Tuesday, April 05, 2016

ZUZI! Dance classes, workshops, summer camps, theatre, and more...


From: ZUZI! Dance Company, School & Theater [mailto:zuzisphere@gmail.com]
Sent: Tuesday, April 5, 2016 3:23 PM



Join the ZUZI! family!



**We are looking to hire someone to do some marketing and promotion for us part time. If you're interested, please email a resume & cover letter








High Flyin' Art Camps - May 31-June 10 & July 5-15

Move it! Dance Camps - June 20-24 & July 18-22





Spring Classes!

ZUZI Spring sessions began March 28th-May 19th.  there is till time to sign up for classes so come hang with us!

ZUZI students will be also be preparing for the

Student Showcase May 20th.

More info: http://zuzimoveit.org/



New class workshops include:

Youth Ballet/Jazz. Ages 5-10 - Hosted by Jasmine

Beginning Aerial. Ages 9-15 - Hosted by Nanette


New three-week workshops include:


Skinner & Improvisation Workshop   Ages 14+ 

Hosted by Nanette and Karenne



Make Your Own Dances. Ages 14+ 

Hosted by Nanette






ZUZI!! HAS BLOOMED A NEW Youth Ensemble after a 2 year hiatus.  We are thrilled to welcome: Katie Rose Wilbur, Josey Jamarta, Calli Blackwood, Lucy Cotten and Raine Ugstad. Aja Squires and Bethanne Griffin are the faculty members who will be collaborating along with Nanette to bring these budding dancers and aerialists to the stage once again.  Come see ZUZI! Youth Ensemble perform for the first time at the "Firefly Celebration" at Gregory School on April 23rd at 5pm. This event is a fundraiser for Avielle Foundation.   Our ever popular hooping class with ZUZI! Instructor, Stephanie Cortes will also be among the performers. 



JOIN US for the last weekend performance of...

 Kimberly Akimbo by David Lindsay-Presented by the Winding Road Theater Ensemble

directed by Leslie J. Miller
March 24 - April 10, 2016

The Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright's wacky, charming, harrowing and hilarious work continuously shifts from satire to black comedy to realism, giving a whole new meaning to the "coming of age" story.

Friday & Saturday performances at 7:30PM
Sunday performances at 2PM

At ZUZI! in the Historic Y
738 N. 5th Avenue in Tucson


Coming this month...

 Something Something Theatre Company


In a cigar factory in 1929 Florida, a new lector is hired to educate and entertain the workers. When he reads Anna Karenina to the cigar-making women, the story sparks their passions and becomes a catalyst for change in their lives.

Winner of the 2003 Pulitzer Prize for Drama
Directed by Esther Almazán

at ZUZI! Theatre at the Historic Y
738 N 5th Ave, Tucson

First Fridays are opening nights. Meet the actors! Have a prosecco and enjoy a nosh on us!
First Thursdays are preview nights. 




Bluesy ZUZI!

We welcome you to the 2nd Annual BLUESY ZUZI! FUNDRAISER this May 7th.  Cost $25.  You can purchase TICKETS by phone or at the door.  



Heather "Lil Mama" Hardy, electric violin

Hiro Suzuki, electric guitar (New York City)

Aaron Emery, drums

Nick Augustine, bass

Michael P., organ

and Bruce Blackstone, harmonica


Location:  ZUZI! Theater in the Historic Y

738 N. 5th Ave. Tucson AZ 85705

www.zuzimoveit.org    520-629-0237


ZUZI! Dance





ZUZI! Dance  | 520-629-0237 | zuzisphere@gmail.com | http://zuzimoveit.org

738 N. 5th Ave.

In The Historic Y

Tucson, AZ 85705




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