Back to top anchor
  • Wednesdays, to
    06:00 pm - 07:00 pm
$20 per class (pay as you go available)
Megan Adams
TAPAC class

Dance your way into summer with Megan Adams’ fun, socially distanced, open level outdoor dance classes. Escape the lockdown and embrace the open air as you dance freely while basking in the evening summer sun...

You’ll explore your own movement style and creativity while enjoying the exhilaration that comes from dancing through space with ease and confidence.

This class is best suited to students with some prior experience of contemporary dance.


Students must book online prior to attending, for health and safety reasons, drop-ins are not permitted.

Location: These classes will take place in an open air field behind Studio 2 at TAPAC

We recommend you bring:

  • A yoga mat or waterproof picnic blanket for floor work and protection if the ground is slightly damp/cold etc.
  • Shoes/socks (optional – there are some grass prickles here and there)
  • Masks must be worn
  • 2m physical distance adhered to

Weather Cancellations:

You will be notified by 4.00pm the day of the class if the class needs to be cancelled. In the event of cancellation, you will be refunded.

A maximum of 24 students are permitted to attend this class, provided that Auckland moves to alert level 3.2 on 9 November. Should Auckland not move to Alert level 3, step 2, then only the first 9 students to enrol will be able to attend. Students whose bookings will be cancelled will be refunded.


Teaching artist

Megan Adams

Megan Adams

Megan, a graduate of the New Zealand School of Dance, works as a dancer, choreographer, rehearsal director and teacher. She is also a long-term yoga practitioner and is in her final year of Iyengar Yoga training. Megan has tutored dance at TAPAC, Unitec, PIPA and Toi Whakaari (the NZ Drama School) and has worked in schools as a dance education tutor for the Royal New Zealand Ballet Company, Markham Arts and Atamira Dance Company.

Megan was Douglas Wright's choreographic assistant and worked on the NZ, Australian and European tours of Black Milk (2006), Rapt (2011 and 2013) and The Kiss Inside (2015 and 2016). She has also choreographed various other stage works including 360 (NZ International Arts Festival 2010 and Auckland 2014) as well as working in film.