December 19, 2022, 6:16 AM HST
In its first exhibiting since 2018, Seabury Corridor’s Performing Arts program will host its Frequent Floor Dance Competition IV, Jan. 13-14 at 7 p.m. with performances by Maui’s most distinguished dance-makers, dance-educators and younger performers.
Now in its fourth rendition, Frequent Floor continues to succeed in out to carry arts organizations collectively, constructing bridges that unite performers in a standard aim of making secure and inspirational areas for the youth of Maui to be taught, thrive, and specific themselves.
The 2-day pageant will characteristic performances by previous favorites and two new teams, PiroKlastiks Crew/MAPA and Momentum Dance Maui. Earlier individuals who will likely be returning to the stage embrace Alexander Academy of Performing Arts, Zenshin Daiko with Seabury Corridor’s Dance and Hula Packages.
Tickets are $15 for Adults, $12 for kupuna, and $7 for college students. Keiki 4 years previous and beneath are free. Tickets could be bought at: SeaburyHall.org/arts
“We’re excited to not solely give totally different performing teams on Maui a platform but in addition to supply younger performers with the chance to satisfy and dance with friends from across the island,” stated David Ward, Dance Director. “It has at all times been a dream of mine to carry totally different teams collectively to share our artwork, create robust relationships, and construct respect for the contribution that all of us make to arts schooling.”
Seabury Corridor is a personal faculty preparatory faculty serving Grades 5-12 college students in Makawao. Established in 1964, Seabury Corridor focuses on offering distinctive instructional alternatives to college students throughout Maui. It was designated as Maui’s first Blue Ribbon Faculty by the US Division of Schooling and is a Malone Household Basis Faculty.