Collide Theatrical’s Apprentice Program is a professional training and rehearsal program for advanced professional-track dancers ages 18 and up.
The course provides the necessary skills for dancers to pursue formal positions within the Company and in the world of theater dance.
Tuition-based. BIPOC scholarships available.
Collide will be bringing its dance musical production Wonderland, a show that aims to de-stigmatize mental health issues, to schools around the Twin Cities and the greater Minnesota area in October and November in 2023.
Wonderland uses an accessible format (dance theater) to provide education and a positive message about the importance of mental health and empathy to students.
Storytelling Through Movement
Collide's residencies give students the opportunity to create art based on their own personal experiences. Collide teaching artists work with students to tell stories non-verbally and through movement.
The residency culminates in a public showing of the student’s work presented to classmates and family members.
Choreographer / Director Incubation Program
The Choreographer/Director Incubation Program offers experienced dancers a chance to choreograph and direct one of the shows in Collide's season. This is done under the guidance of Collide Artistic Director Regina Peluso to give newer directors valuable experience and an insight into what it takes to put a show together.