Dance Wednesdays

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Drop-ins welcome

$15 per class

A dance class that you can depend on through at least the end of the year and longer… if we’re lucky. The class is titled Contemporary Jazz Dance, but as many of you know there are numerous vectors of dance meeting here in this space and I teach to who is in the room while maintaining an overarching vision of technique and artistry.

Contemporary Jazz Dance on Fridays

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At Lifeworks Studio

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Castle St, Great Barrington, MA.

Factory Secrets (revealed in 2012)

Factory Secrets from AUTO MOBILE BODY WORKS (Scene 1)
Creatures of Habitat Physical Poetry Public Performance Project

Vision, Direction, Body, Choreography, Production: Stefanie L. Weber
Editing: Michael Sinopoli/ Greylock Productions
Music: Secrets by Electric Soft Parade

*This piece is one of 4 and was created solely for large-scale outdoor projection on structures.

Special thanks to: Thomas White/Electric Soft Parade, Kinesphere Movement Arts Studio in Lee, MA, Greylock Productions, The Pittsfield Cultural Council, Shira Lynn Wohlberg and Rachael Schwartz

Tap & Blues at the After Party

TScreen Shot 2016-07-25 at 8.59.04 AMhe Whitney Center for the Arts at 42 Wendell Ave in Pittsfield announces presentation of Tap & Blues: Two White Girls and The Backbeat on August 5, 2016 at 8p as part of August’s First Friday events. 

Tap & Blues is a collaborative duo of Berkshire-based musical artists, Stefanie Weber and Robin O’Herin. Pittsfield native Weber is an action-based dance artist most known for her international dance work, They Dance For Rain, in Nairobi, Kenya. O’Herin is a touring blues and gospel musician, specializing in historically rich concerts that feature original and traditional Delta blues. Together they create a new and bold rhythmic conversation that is both intensely raw and intricate as they revisit classic American tap dance and blues steps, songs and stories. Spend an evening with these Two White Girls and The Backbeat  and be immersed in the boundless landscape of two exceptional American art forms.

This program is supported in part by a grant from the Pittsfield Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency. For more information about Tap & Blues visit For more information about the The Whitney Center for Arts and it’s programs, visit

(photo by Diane Firtell © 2015)

The People’s Tap Dance Theater


The People’s Tap Dance Theater, directed by Stefanie Weber, in the Community Access to the Arts annual gala event Wallflowers. May 14 +15, 2016 at Shakespeare and Co. in Lenox, MA. Photo by Christina Rahr Lane.