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Making Tracks is IRIE! dance theatre's professional development program for undergraduates, mid-career and professional practitioners. The programs offered through Making Tracks are designed to meet the professional development needs of individuals training and or working in the African/Caribbean dance sector and creative industries. Programs include master classes, summer schools, dance platforms, debates and more, all led by experienced industry professionals and academics and are generally designed for individuals who are proficient in learning and performing dance routines. 
Upcoming Event
We have scheduled a Making Tracks Dance Master Class with Heather M. Benson on Thursday 22 February 2018. This  Master Class will be based on the Horton Technique.
About Heather M. Benson
Heather M. Benson is originally from Atlanta, Georgia where she trained and performed with Norma’s Academy of Dance, The Atlanta Ballet Centre of Dance, and Total Dance/Dancical Productions, Inc. She received a B.F.A. in Dance from The Florida State University, where she performed works by Jawole Willa Jo Zollar, Artistic Director/ Founder of Urban Bush Women, Anthony Morgan (former member of The Martha Graham Dance Company) and Gerri Houlihan (former member of The Lar Lubovitch Dance Company).

Heather is also a former company member of Dallas Black Dance Theatre II, Urban Bush Women and Philadanco! (The Philadelphia Dance Company), performing the works of Talley Beatty, George Faison, Milton Myers, Christopher Huggins, Ron K. Brown, Dwight Rhoden, and many more. In addition, she has taught the Lester Horton Technique and other dance forms around the world whilst touring with Philadanco!. In 2013, Heather was an original cast member of The Apollo Theater’s (NYC) James Brown: Get on the Good Foot, featuring works by Otis Sallid, Ron K. Brown, Camille A. Brown, Thang Dao and Abdel Salaam.

Now residing in London, Heather teaches Horton Technique weekly at Danceworks. She also serves as a resident instructor for Artistry Youth Dance and Transform! Dance. Plus, she is a tutor for the WAC Arts Diploma Programme. Heather’s class brings excitement and dynamic musicality to the Horton technique!
Who's This For
Making Tracks is ideal for you if you're:
  • Proficient in learning and performing dance routines.
  • Trained in at least one form of contemporary dance and practice some form of African or Caribbean dance.
This special Making Tracks Dance Master Class is just £15 or £10 for concessions (i.e., students and unemployed - evidence of status will be required) but places are limited so book now to avoid disappointment.
22 February 2018
Studio One
Moonshot Centre
Fordham Park
Angus Street
New Cross
SE14 6LU
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