Surfin’ Safari Dance Choreography
For Day 2, and in honour of International Dance Day, we thought we would bring a little dancing into your lives. Join Jackie Pooke, choreographer for St. Albert Children’s Theatre, as she leads you on a quick and easy-to-learn dance routine that she filmed while on the beach in beautiful Tofino, British Columbia. All you need to learn this dance routine is a willingness to have FUN.
We'd love to see your version of this dance. Take a video or a picture of your participation in today’s activity and share it with us online!
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This content was filmed in the province of British Columbia (BC) and in alignment with all BC public health measures in place at the time of filming.
Jacqueline Pooke is a choreographer and dance instructor who grew up here in St. Albert, Alberta. Since 1997 she has been a part of the St. Albert Children's Theatre and an Instructor at MacEwan University's Theatre Arts Program since 2000. As a dancer, Jacqueline has performed on the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), toured the Far East (Singapore, Tokyo, Okinawa), performed with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra, and RYTHMATIX at the Winspear in Edmonton and was an original member of Free Fall Dance who performed at the Arden Theatre in 2006.
St. Albert Children’s Theatre has been operating for 40 years, providing training and opportunities for young people to develop skills in dramatics, vocals, and dance. This program offers youth the opportunity to acquire a variety of life skills that will have a lasting impact throughout their lives. Leadership skills, confidence, commitment, dedication, team participation and respect are encouraged and nurtured. The result is outstanding theatre, an exceptional national reputation, and a vital contribution to the community.
Last edited: May 3, 2021