Cristóbal is a native of
Santiago, Chile. His dance training began at the Teatro de Municipal de Chile
and the University of Chile. Cristóbal came to the United States at the
invitation of Houston Ballet and later had professional dance contracts with
Colorado Ballet and Columbia Classical Ballet, and as soloist for Nevada Ballet
Theatre. He has been a guest artist for Roswell Ballet Theatre, Queen City
Ballet, Ballet Fantastique and Denver Ballet. Cristóbal is the founder and
artistic director of Ballet Conservatory of Salt Lake City.
Stephan is a seasoned veteran
of live, on stage performance. As an international master teacher, he has taught
throughout the U.S. and the world. Currently, Stephan performs a lead role in
Cirque du Soleil’s production of “O” at the Bellagio in Las Vegas. Stephan’s
class is like a non-stop, contemporary dance mix tape. He will teach you to
perform a fusion of jazz, ballet, funk and African, pushing you beyond your
comfort zone and into the realm of true artistry. So buckle up tight, ’cause
Stephan will take you from 0 to 60 in 3.5 seconds!
Sasha is a Lincoln native who
received her BFA in acting from Ithaca College in New York and her MFA in acting
from the University of Nebraska–Lincoln. After graduate school, Sasha moved to
England for five years where she was fortunate to find work as an actress with
the touring company Shakespeare To Go. Since Sasha returned to Lincoln she has
worked extensively as an actor, director, acting/voice/dialect coach, university
educator and producer. She teaches theatre and acting classes at UNL and is also
the AdventureLied Coordinator for the Lied Center for Performing Arts.
The Curriculum: Camp curriculum
includes ballet, pointe, lyrical, jazz, hip hop, turns, jumps and leaps, and
acting. A special “How to Audition” workshop will be held Saturday, August 4, to
prepare dancers for any audition. A professional accompanist will provide live
piano music in ballet classes. Camp is open to all dancers ages 8 and up (age on
July 30, 2012). Class levels are determined by age and discretion of the
faculty. Collegiate level offered and welcomed. If you are under 8 and would
like to attend camp, please call 402-441-0739.
The Dates: Monday, July 30 through Friday,
August 3, 9 am–3 pm and Saturday, August 4, 9 am–12 pm. These times are
approximate and will be finalized following registration. All students and a
parent/guardian must attend the Orientation Meeting on Monday, July 30, at 8:30
am. Audition workshop: Saturday, August 4, 9 am–12 pm.
Location: The Temple Building on 12th & R
Streets, located on the downtown campus of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
Temporary parking passes are available and recommended for purchase by campers
who will drive to camp each day. Contact UNL Parking & Transit services at
402-472-1800 and ask for a parking pass nearest to the Temple Building.
Registration & Cost: Class size is limited. Registration is on a first- come, first- served basis. Please complete the registration form on the reverse side of the application form.
If you send in your registration form and full tuition:
- before July 1: $350.00
- after July 1: $450.00
Tuition cost does not include meals or housing.
Class schedule, size, and faculty are subject to change.
All deadlines are postmark deadlines. All tuition is non- refundable.