Dancify That: The Workshop

Discover and sharpen your comedy-dance skills in a workshop inspired by the comedy-dance game show Dancify That! We’ll play improv and movement games, develop over-the-top dance personas, and use viral videos to inspire short dance pieces. Great for dancers looking to develop their comedy chops, improvisers and actors who’d like to turn up their level of fearless physical play, and anyone interested in a damn good time!

Workshop Instructors

Sarah Petersiel is Dancify That’s Official Timekeeper/Grim Reaper. She’s also Co-Artistic Director of the physical comedy ensemble Under the Table, a Teaching Artist with the New Victory Theater, and a Hospital Clown with Healthy Humor. She’s taught physical comedy masterclasses to performers of all stripes.
Ben Weber is one half of the Dancify duo Chöd and 50% of the Dancify duo XIPIXIZ (zee PEEK sees). He’s also a Teaching Artist with the New Victory Theater, Brooklyn Arts Exchange and Brooklyn Arts Council, as well as the host of the podcast Cozy Zone with Ben Weber.
Billy Schultz (Creator and Director of Dancify That) has performed original comedy and physical theater all over the USA and Western Europe. Venues include the Guggenheim Museum, Signature Theater, Brooklyn Academy of Music and Dixon Place. He works in public engagement, curriculum development, and as a teaching artist for the New Victory Theater, Brooklyn Arts Council, and Brooklyn Academy of Music.
The Dancify workshop the most fun improv class I ever had and I’d take it again. The instructors create a stimulating, open environment and give participants insightful feedback regarding their character development and improv.
Adrienne T.

Dancify was a fun and freeing way to get out of your head and into your body on stage. The workshop mixed aspects of improv, character work, and dance in a low pressure and super funny way!

Mark S.

I had an absolute ball and am so down for more.
Kasia K.

Workshop instructors created a friendly, welcoming environment in which students of all experience levels could feel comfortable being silly and creating gloriously ridiculous dances. I had such a great time and I highly recommend the class.

Kerry E.