#AWIPYearFive: Creative+Classical Dance

One of the primary goals of A Work in Progress from the outset was to create an environment where students could explore the arts without the pressures that other larger studios/theatre companies have. Many dance students have come to us over the years, wanting to take dance classes without the added stress of large recitals, expensive costumes, and multiple late afternoon/evening classes. Our instructors are professionally trained and highly acclaimed, with experience in all areas of dance. Your beginner student will feel welcomed, and your intermediate or advanced student will be challenged.

Classical Ballet (ages 4-12)

Students in Classical Ballet classes will learn alignment fundamentals and ballet basics. In a nurturing and fun environment, students will work on technique, physical awareness and discipline. This training will impact them for years to come as they learn self-control, poise, and grow in strength.  They will also be taught a dance which will be performed at the end of the session (in the fall), and will be a part of the Junior Production of “Narnia” in the spring. Classes will be taught by Bailey Tolliver.

Creative Dance (ages 4-12)


Our Creative Dance classes will encourage children to have fun, be confident, and use their imaginations while learning beginner jazz steps and acrobatic skills. Students will build on their flexibility, balance, strength, and memorization. They will also be taught a dance which will be performed at the end of the session (in the fall), and will be a part of the Junior Production of “Narnia” in the spring.  All classes taught by Danielle Chace.


 

Bailey Tolliver

All of these classes meet for 8 weeks in the fall and 12 weeks in the spring, on Tuesdays. Students love Danielle and Bailey! These classes have only a few spaces left for the fall, which begins in two weeks.

There is also a COMBO option, where you save money for registering f

Danielle Chace

or both Classical and Creative.

For more information and to register, click here!

 

 

 

For information on our other course offerings, click here! There’s still space in a few classes for the fall.

If you have any questions, please contact us.

 

See you soon,

Jen Roca, for all of us at AWIP

 

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