Past Events

Read about our past workshops here!

Bela taught our Acting workshop this week! We started introducing ourselves with the question of the day if you could live anywhere, where would you live? The we started playing a variety of acting improv games. We first started with one line stories where each participant went around and added one sentence to link together a story. Then we played...

We started off our ballet workshop with introductions where we shared our names and favorite fruits. Then, Emily taught us the five basic ballet positions. Once we practiced a few times, we played Simon Says with the different ballet positions. Then, we learned how to do plies and relev├ęs with a bar and put together a short routine with music....

Today, our very special guest teacher Izzy Tang taught a wonderful contemporary class this Sunday morning. She began her class with a captivating question of the day: What is your favorite sport to watch? After a great icebreaker to get to know each other, we hopped into a fun contemporary-based warm-up to make sure our muscles are woken up and...

October 3rd's Dance History workshop started off with introductions all around and a fun icebreaker question: Which superhero would you like to be? Answers included Wonder Woman, Black Widow, and Elastigirl. Then, our workshop leader Ashlyn talked about the origins of dance in India and the oldest dance style, belly dancing. We debated whether or...

Our final Singing September event was led by Paige Walker! She started by singing a fall song both quietly and loudly, and we talked about how the song changes when it's sung at different volumes. When she sang more quietly, it felt more spooky. Then, we did some stretching and warm-ups. One of the favorite warm ups was the siren,...

Today we had our star guest singer Elise Watson join us for our Sunday morning workshop and second week of Singing September. She began her workshop by discussing her background with singing, how to feel confident while singing, and some tips to enhance their singing. She then went into an exercise called Lemon and Lion, which is done through...

We started off Singing September in the best way possible with our guest singer: Haha Shi! She kept the class engaged and excited throughout her whole workshop. We started out by asking what their favorite Disney song was to prepare them for the class. After that, we played a group Kahoot to test how well students knew their Disney songs....

Our August 29th contemporary dance workshop was led by Robert Devoe. We kicked off the class with our questions of the day: what's your favorite ice cream flavor? Then we warmed up with a nice stretch to get our bodies ready. Next, we learned part of a contemporary combination to the song Due West. Then we did some improv and...

Joesph started the class with introductions and the question of the day which was if you could be any animal what would you like to be. Then we started with a warm-up to get our brains ready by listing 5 things that had a certain letter. Much harder than it sounds! Some of the letters included V, Y, and B....

A Sunday morning well spent as Sharisa You taught an amazing jazz dance workshop. It started with the questions "what is your favorite flavor of ice cream and what are you most excited about for school". Some of the answers shared were mint chocolate chip and cookies and cream. Most also shared how they are so excited to see their...

Ellie ended our summer camp by teaching a drawing class. The first thing she taught me was how to draw 3D shapes. She started out explaining how to draw a cube and then she when into how to make a circle into a sphere. She did this by teaching the basics of shading. Now using their knowledge of shading, the...

Ashlyn, a co-founder of ITP, led the 4th day of our camp by teaching an acting improvisation class. She started the camp posing two questions: "what would you do if you could not fail?" and "what color are you feeling?" She then led a name game where everyone came up with a movement to pair with their name and everyone...