After two decades of dancing at the Princeton Arts Council, and another half decade at a church in Princeton, Dance Improv has found a new home---and it's the best one ever! It's in a beautiful and relaxing yoga center just north of Princeton, and we think it will be the perfect match for us. We are all so excited---hope you come and join in our reinvigoration this fall.
First Fridays of the Month
Oct 4, Nov 2, Dec 7 (see below for 2013 dates)
Great new location!
Princeton Center for Yoga and Health
$18 at the door
$90 for a 6-dance pass (good for one year)
$10 first-timers or full-time students with ID
Includes live music that supports the dance
—and even a relaxing tea afterwards!
"Drag in Friday Evening . . . Bounce out Friday Night!"
1985 by Catherine Judd, Princeton's Dance Improv, Live! is a lightly structured evening of self-expression through movement and live music. It is a bare-feet, comfy-clothes, free-movement workshop with live music, which has become not only a Princeton institution but a cutting-edge dance/movement event known nationwide. In so many ways, Dance Improv has shaped and inspired the lives of the thousands of people who have come through its doors during its almost 30 years.
Dance Improv is a place to move and be moved. It's a place to dance, play, build community, and form new and lasting friendships. Above all, it's a safe place to focus inwardly, make genuine contact with yourself, and then bring to life exactly who you are in the moment through creative motion. This inward-driven movement, combined with the aid of live music, generates fresh, deep, and rewarding interpersonal connections which are, in turn, rejuvenating, exhilarating, and enlivening---hence, our name!
We hope you'll call---or just come! For more information, feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Yours in movement, energy, life---all the good stuff,
Dance Improv, Live! Founder/Artistic Director
Catherine Judd created Princeton’s Dance Improv, Live! after completing degrees in French, Philosophy, and Theater at Dickinson College and studying Psychology at Princeton University, Orgonomy (life energy) at NYU, creative movement at Group Motion, and music improvisation with friend and colleague David Darling, with whom she helped found Music for People. In 1985, she synthesized all of these into a lightly structured workshop for self-expression through creative movement, adding live music in 1987 and renaming it (with intentional double-entendre), Dance Improv, Live!