Winter Intensive 

December 27th - December 28th | 10:00am -5:00pm

Intermediate to Advanced Dancers ages 15-24 years old

Urbanity's winter intensive is a rigorous two-day program based in Boston's historic South End. Students receive 8 hours of daily instruction in ballet, modern, and contemporary technique. Faculty includes Urbanity Company and Faculty members alongside guest instructor Kaylee “Impavido” Millis from So You Think You Can Dance. Students may choose to attend one day or both days. Both days will be held at UDHQ: 1180 Washington Street #100 Boston, MA.

Tuition

One day $125 | Two days $225

*Payments can be made in full upon registration or $deposit and automatic payment on December 22nd

Sample Daily Schedule:

9-10:45am Ballet 

11am-12:45pm: Contemporary 

12:45-1:15pm: Lunch

1:15-3pm: Contemporary Jazz

3:15-5pm: Master Class with Kaylee "Impavido” Millis

Questions

E-mail cayley@urbanitydance.org  or give us a call at (617) 572-3727

 

Faculty

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Kaylee “Impavido” Millis

Kaylee “Impavido” Millis was born and raised in Boston, MA.  Trained in various styles, Kaylee has used her talents to fuse those styles into her very own. Kaylee’s unique style has allowed her to continue to train and perform in several street crews while growing up in the Boston dance scene. As she grew older, she developed a love for teaching as well as performing, which carried her to where she is today, traveling and teaching in studios and conventions all over the country.

With her work displayed on social media, more and more started to take notice. Just last year, Kaylee finished top 5 on So You Think You Can Dance season 14 and continued on to tour with her season performing all over the country once again. Now that she lives in LA, Kaylee has most recently danced for Iconic artists such as Halsey on The Voice, and Janet Jackson on the 2018 Billboards. She continues to strive for and achieve her dreams every day and everywhere she goes. Who knows what she’ll do next. 

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Haley Day

Haley Day grew up in St. Louis, Missouri. After training for several years as a competitive gymnast, Haley found ballet and began her exploration of the dance world. She graduated from the University of Missouri, Kansas City Conservatory of Music and Dance in 2013 with a BFA in Dance Performance with a dual emphasis in ballet and modern techniques. During college, Haley had the pleasure of dancing as a guest artist in the corps of Kansas City Ballet’s Nutcracker; she was also a guest artist for Western Oklahoma Ballet Theater and a dancer in Owen/Cox Contemporary Dance Group in Kansas City. 2016 marks Haley’s third year as a professional company dancer of Urbanity and her second year as the School Principal of the school at Urbanity Dance.

Meghan “Meg” Anderson 

Meghan “Meg” Anderson hails from central Massachusetts where she began her early dance career. She continued her dance education at Dean College and graduated with her BA in Dance in 2012. Since graduation Meg has danced in prestigious theaters such as the Ailey Theater, Jordan Hall, and the Paramount Theater. She was honored to be one of the only two female dancers ever to perform Pilobolus’s famous founding quartet Ocellus alongside fellow Urbanity Dancer Jamie Ballou. Throughout her six seasons with Urbanity, Meg has had the pleasure of working with many notable choreographers such as Betsi Graves, Marcus Schulkind, Jaclyn Walsh, Carl Flink, Jackie Nowicki and Andy Noble. She has also had the opportunity to present her own choreography, collaborating with such organizations as Massachusetts Symphony Orchestra, Boston Children’s Choir and Emerson Dance Ensemble, and creating many works on Urbanity’s company dancers. She also shares her love of dance with hundreds of students each week as she teaches and choreographs throughout New England.  Meg is honored to have many rolls within Urbanity including Artistic Associate, Director of the Junior Apprentice Program and Youth Companies, as well as Co-director of the Urbanity Dance Summer Intensive. 

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Katie Grenier

Katie Grenier grew up in central Massachusetts where she acquired in-depth dance training throughout her younger years.  Katie continued her dance education at Dean College where she earned her BA in Dance with a concentration in Performance and Choreography along with a minor in Psychology.  She has had the utmost pleasure in learning from and working with artists such as Kristina Berger, Jeremy Ruth Howes, William Evans, Jessie Jeanne Stinnett, Yury Yanowsky, and Cheryl Madeux.  With the 2018/2019 season being Katie’s first with Urbanity, she has now been working very closely with Betsi Graves and fellow Urbanity dancers and faculty.  Katie also teaches throughout Massachusetts, Cape Cod, and Rhode Island as both a weekly instructor and guest teacher at various schools of dance.  Katie is endlessly grateful for her ability to dance and share her art in the capacity that she does, and to continue her career with the inspiring artists of Urbanity Dance. 




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Cayley Christoforou

Cayley Christoforou is a New England based artist who is the Artistic Operations Manager at Urbanity Dance in Boston, Mass. As a choreographer and educator, Cayley has been an adjunct faculty member and choreographer for both the Salve Regina University and Providence College dance programs and has taught as a master teacher at several studios across New England. Her choreography has been presented at numerous festivals including the Boston Contemporary Dance Festival (2014, 2016, 2017, 2018), Salem Arts Festival (2018), and the Southern Vermont Dance Festival (2015).  Her choreography was selected as the faculty piece to represent Providence College at the American College Dance Association at Boston University. Cayley was also featured in the Dance Studio Life magazine contemporary and modern issue 2017. 

Christoforou received her masters degree in business administration, as well as an undergraduate degree in English communications and dance from Salve Regina University. During her undergraduate experience, Cayley was an integral part of the Salve dance program. She was a dancer and choreographer for Extensions Dance Company, presented her work at two American College Dance Association's, and was the first student to direct the Student Choreography Showcase. Upon graduation, Cayley received the Salve Regina University Dance Award 2015.