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FazaFam

Baltimore’s Family Dance Jam

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FazaFam is an innovative family strengthening program designed by Dance & Bmore to help families ‘Bmore’ fit, fun, creative and connected. Parents get moving along with their children to gain better fitness, a better relationship, create positive memories and develop practical skills for healthy habits at home. Each class is packed with original music you’ll love to dance and sing along to as well as classic grooves that remind you of a backyard family jam. FazaFam integrates lively games and easy playful moves to strengthens families in more ways than one.

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Elder Arts Programs

A multigenerational fusion of live music,
vocals, spoken word, and dance.

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Dance & Bmore’s Elder Arts programs included: Forever Fit and Fun Club, Elder Arts Jams, and the Dance & Bmore Elder Arts Ensemble.
The Elder Arts Jam is a creative space for senior citizens to dance, talk, share recipes, stories, laugh, and sing. Each virtual or live class includes a “Did You Know” segment featuring healthy how-to tips, news, and research for the aging. There is also an open mic segment where elders share songs, poetry, and memories.
Forever Fit & Fun is a movement and music class designed with those 65 years and older in mind. Dance & Bmore facilitators use seated movement, music, and games to stimulate students’ imagination and cognitive function. Forever Fit & Fun is both structured and improvisational at times, allowing many ways for participants to be engaged. Great music and modified movement meet students where they are and create a fun environment no matter your level of mobility.
Artists in residence at the Waxter Center for Senior Citizen, the Dance & Bmore Elder Ensemble is a creative collective of singers, movers, storytellers, and actors who develop original works for live and virtual performances. These works highlight the voices and perspectives of older Baltimore artists.

VOICES OF CARMEN is a musical adaptation of the opera Carmen. and a new work developed through youth centered conversation and collaboration. This original production written and directed by CJay Philip, debuted in Baltimore, Maryland July 31st, 2019, and was featured at the DC Black Theater Festival, The Atlanta Black Theater Festival, and the Kennedy Center Page to Stage Festival.
This musical, set in a High School, is filled with fresh yet familiar renditions of George Bizet’s  compositions as well as original music and rhythms that capture the voice and soul of today’s youth. A theme within the production is ‘crossroads’ and the critical moments of reaction that lead you down one road or another. Post performance dialogue examines the range of conflicts in the opera and how we relate and resolve conflict in our own lives.
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There is no summer AMP Camp at this time.

AMP Camp

Arts Mentorship Program

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An Arts Mentorship Program under the direction of CJay Philip and Rosiland Cauthen, AMP Camp introduces 3rd through 8th graders to onstage and offstage production skills: acting, creative writing, stage management, dance, costumes, and community theater.

Campers are mentored by award winning arts educators who use the arts to build community and confidence in young people that will last far beyond their summer. NOTE – Campers have many opportunities for performances and mentorship beyond the two week camp.

Teamwork, Patience, Gratitude, and Mutual Respect are core values at the center of the AMP Camp program.

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