Company members are professional dancers who have successfully proven themselves in their field. Open company auditions are held every June and private auditions are held throughout the year by scheduling a time to take company class. Video auditions are accepted, but a live audition may also be required.
Company Apprentices work alongside the company dancers. Apprentices attend all company technique classes as well as company rehearsals. Apprentices have the opportunity to perform with the company if cast.
Seven’s Trainee Program offers dancers, beginning at age 16, the opportunity to train and dance at a professional level, while still attending high school or college. The Trainee program consists of technique classes with the company, as well as, attending company rehearsals and the opportunity to audition for company performances.
Trainees must audition for entrance to the trainee program and be dedicated to technique classes and rehearsal days.
Seven Dance Company also offers private lessons with it's company dancers upon request. Please e-mail SevenDanceCompany@gmail.com for information.
"Alice in Wonderland"
June 29th 2014
McConnell Arts Center
2pm & 6pm
"To Whom it May Concern" 2014
You ask, he answers. He yells, you shiver. Shine and glow for no not now. he says yes you say no for there is no end to the madness you say. I wonder where is all this going. The are bugs in this house and yellow ghosts. How do I find my mind I've lost? To whom it may concern...?
Staged by Cassia Cramer
"Les Saisons D'Amor"
"Masquerade" Choreography - Cassia Cramer & Colleen Creamer
"Stay" Choreography - Melissa Brenner
"Serotonin Dissolution" Choreograpy - Maria Martinez
"Amor Sin Fonteras" Choreography - Brittany Strine
"Unlovely" Choreography - Joanie Evans
"I Love (To Torment) You" Choreography - Judd Gibbs
"Lovely Diversions" Choreography - Cassia Cramer
This production is inspired by the human emotion love. We feel it, we live it, we breathe it, we use it, we despise it, we take it for granted, and we abandon it. In the words of William Shakespeare "Is love a tender thing? It is too rough,Too rude, too boist'rous; and it pricks like thorn." Come let us take you on the ever changing journey of love as our choreographers use a wide range of art (from ballet to modern) as they express their own love.