Altered Productions Institute (API) in Clarksburg has a full slate of dance lined up this weekend in Harrison County. On Friday, January 20, the local dance company will present its winter showcase featuring performances from their own dance companies, as well as special performances by students from the WVU Dance program, and guest instructors Alyssa Harrington and Markelle Grutsch. The performance will begin at 7:30PM at Bridgeport High School. Tickets are $10 and can be purchased at the door.

Harrington and Grutsch will also serve as guest instructors at API’s Winter Dance Intensive on Saturday and Sunday. The dance intensive is open to the community and will cost $100 for both days, with a special discounted rate for $55 for college students. Students will be accepted on a first come, first serve basis.

Alyssa Harrington is a performer with the Dallas Black Dance Theatre and also spends time teaching and choreographing works with artists and schools. Harrington attended the University of Nebraska, Kansas City Ballet, The Ailey School, and Dallas Black Dance Theatre. Markelle Grutsch is currently a dance student at Pointe Park University in Pittsburgh and has received numerous awards, including the national titles Sr. Miss Adrenaline and Jr. Miss Fire and Ice.

Altered Productions is located in downtown Clarksburg at 201 W. Pike St. For complete information on the dance intensive, please CLICK HERE.

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