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The Adult Program



The Adult classes at The Performing Arts Center are open to any dancer starting from 16 years old. As with all of our classes and each artist put in our care, our collective desire is to not only conduct a superb class but, by putting the student first, both challenge and nurture each artist as they seek to develop all of their potential. As we have the tremendous fortune to have a staff of working professional Dancers and Director/Choreographers, we pledge that for any artist who is serious about their craft, we will do all we can to insure that each takes the next step on their artistic journey.



Level Breakdown of Adult Program


Ballet:


Ballet Basics:

Very Beginning Level:
designed for dancers with no previous ballet training.

Ballet I:

Beginning Level:
designed for dancers with some knowledge of basic ballet terms and technique.

Ballet I-II:

Adv. Beginning
/ Beg. Intermediate Level:
designed for dancers with a basic understanding of ballet technique.

Ballet II:

Intermediate Level:

designed for dancers interested in improving their technique and expanding their ballet vocabulary as well as for more advanced dancers desiring to stay in shape.



Jazz:

Jazz I:

Very Beginning Level:
designed for dancers
with no previous jazz training.

Jazz I- II:

Beginning Level:
designed for dancers with some knowledge and basic understanding of jazz technique and style.

Jazz II:

Beginning Intermediate;/ Intermediate Level:
designed for dancers interested in expanding their jazz vocabulary while improving their style and technique as well as for more advanced dancers desiring to stay in shape


Jazz II- II:

Intermediate / Beginning Advanced Level:
designed for dancers interested in expanding their jazz vocabulary while improving their style and technique as well as for more advanced dancers desiring to stay in shape.


Jazz III:

Advanced Level:
Professional Level.





Modern:

Modern:

Adv. Beginning / Intermediate Level:
designed for dancers interested in improving their technique and expanding their modern vocabulary as well as for more advanced dancers desiring to stay in shape.




Tap:

Tap Basics:

Very Beginning Level:
designed for dancers with no previous tap training.

Tap I:

Beginning Level:
designed for dancers with some knowledge and understanding of basic tap technique.



Tap II:

Intermediate Level:
designed for dancers interested in improving their technique and expanding their tap vocabulary as well as for more advanced dancers wanting to stay in shape.





Hip -Hop

Hip –Hop I:

Beginning Level:
designed for dancers
with no previous hip-hop training.

Hip Hop II:

Adv. Beginning / Intermediate Level:
designed for dancers interested in improving their technique and expanding their hip-hop vocabulary as well as for more advanced dancers desiring to stay in shape.




Additional Classes:

Heels:

Beginning Level:
designed for dancers 16 years or older desiring to learn the basic technique of dancing in heels.

Salsa:

Open Level:
designed for anyone desiring to learn Latin partnering technique.

Shabba -Doo
Performance Workshops:


Open Level:
Learn the techniques of Lockin’ and Shway from one of the originators of and creators of these styles.