City Light Benson : 5612 Corby St
New schedule/New teacher begins September 15th:
Tuesdays | 3 to 5-year-olds | 10:00-10:40am | Creative Movement and
Tuesdays | 5 to 7-years-old | 10:50-11:30am | Pre-Ballet
Wednesday | 3 to 5-years-olds | 10:00-10:40am | Creative Movement
Wednesday | Parent and Tot Class | 10:50-11:30AM | Creative Movement
Each class costs $5 per child | No Registration | Drop In Classes
(Wear comfortable clothes. No prior experience is required. Leotards and shoes are welcomed but not required. Barefoot is best.)
Kyan Doubet is the instructor of City Dance
Kyan joined the Omaha dance scene 11 years ago when she became a member of the Moving Company, the University of Nebraska at Omaha's modern dance performance group. She happily kept busy studying any style of dance she had the opportunity to and performed in numerous original and collaborative, site-specific works created by such choreographers as Josie Metal-Corbin, Mary Waugh-Taylor, Jeff Curtis, & Chalie Livingston.
Kyan found herself performing in art galleries, rooftops, libraries, music venues, concert halls, and on film. She continued to improve her technique, studying ballet at the Omaha Academy of Ballet, and the Omaha Theater Ballet School of Dance. Kyan was selected for the Omaha Dance Project and performed many contemporary and classical works including Giselle in the Giselle Peasant Pas de Deux, the Sugar Plum Fairy in the Nutcracker, original works by Jon Fagan, Lynne Nevin, Patti Zukaitis, Roxanne Nielsen, and Nichol Mason Lazenby. She was twice nominated for the Omaha Entertainment Award's Best Featured Dancer category and performed in Opera Omaha's 2008 production of Aida. Kyan gained experience teaching creative movement and pre-ballet at the Omaha Academy of Ballet and the Jewish Community Center.
Kyan has a passion for dance and desires to see it grow in the Omaha community including it's youngest members. Currently a "stay-at-home", homeschooling mother of 2 rambunctious children (ages 5 & 2), she is delighted to be actively dancing, performing, and creating with Tbd. an Omaha-based dance collective at various venues including Kaneko, Bancroft Street Market, the Bemis, Sokol Auditorium, the Petshop, and the Slow Down. Kyan believes there is a need for drop-in classes designed for young children, and appreciates the opportunity to offer an introduction to movement in a fun, relaxed atmosphere.