Dance in English Charity Show
Regularly scheduled dance classes in English for children.
Every 1st and 3rd Saturday each month
18:30-19:30, IPE Academy
¥1000 per lesson
We are looking for child dancers to learn a special routine designed by Nagoya Players Choreographer Jeff Fritch.
* Classes will be scheduled to start as soon as the threat of COVID-19 is removed. In the meantime, we are happy to take sign ups and begin preparation for the lessons.
Children who learn the routine will have the opportunity to perform it live at Nagoya Players Juniors’ Charity Showcase, Nov 28-29, 2020, Youth Square.
We need a minimum of 6 children to start the class. Class size is limited to 10 children.
For questions please email Yoshiko Matsuhima at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jeff Fritch, Dance Instructor
Jeff has been teaching dance in Japan and the US for over 30 years. He is also a highly trained English instructor. Jeff is Nagoya Players Dance Choreographer’ and most recently designed the dance routines for NP’s The Gift of the Magi. Every week, Jeff teaches a beginner’s tap dance class in Motoyama at Studio R3. And there is a weekly English and tap class, Eigo de Tap, in Oharu-cho. For more information about Jeff’s weekly classes please email EigoDeTap2020@gmail.com
14-13 Hōnenchō, Chikusa-ku, Nagoya, Aichi 464-0076
English Education Initiative (EEI)
Nagoya Players’ English Education Initiative (EEI) has been developed to encourage a life-long love of language study in the residents of Aichi. From youth to adults we are creating materials and organizing events that will aid learners in their pursuit of mastering the English language. And have fun at the same time!
We firmly believe that early exposure to English is a key indicator for future success. Children who develop foreign language skills early in life routinely show improved performance at school and gain access to better career opportunities.
With each Nagoya Players’ show we also organize Kids, Beginner, Intermediate and Advance English programs to encourage everyone to further pursue their studies.
If you’d like an Nagoya Player’s EEI event hosted at your school, business or organization please email us at Info@NagoyaPlayers.org.