APRIL MINI CLINICS
WILMINGTON DANCE ACADEMY
Join us for The Click's Contemporary Mini Clinics at Wilmington Dance Academy this April 19-21, 2022!
Led by Click collaborators Angelina Benitez and Alexandria Nunweiler, these three hour workshops will keep students in shape over the break while challenging their experience in contemporary technique, improvisation, and choreographic retention. Get the benefit of a convention without the hassle of travel!
JUNIOR MINI CLINIC w/ ANGELINA BENITEZ
Tuesday April 19, 10am-1pm | Ages 10-13
A three hour workshop in contemporary technique, improvisation and play. Students will also be invited to experiment with contemporary choreography. Includes a 20 min break for snack/rest.
ADVANCED MINI CLINIC w/ ALEXANDRIA NUNWEILER
Wednesday April 20 & Thursday April 21 10am-1pm | Ages 14+
A three hour workshop in contemporary technique, improvisation and repertory. Includes a 20 min break for snack/rest. Designed for intermediate-advanced contemporary dancers.
$80 for one day
$150 for two days
Siblings receive 10% discount on total registration
Requires a minimum of 5 students per day to run
Read more about the classes and instructors below, and contact us with any questions! Register by April 11.
Angelina (Angie) Benitez graduated from Salem State University with a B.A in both Modern/Contemporary Dance and has since studied at Bates Dance Festival and continues to study with local Boston-based artists. Her choreography at Salem State was presented at Boston's American College Dance Association Conference and earned her a Presidential Arts Scholarship and a Creativity Award in Dance. Angie has immersed herself in teaching dance in the Greater Boston area at local studios, schools, and residencies. Her recent performance experience includes local arts festivals and events such as Verse / Visual, 24 Hour ChoreoFest, Salem Arts Festival, Art Walk with Luminarium, and more. Much of her work is focused in collaboration, especially with her creative and life partner, Rebecca Lang. When she's not teaching dance, you can find her working as a social media strategist, creating fiber art, and taking pole dance classes.
Alexandria (Alex) Nunweiler is a contemporary dancer, maker and educator/scholar based in the greater Boston area. Her work has been described by Dance Informa Magazine as “grace with power,” a phrase she incorporates into all her work. As a movement artist, Alexandria is most inspired by people, their stories and lives lived. As a choreographer, Alexandria’s work has been performed at the American College Dance Association Festival Southeast, Furman University’s Spring Dance Showcase, zFestival and Ladyfest CLT among others. As a performer, she has worked with Martha Connerton's Kinetic Works, THE MARK dance company, Triptych Collective, Kelley Donovan, Brian Feigenbaum, Tony Guglietti, and staibdance in Sorrento, Italy. As an educator, Alexandria is a teaching artist at Creative Steps Dance Studio in Newton, MA. She holds her BA in Dance from Winthrop University, an MSc in International Business from Hult International Business School and a 200-hr RYT.