There are shortcuts to happiness and dancing is one of them ~Vicki Baum
Beginning March 27th
The weather is warming up and so are we!
Check out our updated class schedule...
Now Enrolling - 2017 Summer Camps
High Flyin' Arts Camp
Two 2 week sessions
Session 1: May 30 - June 9
Session 2: July 4 - July 14
Cost $400.00 per session
7-15 years of age
These literature based art camps allow students to explore the performing arts of music, aerial dance and creative movement as well as theater, writing, drama, visual arts and costume design. Classes will use Shibumi And The Kitemaker children's story by Mercer Mayer as a jumping off point for crafting choreography, creating costumes and sets, making works of art and exploring music. These camps will culminate in an integrative performance for parents and friends. Campers bring their own lunch, snack, and water bottle.
Classes may include:
Move It! Dance Camp
1 week session
June 19 - June 23
9-15 years of ages
This is an intensive camp for the serious dance student. All experience levels are welcome. Campers will focus on exploring different dance and movement forms. Campers bring their own lunch, snack, and water bottle.
Classes may include:
No Frills Dance Happenin'
ZUZI! Dance presents its Spring, biannual No Frills Dance Happenin'. A variety of performers throughout Tucson and Southern Arizona come to share fresh and innovative works from various stages of the creative process. The works range from serious to silly and some are presented here for the first time.
"No Frills" has been in existence for 18 years and is an important venue for local choreographers to show new work or work in progress. ZUZI! "No Frills" has been described as an open mic for dance and is a unique opportunity to showcase work and perform in a relaxed setting. As the name suggests, there really are no frill.....no fancy lights, no fancy sets....just dancers, choreographers, experimentation, and a great show!
March 24th at 7:30pm
Tickets $10 and are available through PayPal below or at the door.
Frida Kahlo: Blood and Gold
Thank you for attending our performance at
Tucson Botanical Gardens. The combination of ZUZI! dancer's passion and talent, along with Nanette's
beautiful choreography, and our musician's charisma and harmony, created the perfect mix for a truly breathtaking account of Frida's journey of the soul.
If you were unable to attend this event, you have a chance for two more opportunities:
Good Shepherd Church in Sahuarita, Az 7pm
Tucson Botanical Gardens 5-8pm
Frida Kahlo: Blood & Gold - Tucson Botanical Gardens - October 2016
ZUZI! Theater Presents
The Maternal Instinct
Produced by Theater New and Now
Directed by Maria Caprile
Written by Monica Bauer
Topics include science, genetics, addiction, alcoholism, as a lesbian marriage is put to the test. A play about the science of love, and the love of science. Winner, third place New Works for Young Women, runner-up for New South Writing Prize at the Brighton (UK) Fringe Festival. Previously produced in Boston, New York, Louisiana, and Brighton, England.
What happens when one spouse feels the aching need to have a baby, and the other one refuses to consider it, for reasons that may or may not be true? Lillian's a brilliant research scientist, and a supposedly recovering alcoholic, working on the genetics of the maternal instinct in mice. Her wife, Sarah, wants to have a baby. When Lillian puts her foot down, the marriage is in trouble, and friends and family try to come to the rescue, with comic, and potentially tragic, results.
Fridays & Saturdays at 7:30pm
Sundays at 2:00pm
Tickets available at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2763963
An Open Floor investigation into intimacy with self and connection in community
As humans we are social and relational beings. We hunger for connection to others and simultaneously long to feel our individuality and uniqueness. If we perceive these dual (and sometimes dueling) needs are not met, feelings of dissatisfaction and loneliness can arise.
It can be liberating to inhabit a space of pure curiosity to investigate the conditions that might call forth our authentic selves, as well as to experience community as a verb, a web of action and interaction.
As we learn to be fluid, adaptable and empowered beings, we find our natural place and space in community. We see clearly how it is possible for everyone to belong with dignity, kindness and love.
In this workshop we will:
~bring awareness to patterns of movement that foster both our individuality and our sense of belonging.
~seek ways of moving and showing up that are generous to both ourselves and others.
~let go of habits that might create walls or barriers to connection.
~practice presence and cultivate the present moment as a great equalizer in community.
~learn to build tolerance for the unknown and find ground in groundlessness.
*limited amount of scholarships available
Location: ZUZI Dance: 738 N 5th Ave, Tucson, AZ
Friday March 31: 6:30-9:30 pm
Saturday April 1: 11-6pm
Sunday: April 2: 1-5:30pm
To register online go here: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2794102
For further information or to register with a check or by phone: contact Valerie Cherrin:
email@example.com / (302) 588-9204
Ballet Rincon' Performance Ensemble
Ballet Rincon' Performance Ensemble is in its seventh season serving as the ambassador company for Ballet Rincon, its namesake classical ballet academy. Founded in 2001 in Tucson, Arizona, the school is committed to classical rigor training in dance as a performing art, and to sharing it with our community at large.
choreographed by Mirela Roza
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choreographed by Will Dingeldein
Saturday, April 8th at 1:00pm & 4:00pm
Tickets: $8/Children & $10/Adult
Tickets available at www.tututix/balletrincon.com
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