Step Up: Tickets on sale for Expose The Eastside dance workshops

The one-hour dance courses will include contemporary, taught by Lauren Thomas; jazz, taught by Alex Wheelwright; hip-hop by Ahmen Taplin; and salsa by Byanka Larkins.

Ballet Bellevue will hold a series of four open dance workshops on Aug. 1.

Expose The Eastside Dance Collective Summer Workshop will present four choreographers to teach classes in dance.

The one-hour dance courses will include contemporary, taught by Lauren Thomas; jazz, taught by Alex Wheelwright; hip-hop by Ahmen Taplin; and salsa by Byanka Larkins.

Expose the Eastside is a fundraiser for Ballet Bellevue’s Holiday Smash Performance in December.

Spaces are limited.

For more information, visit the event’s page on brownpapertickets.com.

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