Exelon Strobel Step-Up Program

Overview

The Exelon Strobel Step-Up Program is a rigorous scholarship program offered to promising high school students. Named in honor of former Joffrey Board Chair Pamela B. Strobel, and long-time supporter Exelon Corporation, the group was founded in 2006 to help participants develop their dance skills and provide opportunities to showcase their talents. The group has performed at Millennium Park, Toyota Park, the Auditorium Theatre of Roosevelt University, Dance Chicago, the DuSable Museum of African American History, and other venues throughout Chicago. Additionally, in 2010, the Government of South Africa invited a group of Exelon Strobel Step-Up students to South Africa to help promote the Diski Dance and the 2010 FIFA World Cup tournament.

 

Upcoming Performances

Joffrey Spring Gala: Friday, April 25 at 6:30 pm at the Auditorium Theatre

Final Presentation: Wednesday, May 28 at 7:00 pm at Joffrey Tower

 

 



 

Video

Exelon Strobel Step-Up Students Perform at Bulls Halftime (March 2013)

Bulls Game Flash Mob (January 2011)

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Content

The Exelon Strobel Step-Up Program is a rigorous scholarship program offered to promising high school students. Named in honor of former Joffrey Board Chair Pamela B. Strobel, and long-time supporter Exelon Corporation, the group was founded in 2006 to help participants develop their dance skills and provide opportunities to showcase their talents. The group has performed at Millennium Park, Toyota Park, the Auditorium Theatre of Roosevelt University, Dance Chicago, the DuSable Museum of African American History, and other venues throughout Chicago. Additionally, in 2010, the Government of South Africa invited a group of Exelon Strobel Step-Up students to South Africa to help promote the Diski Dance and the 2010 FIFA World Cup tournament.

 

Upcoming Performances

Joffrey Spring Gala: Friday, April 25 at 6:30 pm at the Auditorium Theatre

Final Presentation: Wednesday, May 28 at 7:00 pm at Joffrey Tower

 

 



 

Designed For: 
Advanced high school students