Stages Theatre Company & Escalate Dance host a HAMILTON master class with Kourtni Lind-Watson
Students of Stages Theatre Company & Escalate Dance were awarded the opportunity to attend a master class with Hamilton dance supervisor Kourtni Lind-Watson on Saturday, September 22, 2018. Students spent the morning learning Hamilton music and choreography from an industry professional.
Kourtni Lind-Watson is a Minnesota born and raised performer and choreographer with 25 years of dance training and over a decade of professional experience across the country and worldwide. You can currently find her touring the country as the resident dance supervisor of the internationally acclaimed musical, Hamilton. Prior to her position at Hamilton, she was working as ACE Award-winning, Emmy-nominated SYTYCD choreographer Al Blackstone’s associate choreographer on a new Stephen Schwartz show, Born To Dance.
Kourtni’s other credits include: Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark (Broadway), Wicked (First National Tour), Assistant Choreographer to Mia Michaels (Radio City New York Spectacular — Workshop), So You Think You Can Dance (Season 4), American Dance Machine (Wayne Cilento, 2017), America’s Got Talent, Vegas Nocturne (Spiegelworld), It Happened One Christmas (Pioneer Theatre), company member of Jaci Royal’s Royal Flux, Incubus Absolution Calling (Music Video), Fighting Gravity (Sonya Tayeh).
Stages Theatre Company was founded in 1984 and since then has grown to become one of the largest professional theatres for young audiences in the country. We engage young artists with themes relevant to their lives and involve them in creating magical works featuring young people in meaningful roles. Through on-stage productions, education programs and other outreach opportunities, Stages Theatre Company annually serves more than 150,000 young people and their families. For more information visit stagestheatre.org
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