A series of dance movements characterized or expressed by spontaneous direct feeling.
A dance in which the rhythm or rhythmical variations are audibly tapped out with the toe or heel by a dancer wearing shoes fitted with taps.
A classical dance form demanding grace and precision, employing formalized steps and gestures set in intricate flowing patterns to create expression through movement.
Delving into a contemporary style of dance which includes age appropriate upbeat music and break dancing movements.
The study of dance and music of popular culture emphasizing flexibility, strength, and style.
Learning techniques that are designed, adapted, and suited for stage performance.
Combination classes are fifty to ninety minutes long with the time divided equally amongst two or three different genres of dance.
Vocal training in a group or individually with the intention of performing songs as a trained singer or vocalist.
Musical Theater Classes at SSSPA bring together elements of singing, acting, and dancing to create a powerful theatrical experience. The focus is to strengthen each aspect by highlighting a diverse Broadway repertoire.