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    We define the “Spark of Creation” as the first moment of inspiration that allows the release of creativity within each individual. Whether it be through dance or music, it is what every artist uses to fuel their passion for their art form. We believe that every person is gifted with this “Spark of Creation” and our goal is to help discover, nurture and celebrate this gift.

    Our Mission

    Spark of Creation Studio is committed first and foremost to foster the love of dance and the performing arts in our students. We are passionate about dance, music, theater and the education of the performing arts on the Peninsula. Our studio’s primary focus is developing each student’s talents by nurturing their individual abilities. Our goal is to instill self-esteem and and understanding and appreciation for dance and music. We will create positive experiences that students can carry with them throughout their lives, no matter where their future takes them. We believe in providing the highest quality of professional instruction and building community in a safe and creative environment.

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    Our 2015 Year-End Recital, “Dance With Me”, dancewithmelogoon Saturday, June 20th at the Capuchino High School Theater in San Bruno. We will have three performances: 11:00am, 2:00pm, and 5:00pm. All performers must arrive at least 30-minutes before their scheduled show time and should be dropped off at their designated dressing room area. Performers should arrive at the theater dressed in their costumes, with all hair and makeup completed. After the show, students can be picked up from the dressing room by one parent only. All other family and friends should greet performers in the front lobby or outside of the building, to avoid congestion in the performers’ area.

    Tickets for our Year-End Recital will be available for purchase at http://2015socrecital.brownpapertickets.com beginning on Saturday, May 16th at 8:00AM. Ticket prices are $18.00 for orchestra (lower level) seating and $15.00 for balcony (upper level) seating, and all tickets are reserved seating. Online ticket sales will close on Friday, June 19th at 9:00pm, and all remaining tickets will be sold at the theater on the day of the shows.

    There is no videotaping allowed during these performances. We will have a professional videographer, Playback Memories, record our shows this year, and DVD’s will be available for purchase at www.playbackmemories.com. As a reminder to all families, there is absolutely no flash photography allowed during the show for the safety of our performers. If you have any questions, please visit the front desk staff. We look forward to another great show!

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    We are excited to announce our 2015 Summer Class and Camp schedule!!!

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    2015 MUSICAL THEATRE SUMMER CAMPS

    We are excited to present two new summer camps for the aspiring young performer! Camps are 2-weeks in length and are available for full day (ages 6-12 years old) and half day (ages 4-5 years old) enrollment. Our professional camp directors have designed enjoyable camp classes and activities that focus on dancing, vocal training and acting/improvisation. These courses were created to increase performance skills, inspire creativity and build confidence in a fun environment. Campers will also learn how to create and design costumes, stage props and stage sets for their musical performance on the final day. These camps are a great way for the brand new and the seasoned aspiring Broadway performer to experience the magic of musical theatre this summer!!!

    Disney’s Welcome to the Jungle Camp

    Dates: July 6 – July 17, 2015

    The jungle is jumpin’ withWelcomeToTheJungleCamp music as we perform songs from Disney’s The Lion King, The Jungle Book and Tarzan. Learn to be a Jungle VIP with King Louie in “I Wanna Be Like You”. Have a blast “Trashin’ The Camp” Tarzan, Turk and Tantor. Then leave your worries behind and party with Simba, Pumba and Timon in “Hakunamatata”. Our camp ends with a fun-filled Jungle performance for all of our families to enjoy! This year’s Jungle camp promises to be a hit for boys and girls of all ages.

    Kids On Broadway Camp

    Dates: July 20 – July 31, 2015

    Kids have taken overKidsOnBroadway Broadway and are ready to take the stage! Join us as we sing & dance to some of the most popular shows on Broadway. Help Annie and her friends escape their “Hard Knock Life”, then fly with Peter Pan and the Lost boys to “Never Neverland”. Follow Cinderella to the royal ball and then “Seize The Day” with the Newsies! If you are a young aspiring performer, this is the camp for you.

    MUSICAL THEATER JAZZ: This dance class is recommended for all of our musical theater students who wish to strengthen their dance technique. Students will learn basic jazz dance technique, including stretches and core strengthening exercises, across the floor exercises, and basic turns and jumps. This class will prepare them with proper footwork, musicality, and conditioning so that performers can dance and act while singing their favorite Broadway song!

    MUSICAL THEATER AUDITION WORKSHOP: Students will learn a combination of proper singing technique and the tools to tell a story through a song. Each student will prepare individual or group songs for upcoming theater auditions. This class is geared toward performers of all levels, from the beginner to the most experienced; and will help boost your confidence for your next theatrical audition. This class is also recommended for students interested in auditioning for our upcoming musical production of Seussical Jr.

    TAHITIAN APARIMA: Aparima, or kiss of the hands, is a Tahitian dance style where the hands and body tell a story. Similar to the hula, the Aparima utilizes Tahitian dance steps with graceful movements of the hands. This class is recommended for continuing Hula/Tahitian students in our program.

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