Sat, Jan 16, 2021
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Hope Easterbrook made her Broadway debut in “Hamilton” and made her film debut in the Disney+ Hamilton movie. She joins us to teach some choreography from Hamilton and share her perspective as a professional performer!
We invite all Girl Choir members (current, future, and alumnae) to join us for this interactive experience. Bring your dancing shoes and get ready to move!
About our clinician:
Hope Easterbrook started her dance training in her hometown of Goshen, New York, where she studied Ballet, Jazz, Tap, and Modern. She was introduced to Hip Hop when she began training at The School at Steps in the Pre-Professional Program. After dancing at Steps in high school, she was accepted to the Musical Theater and Dance program at Marymount Manhattan College. There, she developed a passion for teaching and decided to pursue a career in instructing, performing, and choreographing Hip Hop. In 2016 she made her Broadway debut in “Hamilton” and fulfilled her dream of performing in the Tony Awards. In 2018, Hope performed in the highly esteemed production of “In the Heights” at the Kennedy Center. Besides performing, Hope has worked as associate choreographer for multiple projects including “The Ladies of Hip Hop Showcase” (2015) and “Broadway Bares” (2014-2019). She founded her own non-profit, “Dance 4 Hope”, which facilitates dance classes to underprivileged youth as well as immigrant and refugee children. She made her film debut in the Hamilton movie which aired on Disney+ on July 3rd, 2020 alongside the original Broadway cast. She is looking forward to furthering her career as a dance instructor, performer, and a well-rounded artist.