Events Calendar > "Bring It On: The Musical" Master Class
"Bring It On: The Musical" Master ClassMonday, Dec. 26, 6-8pm, $20Sutdio B, ODC Dance CommonsRegister at the front desk or call (415) 863-9830 x100Taught by Dexter Carr, current cast member of "Bring It On: The Musical," this master class will be about finding your inner groove, cleanliness, and figuring out what makes YOU stand out as a dancer while sticking to the choreography. BRING IT ON: THE MUSICAL is the explosive new musical comedy that raises the stakes on over-the-top high school rivalries. Set against the world of competitive cheerleading, this powerhouse new show hilariously proves that winning isn't everything when it means losing something - or someone - you really care about.BRING IT ON: THE MUSICAL unites some of the freshest and funniest creative minds on Broadway, including Tony Award®-winning writer Jeff Whitty (Avenue Q); Tony Award®-winning composer Lin-Manuel Miranda (In The Heights); Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award®-winning composer Tom Kitt (Next to Normal) and lyricist Amanda Green (High Fidelity); Tony Award®-winning orchestrator Alex Lacamoire (Wicked); and Tony Award®-winning director/choreographer Andy Blankenbuehler (In The Heights).Master class teacher Dexter Carr began his training at the age of 16 at SOCAPA (School of Cinema and Performing Arts), once he returned to his hometown began to train at Focal Point Studios in Miami FL. Shortly after Dexter began training he got the chance to work with artists such as Chris Brown and Keri Hilson. After Dexter graduated high school he moved to New York City to become a professional dancer. He began training at Broadway Dance Center and training with amazing choreographers such as; Luam Keflezgy, Sheryl Murakami, Eric Jenkins, Jamie Jackson, Rhapsody James, Dana Foglia, Joanna Numata, Neil Schwartz, Kevin Maher, and others. After a couple years in the city Dexter began to audition again and got the chance to work with Katy Perry, Beyonce, and Kelly Rowland. Dexter is currently working on the First National Tour directed by Andy Blankenbuehler and written by Lin Manuel Miranda.