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2019 Summer Dance Intensive ProgramPrograms designed for dancers in: The Dance Factory Intensive Program* Advanced Gold level Jazz dancers taking at least 4 classes per week (including ballet)Dancers in the Intensive Program are required to take at least 1 week of the Summer IntensiveProgram to ensure they start classes in September in Intensive Program condition. Dancers mayadd to their summer dance training by adding a 2nd week of intensive camp or additional day options.The Summer Intensive Program is a strong, technique-based dance program designed tokeep dancers in shape and to help build and strengthen overall skills.This exciting intensive program will provide an enriching and motivating experience fordancers. We have guest instructors coming each day to teach a variety of classes including inLyrical, Modern, Contemporary, Jazz, Hip Hop, and more. The skills portion of the workshopwill develop and refine technique, turns, leaps, leg holds and more.Dancers will be introduced to new techniques, styles, and instruction making this a verypopular program.June 25th thru 28th — 9:30am to 3pm— 450/week*August 26th thru 29th — 9:30am to 3pm— 450/week*The Summer Intensive Programs are in demand and fill quickly.Space is limited to 25 dancers per session. Register for your spot today!*Payment due by April 1st.* Intensive Program Dancers must be fully registered for a Summer Intensive week to register for the2019-2020 Intensive Program.Half-Day and other options can be found on page 2 of this documentNote: Non-Dance Factory Students must be evaluated by the Director before registering. 2019 Summer Intensive Program RegistrationName Age: School Grade Sep ‘19:Address City ZipCell phone: Email Address:Allergies? Please specify:June 25th thru 28th — 9:30am to 3pm— 450/weekAugust 26th thru 29th — 9:30am to 3pm— 450/week Fees from Additional Days (attach form-pg.2)Total Fee: Check #:Checks payable to: Kelly McDermott*Date received by D.F. staff:Payment due by April 1st. Camp fees are non-refundable.10 Vreeland Drive Skillman, NJ 09-252-07111 of 5

2019 Summer Dance Intensive ProgramRegistration FormJune 25th thru 28th (Tuesday-Friday) — 9:30am to 3pm— 450/week*August 26th thru 29th (Monday-Thursday) — 9:30am to 3pm— 450/week*Payment due by April 1stIntensive Program Dancers are required to take at least 1 week of the Summer Intensive Program.Dancers must be fully registered for a Summer Intensive week to register for the2019-2020 Intensive Program.The Summer Intensive Programs are in demand and usually fill quickly. Space is limitedto 25 dancers per session. Register to reserve your spot today!Dancers wishing to attend more than 1 full week may add days or part days to their registration.DatesJune—Full Day9:30am to 3pmJune Morning Only9:30am to 12noonJune Afternoon Only12:30pm to 3pmAugust—Full Day9:30am to 3pmAugust Morning Only9:30am to 12noonAugust Afternoon Only12:30pm to 3pm4 days 3 days 2 days1 dayDays 450.00 360.00 275.00 200.00T W Th F 300.00 240.00 185.00 125.00T W Th F 300.00 240.00 185.00 125.00T W Th F 450.00 360.00 275.00 200.00M T W Th 300.00 240.00 185.00 125.00M T W Th 300.00 240.00 185.00 125.00M T W ThCircle days toindicateadditionalregistration.Dancer NameAttach this form to the 2019 Summer Intensive Registration Form (page 1).2 of 5

2019 Summer Dance Intensive InstructorsDance Factory Instructors Danica Sharpley, Dance Factory Intensive Program, Showstopper Dance Company Coach, former NJ Nets dancer Jj Montell, The Dance Factory Funk, Modern Sloane Horton, The Dance Factory Julia Lane, The Dance FactoryGuest Artists* Kate Bennett — Broadway Dance Center Michael Crawford — Broadway Dance Center Justin DeSean — NYC Sybarite Miles Keeney — Peridance Capezio Center Stefanie Lachenauer — Yoga and Mindfulness Instructor Kevin Raponey — Body Language Dance Center* Since our guest artists are professional, working dancers, we may substitute if they have a schedule change.Danica SharpleyJj MontellSloane HortonDanica Sharpley has over 14 years experience teaching dance to students age 3 to adult in alldance genres and experience levels. She has choreographed many routines from solo performances to small ensembles to large scale numbers. Danica began her dance training at WendiSue Porter School of Dance at 8 years old. With a passion for dance, she learned Ballet, Tap,Jazz, Modern and Hip Hop. She competed in dance competitions and workshops throughout thetri-state area with her first professional experience in 2005 with Rutgers University’s African DanceEnsemble under the choreographer Pascal. While attending Montclair State University as a biology major and dance minor, Danica danced at Six Flags Great Adventure and throughout the country with Silver Tree Productions in 2006-2008 in the pop-fusion, “STOMP” type show, “IndustrialMovement,”. Danica joined a local Hip-Hop group, “Fast FWD,” and performed in venues throughout the state. In 2010, she became a NJ NETS dancer, performing at NBA basketball games andcharity events as well. Danica has also performed and danced in a Michael Jackson Charity Tribute Performance in south Jersey.Jermaine Montell "Jj" has been a successful professional actor and dancer for over 20 years.During his extensive career, Jj has worked all over the world and has toured and danced with thelikes of Toni Braxton, Tevin Campbell,Brandy, Will Smith, Deborah Cox ,Brian McKnight, Dru Hill ,and Jesse Powell among others. Also as a dancer, he has appeared in movies such as Clueless,Friends with Benefits, the soon to be seen feature Bolden! and the Netflix series The Get Down.His theater credits include “Finding Nemo: the Musical” and Off -Broadway “Radiant Baby”, directed by Tony-winning director George C. Wolf and choreographed by Tony nominee John Carrafa. As a hip-hop and street jazz teacher, Jj has worked at dance studios such as ‘Peridance’ and‘Broadway Dance Center’. Currently, he teaches weekly at ‘305 Fitness’ in NYC and also at ‘TheDance Factory’ in New Jersey. Jermaine Montell is a member of SAG/AFTRA and AEA.Sloane Horton started her training at the age of 7 at Kay's Act II Dance Studio in Trevose, PA.She has studied styles including ballet, tap, jazz, contemporary, hip-hop and modern under worldrenowned choreographers including Marinda Davis, Laurie Johnson, Tiffany Maher, Tony Bellissimo, Lance Guillermo and faculty from Giordano Jazz Dance Chicago. Sloane entered the competition circuit and received honors such as the title of Miss Believe National Talent Competition andnumerous scholarships to attend conventions such as Power Pak and Tremaine Dance Convention. She then went on to become a youth company member of The Lady Hoofers, an all-femaletap company based in Philadelphia, and received opportunities to dance in their first company.Miss Horton continued her dance training at The University of The Arts in Center City Philadelphiaunder the training of professionals such as Michael Sheridan, Katie Swords-Thurman and DonaldT. Lunsford. Sloane currently studies Business and Marketing at Temple University and continuesher dance training and teaching in the Tri-State Area.3 of 5

2019 Summer Dance Intensive Instructors(Instructors and Guest Artists*)Julia Lane is originally from Holden, Massachusetts where she trained at Paula Zawalich DanceAcademy and Rhythm Dance Company in all styles of dance including ballet, tap, jazz, modern,lyrical and hip hop. Julia also studied with Urbanity Dance Company in Boston, Massachusetts forseveral years as an apprentice where she trained alongside some of the most respected professional dancers in Massachusetts. She has performed with the United States Dance Team and hasattended several national conventions to expand her training. Julia has been teaching and choreographing recreational and competitive routines for 5 years and is excited to bring her high energylevel and love for dance to the classroom. Julia is currently studying at The University of the Arts inPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania.Julia LaneKate Bennet has been a ballet dancer and now teacher nearly her entire life. Kate's formaltraining began at the Princeton Ballet, where she studied until the age of 16 when she moved toSeattle to study and dance with the prestigious Pacific Northwest Ballet (PNB). While at PNBKate performed in numerous ballets including The Nutcracker, A Midsummer Night's Dream,Firebird, Carmina Burana, Concerto Borocco, and Swan Lake, to name a few. Kate returned tothe east coast to attend the Joffrey Ballet at The New School from which she received her BFA.Kate has more than 10 years of experience as a ballet instructor for all ages at various studiosincluding Ridgefield School of Dance in Connecticut, Broadway Dance Center (NYC), PureMovement Dance Center (NJ), Anita’s School of Dance and Theatre Arts (NY), and LeggzDance Studio (NY). She is also pursuing an acting career and is a certified Pilates instructor.Kate BennettMichael CrawfordMichael Crawford is from Takoma Park, Maryland. He began his dancing with the Maryland YouthBallet and at the Kirov Academy with Vladmir Djoulahatze, spending summers at The Rock Schooland San Francisco Ballet. Mr. Crawford joined the Washington Ballet where he performed with thecompany under the direction of Septime Webre. Upon graduation, he went on to study in the Professional Division of The Pacific Northwest Ballet under Kent Stowell and Francia Russell. Afterleaving PNB, he has danced with Dance Theatre of Harlem, Jose Mateo Ballet, Ballet Memphis, andAmerican Repertory Ballet. He has been privileged to work alongside productions such as “Guysand Dolls”, “West Side Story”, “Show Boat”, “Cats”, and other musicals. Mr. Crawford has also performed at The Kennedy Center, and continues to tour throughout the US and Europe. He has beena guest principal with The Washington National Opera, Adam Miller Dance Project, Kinetic DanceWorks, TranscenDance Group, Brooklyn Ballet, Ballet Neo, Connecticut Ballet, and Oakland Ballet.While signed with New York Model Management, Mr. Crawford had the honor to internationally campaign, and film “Step Up”. Michael is also an award winning teacher and choreographer. He hasbeen teaching and choreographing nationally and internationally for 10 years, and has coachedmany prize winning students for competitions such as Youth America Grand Prix, NYC Dance Alliance, and Showstoppers dance competition. He continues to teach masterclasses at studios including, Broadway Dance Center, Metropolitan School of the Arts, and Princeton Ballet.Justin DeSean Thomas, aka Jay DeSean, is a dancer born and raised in New Jersey. Jay started dancing at the age of three, being inspired by artists like Missy Elliot, Aaliyah, and Usher. Helater trained at his local dance studio and often entertained friends and family at parties orevents. Jay later began training in the commercial hip hop industry, where he met his mentorChuck Maldonado. Since meeting Chuck, Jay has trained at some of the top studios with the topchoreographers between NYC and LA, including Soraya Lundy, Shirlene Quigley, Jared Jenkins,Luam and Hamilton Evans. Some of Jay’s favorite styles to train in are Street Jazz, Vogue, and"Tourography". Jay has taken what he learned and developed his own unique style of movement.Now, Jay is teaching and working as a professional dancer in the Big Apple. His credits includeH&M x Balmain, The Backstreet Boys, Amber Rose, and the US OPEN. He also choreographsfor new artists in the music industry like Nicole Medoro and Margie Plus.Justin DeSean* Since our guest artists are professional, working dancers, we may substitute if they have a schedule change.4 of 5

2019 Summer Dance Intensive Instructors(Instructors and Guest Artists*)Miles KeeneyStefanie LachenauerMiles Keeney, born in Hong Kong but raised in the New York City area, is an NYC based professional dancer, choreographer, and teacher. He's represented by MSA talent agency, and hasworked commercially in both New York and Los Angeles. His credit span across live performances, tv, music video, and film and recently have included dancing for Samsung, Ru Paul's DragRace, Silentó, Jason Derulo, and Calvin Chen. As a teacher and choreographer, he has taughtand set choreography on dancers from all over the United States and internationally at the University of Auckland in New Zealand. He's had the opportunity to work with and train under the mostrevered names in the industry on both coasts including Rich and Tone Talauega, Oththan Burnside, Kennis Marquis, Luam, Rhapsody James, and many more. He has been noted in both hisdancing and choreography for his power, ferocity, and versatility. Miles graduated in May 2015with a BA in Dance with a double major in Developmental Psychology from Connecticut College,and immediately began his professional career in New York City. A powerhouse teacher, Milesteaches consistently in New York City, in addition to various studios across the country, and hasdeveloped jazz funk style that pulls from his training in hip hop, jazz, contemporary, and modern.His classes leave his students feeling like they channeled their inner superstar and tapped into ahigher level of performance quality. He is currently a resident faculty member at Artistic DanceExchange Competition and Convention and is also an experienced competition judge, havingjudged for countless regional and national shows with dozens of competitions.Stefanie Lachenauer, a 12-year Montgomery Township middle school teacher, received her Masters in Education from Rutgers University where she focused on creating classroom communityand developing students’ social and emotional well-being. In her teaching career, she noticed thather students were experiencing high levels of stress, so she trained to become certified in LittleFlower Children’s Yoga in 2013. Supporting the research, students immediately responded tostress reduction techniques she shared in the classroom. Realizing this type of valuable socialemotional work was needed, she began further study with Mindful Schools, and became certifiedin Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction for Teens (MBSR-T). Taking her growing expertise beyondher immediate classroom, Stefanie has expanded her reach into parent education, teacher andadministrative training, school clubs, community classes, and international and domestic non-profitorganizations. When she is not in her classroom encouraging her students to mindfully change theworld, Stefanie loves to practice yoga and mindfulness, play at the beach, and travel the world.Kevin Raponey, originally from Bristol, CT, is now residing in New York City! He studied dancefor 10 years before attending the dance program at University of the Arts in Philadelphia wherehe received his Certification in Dance Education. After college, Kevin started working professionally at Theme Parks such as Six Flags, Sea World and Hershey Park. Kevin then jumped on Holland America Line Luxury Cruise Liners as a Singer/Dancer traveling the world and performing atsea! Cruise Ships opened the door to moving to New York City and pursuing a Musical Theatrecareer. You may have seen Kevin in the National Touring companies of the Radio City Christmas Spectacular starring The Rockettes, “Legally Blonde”, “A Chorus Line”, and “Nice Work IfYou Can Get It”. Kevin has also performed regionally across the Country at Paper Mill Playhousein Millburn, NJ (“Ever After”, “West Side Story”) and Shakespeare Theatre Company in Washington DC (“Kiss Me Kate”), just to name a few. Kevin has been teaching Master Classes and Choreographing for prestigious and established dance studios in the Tri-State area for many yearsand is excited to bring his love of dance back to The Dance Factory this summer!Kevin Raponey* Since our guest artists are professional, working dancers, we may substitute if they have a schedule change.5 of 5

Intensive Program Dancers are required to take at least 1 week of the Summer Intensive Program. Dancers must be fully registered for a Summer Intensive week to register for the 2019-2020 Intensive Program. The Summer Intensive Programs are in demand and usually