Two Modern Dance Workshops with special guest, Madeleine Reber


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News release from the Fort Wayne Dance Collective:

Two Modern Dance Workshops With Special Guest, Madeleine Reber

(July 24, 2015) – Fort Wayne Dance Collective is proud to host guest teacher Madeleine Reber for two modern dance workshops, Tuesday August 4th from 5:45 – 6:45 and Friday, August 7th from 6-8 p.m in the FWDC studios. Ms. Reber is the founder and artistic director of Salty Lark Dance, a company committed to socially relevant, artistically compelling dance theater in Chicago, IL. She holds a B.A. in Dance from Bennington College and an M.F.A. in Choreography from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Her workshops will weave together modern dance, improvisation and movement fundamentals. Dance experience useful.

Cost for Workshops
Tuesday Only: $12
Friday Only: $15
Both Tuesday and Friday: $20

To register, visit or call 260.424.6574. For more information, please call FWDC Artistic Director, Liz Monnier at 260.424.6574 or


About The Fort Wayne Dance Collective
The mission of the Fort Wayne Dance Collective (FWDC) is to inspire and empower people of all ages and abilities through movement and rhythm. Established in 1979 by five women looking for a creative outlet, FWDC has grown to include onsite and offsite classes, as well as outreach programming for pre-k through 12th-grade students and people with disabilities. In 2014, FWDC established the Healing Arts therapy program in partnership with Parkview Health Systems. FWDC serves more than 29,000 people annually with the support of four staff members, 30 sub-contracted instructors and more than 50 volunteers. FWDC believes that dancing is for all body types and abilities, all children should be given the opportunity to discover dance, and dancing can change the world. FWDC is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization and a funded partner of Arts United. For more information, visit


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