Faculty

An all-star cast for those just starting their dance training as well as those with exceptional technique and ability. With innovative classes for young children to classes offered to prepare dancers for the professional level, our teachers are highly dedicated in helping each child progress and reach their potential.

Management

Ballet

Jazz

Tap

Hip Hop

Gym

STUDIO DIRECTOR / OWNER

Sheryl Dowling

Sheryl has created and run one of the top studios in the United States for the past 35 years. The Dance Club is a multiple “Best of State” winner and has won countless national titles over the years. Her students, in addition to winning numerous awards while dancing at The Dance Club, have gone on to have incredibly successful college and professional dance careers. The movies Chicago, High School Musical, The Producers, and Teen Beach Movie; Broadway shows Aida, Sweet Charity, Footloose, Wicked, In the Heights, and Sweet Charity; Television shows So You Think You Can Dance, Dancing With the Stars and A Chance to Dance; Stage Shows like Radio City Rockettes, Celine Dion, Mariah Carey and Disneyland; Company work with Boston Ballet and Utah Ballet; Cougarettes and Utah Jazz Dancers and colleges such as Julliard, Tisch School of the Arts (NYU) and Pace University have reaped the rewards of having former Dance Club students. Sheryl also serves as a founder of “Art With Heart” which has raised over $600,000 to date for the children of Shriners Hospital. She believes in creating a positive environment where children can grow and flourish, where the expectations for the dancers are extremely high and they feel safe to ‘try hard things’ as they travel their dance journey. Creating and cultivating an environment for young artists to grow and succeed and young teachers to develop great gifts of teaching is one of her proudest accomplishments.

STUDIO MANAGER / OWNER

Allison Thornton

Alli has been involved in dance since she was very young, and has danced professionally all over the world. She has danced in shows for Polaris, Novell, and Nu-Skin, and performed in two International World Expositions. Immediately after high school, Alli began a 10 year professional dance career with “Odyssey Dance Theatre.” During her time with Odyssey, Alli spent the first 7 years as a principal dancer/dance captain, and the last 3 years as the Assistant Artistic Director under Derryl Yeager. She cherished the time she spent with Odyssey, and gained tremendous experience as a dancer, choreographer, and director. Alli enjoys choreographing and has earned many regional & national awards for her choreography, including the prestigious National Critics Choice award at NYC Dance Alliance. What she enjoys the most is teaching and helping children learn and grow in an art she loves. Alli uses her many talents at the ‘The Dance Club’ not only as teacher and office manager, but as a partner in the studio with Sheryl Dowling.

BALLET

Connie Burton

Connie is the founding artistic director of Rocky Mountain Ballet and Rocky Mountain Repertory Ballet. A native of Utah, Connie began her professional ballet training with Willam F. Christensen at the University of Utah and a soloist with Ballet West, performing locally and nationally in solo roles such as Merlitons and Spanish in The Nutcracker, Spring in Cinderella, and in Octet, Swan Lake, and principal in Pas de Dix. Connie joined the ballet faculty of Brigham Young University in 1977, where her choreographic credits include Tandelei (Faure), Sleeping Beauty, Ballet for Farce, Coppelia, The Nutcracker, Love and Passion (Faure), Popcorn, Ameno (Enigma, re-mix by Dj Quicksilver), Eppur Si Muove (Enigma), Sweet Lullaby (Deep Forestand Enigma). While at the University she was principal teacher and co-director of BYU’s Youth Artists ballet program.

In 1995, Connie opened the Rocky Mountain Ballet School of Classical Ballet, now Rocky Mountain Ballet, with its resident company, Rocky Mountain Repertory Ballet. At RMB and The Dance Club, she continues to train young dancers with her commitment to professional quality and discipline. She masterfully balances her classes with the elements of hard work, creativity and music, instilling in her students a love, respect and her undying passion for the art of ballet.

BALLET

Whitney Ellis

Bio coming soon.

BALLET

Sasha Zoumadakis

Sasha came into this world dancing and has never stopped! She began her formal training at the age of 3 at Ballet Etc. in Sandy, Utah under the direction of Barbara Nesi Olsen, where her passion for ballet took flight. At age 12, she moved to the Casalino School of Creative Arts in Salt Lake City, Utah under the direction of Mikal Casalino who trained at the Joffrey Ballet in New York City. Mikal Casalino is renowned for her impeccable technique and professional level training. Sasha graduated from Casalino School of Creative Arts and continued her studies at Ballet West Conservatory at the University of Utah under the direction of John Hart and Sharee Lane in their pre-professional program. Sasha has performed in more than 20 full length Ballets with solo and title roles. Her repertoire includes, Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, Snow White, Coppelia, Alice in Wonderland and The Nutcracker to name a few.  After taking a couple of years off to start a family, Sasha returned to Mikal Casalino for a teaching mentorship. She has been teaching ballet for the past 17 years. To her, there is nothing more rewarding than inspiring a love and passion for ballet in young dancers.

BALLET

TaeLor Stoddard

More to come...

BALLET

Jessica Ketchum

More to come...

JAZZ / TURNS

Kirra Cook

Kirra has been teaching and choreographing for 24 years. She has helped her students become National Outstanding Dancers at NYCDA, Featured dancers in New York’s Christmas Spectacular, Clara in the Radio City Christmas Spectacular, and some have gone on to be Rockettes.

Kirra has see her students join the National Broadway Tours of Footloose, A Funny thing happened on the Way to the Forum, and Sweet Charity. Her Students have also appeared on Broadway in Sweet Charity, Wicked, Aida, and Dance of the Vampires. A few of have also performed with music artists like Jennifer Lopez, Mariah Carey, and Macy Gray.

Kirra has students that have been featured in the movies Chicago, The Producers, and No Strings Attached. Several of them have been on So You Think You Can Dance, including one all star. One of her students was also a featured choreographer for the popular dance tv show.

In the world of Choreography her work has received countless awards, including Critics Choice , as well as the National choreography award for NYCDA.  Kirra’s choreography has been featured on ESPN, Polaris Fashion Show, Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, and Good Morning America.

Kirra has a love and passion for helping her students succeed and she is an invaluable asset to The Dance Club.

CONTEMPORARY

Amy Gunter-Lolofie

Amy grew up dancing at The Dance Factory in Pocatello, Idaho; then went on to receive a BFA in Dance from Brigham Young University. While there, she received many awards including: Exceptional Rookie Performer Award (2012), Outstanding Choreographer (2013), and Outstanding Performer Award (2016). She was also chosen for a half-tuition performance scholarship and as a Convocation Representative (2016). Amy has performed with BYU DancEnsemble, BYU Contemporary Dance Theatre, Repertory Dance Theater as a guest artist in the masterwork “Missa Brevis” by Jose Limon, SALT 2, and now SALT Contemporary Dance. She also attended San Francisco Conservatory of Dance learning from professionals with resumes that include San Francisco Ballet, LINES Ballet, and Batsheva. She is always looking for new learning experiences and is excited about continuing to grow as a dance artist and teacher.

JAZZ CLUB DIRECTOR

Emily Hoover

Emily began dancing at the age of 3 . She won numerous awards and scholarships as a dancer, as well as a college scholarship to MCC in AZ. She later continued her education at BYU majoring in education. Emily began teaching at the age of 15 and has taught children from 3 yrs to adults. She has taught jazz, ballet, tap, gymnastics, lyrical, turns, and everything in between. Emily has taught at The Dance Club since 1998, and is currently the director of the Jazz Club team. Her choreography has been recognized at various competitions, and she has led her dancers to several national titles. Emily has a passion for teaching and enjoys being a part of her students’ lives. She is a wife and mother to 4 great kids who are the light of her life. She feels very blessed to love what she does and share the art of dance with others.

JAZZ CLUB / TECHNIQUE

Shaundee Bull

Shaundee is an accomplished dancer and choreographer with more than 20 years training in jazz, ballet, tap, hip hop, lyrical and contemporary. She has choreographed for the Brigham Young University Cougarettes, National Dance Companies, various musical theatre productions, numerous college and high school dance teams, and dance studios around the country. For four years, she was a member of the8-time NCAA National Champion BYU Cougarettes and was the dance captain and choreographer for three years. At BYU, Shaundee was the recipient of the“Outstanding Choreographer” and “Outstanding Dancer” awards. She has been featured on three national CBS sports shows and in Dance Spirit Magazine. Shaundee has served on the board of directors for the “Utah Dance Judges Association” and has been a certified state adjudicator for 8years. She is the current co-chairman for the BYU Cougarette Alumni Association. Shaundee is thrilled to join the faculty at The Dance Club.

STAR DIRECTOR / FAIRY TALE BALLET/ JAZZ I

Bethany Bayles

Bethany began dancing when she was 3 years old.  She has had training in jazz, ballet, tap and tumbling.  Through her years of dancing she was able to participate in numerous half-time shows, competitions and the 2002 Winter Olympics Closing Ceremonies.  She has a great gift with young dancers and pursued teaching at an early age.  Her students have won high honors at numerous competitions and her choreography has received awards throughout the state.  Bethany has been teaching for 13 years and loves her job!  What could be better than being with little kids all day?

EXPRESS DIRECTOR / JAZZ

Sydney Poole

Sydney started dancing at The Dance Club at a very young age and enjoyed every minute of her journey from Jazz 1 through Company. She is proud to have had The Dance Club as a second home and is so honored to continue doing what she loves as a teacher. Sydney has trained in jazz, ballet, tap, contemporary, hip hop, and modern. She graduated from UVU in April 2011 with a Bachelor's degree in Dance, emphasis in Modern Performance. While at UVU, Sydney had the opportunity to travel to Spain with UVU's Contemporary Dance Ensemble where she was able to attend modern and ballet classes at some of Spain's most prestigious Dance Conservatory's. She also had the opportunity to teach Jazz classes to the native Spain dancers, which was a great experience in so many ways. Sydney spent 3 seasons dancing for the Utah Flash and enjoyed her time performing and participating in many community events. Some of Sydney's most memorable experiences at The Dance Club include NYC Nationals and participating as a Child of Light at the Medals Ceremonies in Salt Lake City's 2002 Winter Olympics. She enjoys spending time with her family, snowboarding, wakeboarding, writing, watching Disney movies, playing in the sunshine, and most of all she LOVES teaching and cherishes every minute she has to share her passion of dance with her wonderful students!

STARBURST DIRECTOR / JAZZ

Kayman Cook

Kayman Cook started dancing at The Dance Club in Orem, Utah at the age of 3. She has studied all styles of dance and also studied gymnastics at All American. She grew up performing and competing locally and nationally. She received a scholarship from Dance Attack, as well as won the Regional Outstanding Dancer for the New York City Dance Alliance. She has won many awards including the prestigious National Critics Choice in New York City at the finale of NYCDA. She has had the privilege of working with top choreographers and dancers from all over the country including: Joey Dowling, Martha Nichols, Dana Wilson, Jacki Ford, Chantelle Aquire, and Andy Pelleck. Kayman is currently studying at the University of Utah and is planning on majoring in Elementary Education. She loves kids and teaching, and is excited to be sharing her passion for dance with her students.

STARBURST DIRECTOR / JAZZ

Allison DeBry

Dance has always been a huge part of Allison's life. She grew up dancing at a studio in Las Vegas where she trained in ballet, tap, jazz, hip hop and tumbling. She also has had the opportunity to participate in many local, regional and national competitions. What Allison has loved most about her countless hours spent in the studio are the different life values and lessons she has learned and instilled in her dancing, as well as in her day to day life. Allison is currently attending BYU where she is studying both Therapuetic Recreation and Spanish. She loves working at The Dance Club and hopes to be a good influence on all the dancers she teaches.

JAZZ

Caitlin Vanchiere

Caitlin grew up dancing at The Dance Club, starting at the age of 3. Starting in Jazz I and moving all the way up to Sr. Company, she’s trained in Jazz, Ballet, Contemporary, Tap, and Gymnastics. After graduating she began teaching at The Dance Club, as well as working in the front office. Caitlin is so excited to be back teaching after taking a little break, and loves spending time at The Dance Club and teaching little ones to love dance as much as she does!

JAZZ

Tavia Orr Wade

Tavia started dancing at age 2 and hasn’t stopped since. She trained intensely in ballet, jazz, tap, musical theatre and competitive gymnastics.  She trained at both Diamond Talent Productions and Westside Studio. Tavia has been a part of numerous local and non local performing companies and groups. At age 14 she auditioned and attended a summer intensive at The Rock School in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  She trained for 6 weeks at The Rock School under well known ballet Masters. She also auditioned for and made the top levels in the following summer intensive training programs; American Ballet Theatre New York, School of American Ballet, and Joffrey Ballet. She received scholarships at the following conventions and workshops; CNADM, Joe Tremaine, Dance Utah, and Centerstage Summer Intensive. Tavia auditioned for and  performed in Odyssey Dance Theatre’s production of “Thriller.” When Tavia began high school she decided to put her gymnastics and dance training to use and tried out for cheerleading. She was Junior Varsity and Varsity captain while on the team which allowed her to choreograph several dances and routines. Tavia danced throughout high school on Westside Studio’s company “Prostreet.” Tavia also directed and organized a benefit concert for her niece who had recently been diagnosed with Leukemia in 2011. The concert brought dance companies from all over the community to dance together for a common cause. She was Desert Hills high School’s 2012 Dance Sterling Scholar and won the runner-up position at Region Sterling Scholar.  Most currently Tavia has been dancing at Brigham Young University as a Cougarette for three years. While dancing on the Cougarettes Tavia competed with her team at the Collegiate Daytona Beach Nationals where they won five national titles in three years . She is majoring in dance and loves spending her time learning about what she is most passionate about. Tavia has also been teaching dance and cheerleading since age 13 and finds great joy in working with students to help them progress and build self-confidence. Tavia also enjoys working with Special Needs kids. She volunteered at Raglan Coast Cheer for 5 years with a group of other individuals to teach a special needs cheerleading class that performed at many local events as well as competed at In-state competitions. She was also a choreographer for  “Cougarettes in Concert” 2015 and 2016. Tavia has extensive experience teaching Jazz, ballet, tumbling/acro, and tap. She loves interacting with others through dance and has enjoyed every second of the 9 years she has spent teaching so far.

 

 

JAZZ

Gabby Weber

Gabby began dancing at the age of three, and started training with the Dance Club at the age of 12 where she remained until graduating. She has trained in many styles including Jazz, Contemporary, Ballet, Hip Hop, Tap, Modern, and even some African and cultural genres. To further extend her training experience, Gabby attended summer intensive programs across the country including Ballet West, Houston Ballet, San Francisco Conservatory of Dance, Alonzo King Lines, and Complexions Contemporary Ballet. Competing and performing with her team at TDC brought some of her greatest memories and life-long friends, and they were often very successful through the hard work that the faculty and students put in. Gabby was able to earn many scholarship and convention titles at NYCDA, Jump, 24/7, Nuvo, Hollywood Vibe, etc. and has been grateful to be exposed to such incredible teachers and dancers at a young age and throughout her training. Gabby is now attending Brigham Young University on scholarship as a dance major, and is eager to continue learning and growing. She has begun to really love teaching, and hopes to be able to share her knowledge and love for dance with everyone she teaches.

JAZZ

Mckenzie Gibson

McKenzie Gibson was born and raised in Bountiful, Utah. McKenzie received a performance scholarship and obtained her BFA with an emphasis in Modern Dance at Utah Valley University in 2017. While at UVU she was a member of Synergy Dance Company (2014-2015) where they worked on creating their show “Accelerate.” In April of 2015, McKenzie represented UVU at the American College Dance Association in Colorado with Natosha Washington’s choreography "What Lies Beneath the Skin" with the Synergy Dance Company.  She continued to be a member of Synergy (2015-2016) for their show “Elevate,” where she choreographed her Modern piece “Bellicose”. During her senior year (2016-2017) she was a member of Contemporary Dance Ensemble under the direction of Monica Campbell as well as having the opportunity to participate in an internship with the Dance Department Chair, Doris Trujillo. She was also awarded the Award of Merit through the Dance Department (2017). McKenzie continues to teach at local studios and dance with local modern companies.

CONTEMPORARY

Ruger Memmott

Ruger,a current Russian language major at BYU, is trained in jazz, ballet, hip hop, ballroom, contemporary and tumbling. Earning The Dance Awards “Best Male Dancer” runner up in 2012, Ruger was a principal dancer in the movie “Dear Dumb Diary” as well as a guest performer on “Dancing With The Stars”. Other work includes the Ace Awards, Capezio’s 125th Anniversary, Dancing With The Stars tour, Jonah and the Great Fish, Usana industrials, Young Living Oils industrials, Outdoor Retailer’s performances, Nuskin industrials, and many more. Ruger currently teaches both hip hop and contemporary classes at The Dance Club.

JAZZ

Ashtyn Cook

I started my dancing career at the age of 3 in the Jazz I class here at The Dance Club.  I danced at The Dance Club for 14 years moving from Jazz I to senior company.  I have been on my high school dance team for 4 years, and was a company coordinator for the team.  I have a passion for dance, especially in hip hop and ballet.  I am so excited to be teaching here at The Dance Club where I started my dance career and be with all these great kids and teachers

TAP

Wendi Isaacson

Wendi Isaacson has been teaching and performing for over twenty years.  Her passion for dance grew while attending BYU, dancing with their folk and tap companies and serving as a teaching assistant. In her senior year she was one of three students representing BYU at the National Dance Festival in Tucson, Arizona. She graduated with University Honors in English and Dance Teaching.

She was a member of Foot Poetry Tap Ensemble for 7 years.

Wendi later taught dance at the middle and high school level and founded the Dance Makers Studio, becoming an award-winning choreographer.  Wendi is a highly sought-after teacher and is on tap faculty at Brigham Young University, The Dance Club, Center Stage, and Millennium Dance Complex SLC. She is faculty and assistant director for the Utah TapFest, and guest faculty at LV TapFest and Nashville Tap Experiment. Wendi is committed to teaching the highest level of technique, and inspiring her students to achieve personal bests every day.

TAP

Chante Stutznegger

Chante Sinclair Stutznegger started teaching dance at the age of 16 and has loved it ever since. She completed her dance training at various studios in Utah as well as the Broadway Dance Center in New York, NY. She loves all dance styles but specializes in tap and hip-hop. In 2005, Chante won a gold medal at the Junior Olympics in Power Tap and has taken home many national awards in Power tap and Rhythmic tap. She is currently the Choreographer for Nauvoo Productions, choreographing all of the shows in Nauvoo, IL for the LDS church. She is also the choreographer for Heritage Schools, The Fine Arts director at Maple Lake Academy and dance faculty at Brigham Young University. Chante loves to share her passion for dance with others and enjoys every moment of teaching at The Dance Club

TAP / JAZZ

Emilee Wright

Emilee has always loved to dance and to share her ability with others. She trained at various studios in Utah including The Dance Club, as well as spending time in New York and California to refine her talent. Emilee has a broad background in tap, jazz and ballet along with various world dance forms. She danced with the International Folk Dance Ensemble at Brigham Young University and later graduated in 2004 with a Bachelor of Arts. She now teaches jazz, tap and world dance at BYU and has choreographed for their Music, Dance and Theater program. She has been teaching dance for the past ten years and loves to teach all forms. She has also had the opportunity to choreograph for various performing groups, pageants, plays, competitions and festivals throughout the world. Emilee finds no greater pleasure than to teach someone to use their body for such a beautiful art form!

TAP

Wendi Isaacson

Wendi Isaacson has been teaching and performing for over twenty years.  Her passion for dance grew while attending BYU, dancing with their folk and tap companies and serving as a teaching assistant. In her senior year she was one of three students representing BYU at the National Dance Festival in Tucson, Arizona. She graduated with University Honors in English and Dance Teaching.

She was a member of Foot Poetry Tap Ensemble for 7 years.

Wendi later taught dance at the middle and high school level and founded the Dance Makers Studio, becoming an award-winning choreographer.  Wendi is a highly sought-after teacher and is on tap faculty at Brigham Young University, The Dance Club, Center Stage, and Millennium Dance Complex SLC. She is faculty and assistant director for the Utah TapFest, and guest faculty at LV TapFest and Nashville Tap Experiment. Wendi is committed to teaching the highest level of technique, and inspiring her students to achieve personal bests every day.

HIP HOP

Ramses Contreras

 

Ramses Contreras has been dancing for the entirety of his life. Starting with Tap at the age of six, he fell in love instantly. In the sixth grade, he took on Hip Hop and then continued to expand his dance training with Ballet, Jazz and Contemporary in the 9th grade. He trained at a competitive studio for six years where he choreographed his own solos that won many first place and overall high point awards. When his senior year came along, he attended Pioneer High School for the Performing Arts where he trained with Derryl Yeager, Janalyn Memmott, Mady Beighly, Tia Aiono and many other incredible teachers. Once graduated, he then joined Derryl Yeager's professional dance company, Odyssey Dance Theatre, wherewith he performed in their Thriller, Redux Nutcracker and Shut Up and Dance shows. Along with the shows, he toured in Germany with the company. He has been a member for two years. He now continues to train and to teach as much as he can and never plans on stopping.

HIP HOP

Kasia Lucas

 

Kasia Lucas was born in Nanjing, China and came to the United States at age three. Kasia learned dance through participating in cheerleading, ballroom dance, modern dance, and school musicals in high school. Kasia received a degree in Bachelor of Fine Arts emphasis in Modern Dance. In Fall 2015. Kasia was a member of Contemporary Dance Ensemble, the department’s pre-professional modern performing group, as well as, Mosaic Hip Hop Company team at Utah Valley University. She was a member of the Utah Valley University Synergy Dance Company Fall 2013-2014. As a member of these companies, Kasia has worked with nationally recognized artists, Doris Hudson de Trujillo, Sarah Donohue, Natalie Desch, and Tara McArthur. Kasia enjoys performing and is interested in teaching dance at a High School, joining a professional company as well as pursuing dance in the entertainment and television industries. Kasia states, “I’m thankful for my gift of dance. I don’t know what my life would have been like had I stayed in China, but I know it’s a privilege to live in this country where I can dream and become what I choose. Dance is a part of me; it enriches my life and it makes me happy. I will always have a passion for in dance.”

GYM

Tiera Orr

 

I competed in gymnastics for 11 years, ending my career as a level 9 gymnast. Gymnastics has always been a passion of mine, which is why I decided to continue teaching after my competing came to an end. I have been teaching gymnastics for 5 years now. I love seeing people develop and grow through gym, which the foundation of the sport really promotes.

 

GYM

Tavia Orr Wade

Tavia started dancing at age 2 and hasn’t stopped since. She trained intensely in ballet, jazz, tap, musical theatre and competitive gymnastics.  She trained at both Diamond Talent Productions and Westside Studio. Tavia has been a part of numerous local and non local performing companies and groups. At age 14 she auditioned and attended a summer intensive at The Rock School in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  She trained for 6 weeks at The Rock School under well known ballet Masters. She also auditioned for and made the top levels in the following summer intensive training programs; American Ballet Theatre New York, School of American Ballet, and Joffrey Ballet. She received scholarships at the following conventions and workshops; CNADM, Joe Tremaine, Dance Utah, and Centerstage Summer Intensive. Tavia auditioned for and  performed in Odyssey Dance Theatre’s production of “Thriller.” When Tavia began high school she decided to put her gymnastics and dance training to use and tried out for cheerleading. She was Junior Varsity and Varsity captain while on the team which allowed her to choreograph several dances and routines. Tavia danced throughout high school on Westside Studio’s company “Prostreet.” Tavia also directed and organized a benefit concert for her niece who had recently been diagnosed with Leukemia in 2011. The concert brought dance companies from all over the community to dance together for a common cause. She was Desert Hills high School’s 2012 Dance Sterling Scholar and won the runner-up position at Region Sterling Scholar.  Most currently Tavia has been dancing at Brigham Young University as a Cougarette for three years. While dancing on the Cougarettes Tavia competed with her team at the Collegiate Daytona Beach Nationals where they won five national titles in three years . She is majoring in dance and loves spending her time learning about what she is most passionate about. Tavia has also been teaching dance and cheerleading since age 13 and finds great joy in working with students to help them progress and build self-confidence. Tavia also enjoys working with Special Needs kids. She volunteered at Raglan Coast Cheer for 5 years with a group of other individuals to teach a special needs cheerleading class that performed at many local events as well as competed at In-state competitions. She was also a choreographer for  “Cougarettes in Concert” 2015 and 2016. Tavia has extensive experience teaching Jazz, ballet, tumbling/acro, and tap. She loves interacting with others through dance and has enjoyed every second of the 9 years she has spent teaching so far.

 

 

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IMPORTANT DATES:

 

Aug 20 - Fall Schedule Starts!

Aug 31-Sep 3 - STUDIO CLOSED!

Sep 4-6 - Entry Fee Deposit $ Due

Oct 18-22 - Fall Break...STUDIO CLOSED!

Jan 4-5 - Winter Dance Attack
         (Ex/Stars/JC/Co required)

PERFORMANCES / COMPETITIONS:

 

Nov 1-3 - Art With Heart
         (SB/Ex/Stars/JC/Co required)

TBA (Dec.) - Studio Christmas Concert
   (SB/Ex/Stars required /Jazz I optional)

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

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