Ballroom Revolution's certified instructors teach adults and kids that it's easy to dance the ballroom styles. They believe anyone can master ballroom, which they prove during private and group lessons where students grow in grace and confidence. To enhance the self-confidence that pupils earn in lessons, the studio also hosts dance parties where fancy-footed prodigies socialize and show off their moves.
The experienced professional instructors at Dance Pointe teach the art of dance and the joy of movement to students of all ages. Choose from classes in ballet, tap, Broadway, funky chicken, hip-hop, tumbling, or modern dance. The studio offers combination classes for teeny tiny tots who need a basic introduction to rhythm. Advanced-level classes are also available, but the school requires previous instruction, an evaluation, and a recitation of the alphabet backward before students will be admitted. Classes are scheduled once a week, making this deal good for four classes, or just enough time to perfect each move of "YMCA." If students want to take more than one class per week, they can apply the $50 to their total.
Students at Dance Dynamics, a registered member of the Canadian Dance Federation, may recognize the director, Herb Clarke. The veteran dance teacher and Dance Saskatchewan board of directors member has starred in his own teaching series on Shaw Cable and has appeared alongside Juliet Prowse on PBS’s Championship Ballroom Dancing. He harnesses his fleet-footed expertise and choreography experience to lead students of all skill levels through lessons in a variety of dance styles, such as rumba, salsa, swing, and waltz. In doing so, Clarke and his teaching staff help students reap the benefits of dance, such as stress relief, weight loss, and the ability to summon Fred Astaire by whispering his name into a candlelit mirror.
Each of the camp instructors at Jenks Dance Academy boasts more than a decade of experience, their seasoned skills leading three programs that fill little ones' summers with dance basics, energetic tunes, and glitzy crafts. Princess Camp hosts preschoolers adorned in their fanciest dance duds as they twirl around the studio, pausing their pliés long enough to fashion such frippery as tiaras, magic wands, and frogs clad in miniature crowns. On Friday, moms can join their royal offspring for a mother-daughter tea party. American Girl Doll Camp lets miniature friends tag along to the party, where they can silently but happily observe their human siblings learning dance routines and playing musical games. Girls can turn their dolls into tiny twins with crafts such as matching sets of necklaces and hair bows, providing a convenient double to blame the next time the cat gets dyed pink.
Ovations offers classes for children age 18 months toadults. We offer a wide range of class options from beginner to highly competitive.Ovations commits to providing age appropriate, innovative curriculum taught by technically trained instructors.
Founded in 1985, Theatre Arts, Inc. has continued to honor its core mission of supplying Oklahomans with performance education and opportunities. Within a 7,900-square-foot facility, students train tapping toes in more than 10 styles of dance—including tap, jazz, and hip-hop—and channel their inner thespian in acting classes or private lessons that focus on both improvisation and script work. Private instruction and classes also accommodate vocalists who receive personalized tips on stage presence from the faculty and practice harmonizing by singing duets with humming radiators. Numerous alumni have harnessed their training into careers, working locally and nationally on television and Broadway, and two—Lauren Nelson and Shawntel Smith—have gone on to become Miss America.