Spring 2017 classes, held at Amphibian Stage Productions, begin on Saturday, January 28. The tuition is $50 for the spring session and can be split into two payments of $25. The sessions culminate in a performance showcase for family and friends. Click here for the press release from the 2017 End-of-Year Showcase.
Beginners are encouraged to join class and watch their confidence grow week by week! You will work toward choreography appropriate to your skill level. Advanced stilt-walkers will continue to develop balance and coordination while working toward more advanced choreography.
No previous experience necessary, but must be in good physical condition. Children must be at least 10 years old.
For more details and to sign up, contact email@example.com or call 817-923-3012.
About the Tad-Poles
Amphibian's Tad-Poles is a collaborative group of both professional and student stilt walkers and performers. Through stilt performance and workshops, Tad-Poles takes dance, theatre, music, art, history and geography to new heights for a truly multi-disciplinary experience that celebrates cultures from around the globe.
Tad-Poles was originally created as an outreach program serving at-risk children in under-served schools, community centers and homeless shelters.
Now in its tenth year, Tad-Poles is excited to expand its reach by offering family friendly programming once a month as well as participating in special appearances across the Metroplex, New York and Mexico.
Tad-Poles exists to:
- foster cultural pride and encourage tolerance and collaboration
- give children in underserved communities the opportunity to experience the arts free of charge
- encourage good health through joyful physical activity
Guest artists from around the world join Amphibian's Tad-Poles each year to deepen and enrich the educational experience and enhance the impact of performances.
Staff & Instructors
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Christina McCormick – Education Outreach Coordinator
Winston Daniels – Tad-Poles Instructor
Kelsey Milborun – Tad-Poles Instructor