Florida Dance Theatre's

Summer Intensive/ Senior Division

June 18 - 28, 2015

 Join Florida Dance Theatre for our Three-week Senior Division Summer Intensive June 18th – June 28th !  Participate in an exciting, fun and rigorous training program and explore a variety of dance techniques. Train with master teachers from around the globe, FDT Company directors and dancers and perform original  and traditional choreography in a final performance held at the end of the session.

 This program is designed for intermediate and advanced students ages 13-25 who are committed to enhancing their dance training.  The program is geared to providing students with a chance to explore a variety of dance techniques with Ballet as a core component. A focus is also placed on educating dancers about dance history, choreography, and maintaining healthy lifestyles.  Participants of the FDT Summer Intensive will gain the technique and experience that will build their knowledge, strength and ability to move forward in their future endeavors.

Room and Board is available on the beautiful campus of Florida Southern College.

 Audition information  / Senior Division

Sunday February 8th 1:00 -2:45 

Sunday March 8th 1:00 -2:45

The Studios of Florida Dance Theatre 

305 W Main in downtown Lakeland

Please note: The Senior Division is divided into 2 levels with age used as a general guideline. Students will be evaluated and placed according to the level best matched to their technique and maturity. (Bring Pointe Shoes)

 (Video submissions are eligible).

Audition Requirements:

  • $10 Audition Fee
  • Headshot
  • Application
  • Resume of Training
  • Video submissions will be accepted (DEADLINE May 25th) No longer than 5 minutes including basic barre and center adagio, allegro and pointe work if applicable.


P.O. Box 831  

Lakeland, Fl. 33802     

(863) 802-0399


Photo by Tina Sargeant

Photo by Tina Sargeant

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