sign.
We were also delighted that our new Volunteer Sam joined us for the first time. Thanks to all our other talented and loyal volunteers and staff who helped to make this program so successful.