Michaela Cisarikova facilitates ProDance training
Mon, Tue 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m.  |  £6
Michaela combines practices of contemporary, physical theatre and hip hop dance styles which she has been learning, practicing and adjusting to her unique style throughout her dance career. The class focuses on precise and complex movement qualities and finding the freedom and creativity within them. Michaela’s practice shares how to combine and smoothly switch between various styles and movement qualities to make your own throughout improvisation led exercises and tasks. The class includes signature vocabulary, technical exercises, variations and improvisation with the aim of using the movement qualities in practice. Bio:

Born in Slovakia, Michaela Cisarikova is a UK based choreographer, dancer and movement director. She is also the Artistic Director of MCDC – Michaela Cisarikova Dance Company - which she founded in 2014. After finishing her BA (HONS) Degree in Dance Education at Canterbury Christ Church University, she went on to achieve the Jasmin Vardimon PGCertificate in physical theatre.
Michaela’s unique style fuses elements of contemporary with physical theatre and Hip Hop styles such us poppin’ and breakin’

“The way Michaela dances and tells a story is quite remarkable. You can literally feel it oozing from her” – Theatre Full Stop

She’s become a prominent voice on the UK dance scene, and is now an associate artist of Walker’s 201 Dance Company. She was a dancer in 201’s break-through hit ‘SMOTHER’ (“Taking Hip Hop into thrillingly new terrain” – The Guardian), before taking the lead role in the company’s second show - ‘SKIN’ (A masterpiece of human sensitivity – “Fringe Review”) - which went on to complete a UK tour. Other credits include: Assistant Choreographer for Andrea Walker's "HOME" at The Joffrey Ballet in Chicago, Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Breakin' Convention at Sadler's Wells, Resolution, Protein Dance, Mafalda Deville and others.

"Michaela Cisarikova is equally at home as an actor with a natural emotional range and as a dancer of contemporary and hip-hop movement."
Jo Tomalin, Fringe Review

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