TAPPING FOR COMMUNITY THEATRE
Saturdays in January 2018 (January 6, 13, 20, 27)
$15/class or $50/all four*
RCP Rehearsal Hall
266 Sunset Park Drive
Herndon, VA 20170
Duane Monahan, director and choreographer for RCP’s upcoming production of Thoroughly Modern Millie, will be presenting a 4-week “Tapping for Community Theatre” class. The class will provide students with a chance to either brush up on their tap skills or learn some new ones. At times the class will be difficult for beginners and at other times will serve as a refresher for more advanced students. Students of all levels are encouraged to attend. Tap shoes are recommended but not required. Please sign up to register for the classes below. Questions? Please contact Duane at email@example.com.
*Discount is only available when all four classes are paid for in a single transaction
PAY FOR CLASSES
Once you are signed up for the class by following the link above to the SignUp Genius page, you can prepay for classes online by clicking on the buttons below, or you can pay by cash or check on the day of the class. PLEASE DO NOT PAY FOR CLASSES UNLESS YOU HAVE SUCCESSFULLY REGISTERED ON THE SIGN UP GENIUS LINK ABOVE.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
Duane Monahan has been an active member of the DC-area theatre community for over 30 years. RCP audiences will remember him from his role as Bert in Mary Poppins. Duane recently directed and choreographed Rockville Musical Theatre’s production of White Christmas. His other directing and choreographing credits include Oklahoma, The Sound of Music, Nine, Closer Than Ever, Forever Plaid, The Will Rogers Follies, Crazy For You (WATCH nomination), Annie (WATCH nomination), and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. As a performer, Duane has appears as Ozzie in On the Town, Andy Lee in 42nd Street, Harold Hill in The Music Man, Reverend Mother in Nunsense A-men, Cliff in Cabaret, and Harpo Marx in The Cocoanuts. He appeared as a featured dancer in the commercials for the 50th anniversary national tour of Oklahoma and the musical version of It’s a Wonderful Life. He has been tap dancing for over 50 years and has studied with Mary Catherine Steckman, Diane Hamilton and Ilona Kessel.