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LIQUID SIRENS AUDITIONS for DANCERS Jan. 20th, 2018 – for our 2018 season

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Date(s) - 01/20/2018
12:30 am - 2:30 am

Liquid Sirens Auditions

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Event title: Liquid Sirens Auditions
Date: January 20th, 2018
Time: 12:30pm-2:30pm
Location: Colourfield, 54 Ravenscroft Dr, Asheville 28801
Details: Liquid Sirens is excited to announce that we will be holding auditions for our 2018 season on Jan. 20th, 2018!

A multiform dance troupe based in Asheville, NC, Liquid Sirens weaves together modern, hip hop, cabaret, jazz, contemporary, world dance & burlesque for a unique performance experience. Liquid Sirens is housed under Christine Garvin Dance+Transform. More about us here:

We need to fill four-five slots for the new year.

What we are looking for in dancers:

-Previous performance experience – you should feel very comfortable on the stage
-Ability to pick up new choreography quickly
-Ability to quickly learn different forms of dance even if you have not previously taken that form
-An attitude of dedication and commitment, a team player, ability to lead when necessary
-Ability to create choreography and teach is a plus
-Understand that you will have a role beyond dancer (i.e. marketing, costumes, overseeing calendar, etc.)
-Commit to two practices a week, Monday and Thursday evenings 
-Be available for weekend performances (as in, you don’t travel excessively on the weekends)
-A one year committment 

What you’ll get:

-We currently have three large events in motion for 2018 
-There will be many other performances in the Asheville area, and plans for performances in several other NC towns
-A supportive group of women dedicated to lifting each other up in our lives and the lives of other women
-We participate in many events that support local and national non-profits doing great work in the world

The auditions will include short pieces in three different dance styles – Cabaret, Hip Hop, and Modern – all taught by Christine. Please bring jazz or running shoes, and if you have them, character heels (not a requirement). Dress comfortably. 

Please email Christine at christinegarvin [at] christinegarvin [dot] com to let her know you will be there. 

SheVille Team

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