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Jefferson Houston PreK – 8 School
Weekly workshop for Grades 1 – 3, 2:55 – 3:55 pm
2019-20 Dates coming soon

Carlin Springs Elementary School
Weekly workshop for Grades 1 – 3, 2:45 – 4:15 pm
Oct 2 – Dec 4, 2019 (no club 10.16, 11.27)
Jan 29, 2020 – Mar 18, 2020 (no club 2.12 or 3.11)
Apr 22, 2020 – May 27, 2020

Brent Place Apartments, 375 S. Reynolds St, Alexandria VA 22304
Weekly workshops for Movement Explorers: 3:30 – 4:30
2019-20 Dates coming soon

Ferdinand T. Day Elementary School, 1701 N Beauregard St, Alexandria, VA 22311
2019-20 Dates coming soon

Virginia Commission for the Arts – Teaching Artist Roster

Performances are wonderful for birthday parties.  We tailor the experience to your requirements or bring the party to you.
For PTA or Activity Program Directors: programs travel as in-school performances, residencies, or after school activities.


Click Here for dates and times: Arlington Public Library free performances


Complete Dogness
Incorporating spoken word, movement, music the story centers on a small family, and a new puppy, Barky.  The puppy has some bad habits, but with the patience of family and friends, Barky discovers her ability to learn new tricks.

Complete Dogness Education Guide


The Migration Project
The Migration Project explores immigration and relocation.
Stories by 15 community members of all ages are layered with movement.

The Migration Project Education Guide


Mouse in House
This work for children, adapted from the book by Elizabeth Spires, is about a mouse who forms a friendship with reclusive 19th-century poet Emily Dickinson. The mouse’s life changes forever when a gust of wind blows one of Emily’s poems her way. Moved by Emily’s evocative words that capture her own feelings, the mouse becomes determined to be a poet herself.

The Mouse in House Education Guide

Mouse in House


The Big Meow
The Big Meow, adapted from the book by Elizabeth Spiresis the story of an ever-hopeful fluffball who desperately wants to belong to the band of neighborhood cats, but is ostracized for a “loud as a lion’s roar” meow.  The Big Meow is a story of hope, disappointment, courage and the need for belonging.  These simple themes are part of every neighborhood, but in this wonderful tale told through the experiences of  Little Cat, a potential weakness is a unique strength.

The Big Meow Education Guide

The Big Meow


Contact janefranklindance at gmail.com or 703-933-1111 for information about birthdays and group rates.

Funding Available for in school  performances through the Virginia Commission for the Arts Touring Directory and the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts Paul Mellon Arts in Education Program.