Join us for a free and open to community dancers Master Class with Juan Chavez at Noon-3pm, 11/16/19 at Riverside City College Dance Studio HG102.




Juan Chavez is a Queer-Latinx performer and creator based in the Inland Empire. They studied and began to receive their movement training at the University of California, Santa Cruz. There, they studied under Bay Area artists, Gerald Casel and Cid Pearlman, to then continue to perform and create professionally in the Bay and Southern California.


Trolley Dances Riverside is a production of Riverside City College Dance, P.L.A.C.E. Performance, and the Riverside Arts Council, in partnership with the Riverside Transit Agency. Trolley Dances is a trademark of Jean Isaacs San Diego Dance Theater.

Trolley Dances Riverside from Samantha Carlson on Vimeo.
Trolley Dances began in 1997 as a production of Jean Isaacs San Diego Dance Theater. Since that time it has spread to include San Francisco (2003) and Riverside (2012). Although the topography, diversity and culture of each city may differ, each location retains SDDT’s thematic approach of creating original, site-specific work along the local trolley line.
Attracting over 3000 patrons throughout the state each year, the Trolley Dances series highlights the unique diversity of each city, promoting local choreographers. Dances have taken place on balconies and stairs, in libraries, food stores, swimming pools, fountains, parking structures, rooftops, and other unlikely sites.