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$25/each, non-refundable, plus $25 per recital tee (non-refundable.
tickets are available at the studio on Ticket Day, Sunday, April 19, 2015, through June 1, for $12 each, or for $15 each at the door. (Tickets are non-refundable after June 1, 2015).
10 monthly payments by ACH Debit from your checking account
No service fee; credit card account number must be provided and will be kept on file as backup; you may choose either the 5th or the 15th of each month for the withdrawal.
10 monthly payments by credit card
Please Note: Accounts using a credit card for payment will be charged a $5.00 per month service fee; Cards accepted: Visa, MasterCard, Discover; processed on the 5th of each month for the withdrawal.
One-time only full payment due by first class
A seasonal fee will be established based on the total number of classes taken by each family and the total number of costumes required. All initial payments are due by the first class. For administrative efficiency, no exceptions will be made. Students may not begin classes until all tuition and costume payment arrangements have been finalized. You may choose from the following payment options:
September 1st and February 1st.
Extra Registration Fee
Dance Education Fee
Fee: Each family will be assessed $1 per month for our Dance Education Newsletters and Events throughout the season.
Will be processed immediately and pro-rated.
By verbal request in person, or via telephone. Requests must be made prior to the first of the next billing month. Any requests received after the first of the month will be processed in the next billing period.
Credit will not be given for any classes missed. Make-up classes may be arranged at the instigation of the dancer or his/her family.
2014 - 2015 Seasonal Tuition Per Class
1/2 Hour class
3/4 Hour class
1 Hour class
1-1/4 Hour class
1-1/2 Hour class
2 Hour class
$600.00 (per season)
Leaps and Turns
$250.00 (per season)
$250.00 (per season)
1/2 Hour Private
$25.00 (30 min per session)
$15.00 (per class)
$5.00 (30 min per class - Every 5th class is Free)
Jazz/Tap Line Tuition
See Page 6 of Handbook for more info.
$60.00 (per line spread over January & February)
Line Costume Fees
Add spread over January & February.
Team Competitive Dance Tuition
Team Competitive Dance participation requires core classes, Team classes, choreography rehearsals, commitment fees, competition fees. Please contact the office for more information.
Zumba Fitness Tuition
Adults & Ages 14+ may purchase a Zumba Punch Card that allows them to take class at any time, and to pay only for classes taken. Cards have no expiration date.
Recital Costume Fees
Deposit for all dancers
Non-refundable after December 31, 2014. There is a cancellation fee of $25/costume. Non-returnable after receipt. Exchangeable for size. Any additional fees will be due at time of notice. Costume payments will be spread over the months from Sept. - Jan. Note: If an account is not current for costume payments as of December 2, 2014, costumes will not be ordered for those dancers. Client assumes the risk of costumes not shipping in time for Picture Day and/or Dress Rehearsals and Recitals for any orders placed after the primary order in December.
$75.00 (per student per class)
Level 1 Hip Hop classes wear custom-designed tee shirts
with the bottom of their jazz costume.
$25.00 (per tee shirt)
Boys' costumes are often separates and, therefore, subject to market price.
We will endeavor to secure the most economical, yet appropriate, costumes for our male dancers.
For tickets purchased on Ticket Day, seat selection will be on a first come/first serve basis.
If a client has no preferences for seats, they may turn in their ticket request form prior to Ticket Day, and still receive the advanced purchase price.
Core Technique & Performance Classes
We offer a variety of dance techniques for ages 3 to adult
at all levels, ranging from beginner through adult. Classes are available for boys and girls, men and women. Our experienced and dedicated senior faculty and office staff will evaluate your dancer to determine the best placement for her or him.
Our primary season is September through June
culminating with our annual recitals. Enrollment for performance classes (excludes adult classes) is accepted through January.
Get Fit and Have Fun with Zumba
Center Stage Dance offers Zumba Fitness classes for both kids and adults.
fun - and effective - fitness class incorporates Latin rhythms, hip hop moves and get-you-moving Salsa and Merengue dance tunes, designed to work every part of your body and rev you up with a full aerobic workout! Dance training is not required, but our licensed Zumba® instructors are also trained dance teachers who can help you get the most from these fun, easy-to-do routines.
All Zumba Classes are drop-in
come when you can, come when you feel like it... or come when you want to feel great!.
ages 14 to adult. Part of our Adult Dance/Fitness Program. Participants may purchase a Punch Card, which allows them to take any class at any time, and to pay only for classes taken. Cards have no expiration date. Pre-registration is not required. Private Adult Group classes also available. Handbook Drop-ins also welcome, $15/class.
Designed exclusively for kids, Zumba for Kids classes combine specially choreographed, kid-friendly routines with music kids love.
Parents love the effects it has on kids, increasing their focus and self-confidence, boosting metabolism and enhancing coordination. Every 5th class is FREE
$5.00 (per 30 min. class)
2014 Fall Zumba for Kids Fitness Schedule
Saturday - Zumba (ages 4 - 13)
Time: 11:00-11:30 am; Instructor: Jess.
Center Stage Dance Team News & Events
Team Mission Statement
To provide the opportunity to travel to area competitions and conventions to perform specially choreographed pieces for the purpose of expanding their dance experience through exposure to new teachers and choreographers, assessment by a neutral panel of judges, and observation of dance teams of similar and differing age groups as a means of assessing their own levels and expertise; our focus is on the educational component.
Wicked Weekend TEAM Intensives - Mandatory Attendance
Weekend rehearsals (either Friday, Saturday, or Sunday) will be held in October, November, December, January, and February to polish our competitive pieces. Dates will be confirmed after the fall season begins and will reflect consideration of a TEAM members' schedules.
Open Summer classes
in July and August include Ballet, and Tap for ages 5-11. "Let's Hear it For yhe Boys", our exclusive mixed technique class for boys only. Preschool/ Kinderdance (combination class of tap and ballet) for ages 3-5 and adult classes in ballet, tap, and jazz/hip hop, and Zumba. Dancers purchase Dance Bucks for the number of classes they wish to attend. Minimum purchase is three Dance Bucks. *Note- Dance bucks are redeemable for summer classes only. Registration through the studio, Northville Parks and Recreation.
Summer Classes 7+
Summer Classes ages 12+
Boys Summer Classes
Northville Parks and Recreation Classes
Begins Thursday, September 18, 2014 and ends Friday, December 12, 2014 (12 weeks). Note:Closed Thursday, October 31, for Halloween and Thursday & Friday, November 27 & 28, 2014 for Thanksgiving.
Begins Monday, January 5, 2015 and ends Saturday, March 28, 2015. (12 weeks).
through the Northville Parks & Recreation departments is required for these classes.
2014 - 2015 Northville Parks & Rec Schedule
Monday - Preschool 3-5
Tuesday - Preschool 3-5
Thursday - Preschool 3-5
Thursday - Preschool 3-5
Friday - Preschool 3-5
Tuesday - Hip Hop 5-9
Thursday - Ballet 5-9
Wedding Dance Choreography and Practice
Bring us your wedding song and we'll choreograph and teach you a dance for your special day. Bring the whole wedding party! We recommend a minimum of three half hour lessons. Sessions may be booked back to back to accommodate busy schedules. Please bring the shoes you will wear at the wedding.
$25.00 (per session (30 minutes) per couple)
Birthday, Hip Hop, and Zumba Parties
The studio is available for birthday parties, hip hop parties or other special celebrations and we'll help you throw the best party you've ever had! We supply pizza, cupcakes, a special gift for the birthday child and goodie bags for the guests. You sit back and have all the fun! Contact the Office for costs and available times.
PreSchool (ages 3-5) and Kinderdance (ages 5-6)
formerly known as Rhythm this syllabus serves our youngest dancers, ages 3-6. We've identified similar fine and gross motor skill development, attention spans, and social skills and grouped these dancers as follows: 3-4 year olds, 4-5 year olds, 5-6 year olds. As part of our assessment of your child's placement, we may ask the following questions: does your dancer have any siblings? older or younger? has your dancer been involved in any other programs that were directed without the presence of the parent? has your dancer taken any other dance classes? The answers to these questions assist us in creating classes that are progressive and successful for both the student and the instructor. Although all PreSchool/Kinderdance classes are a combination of ballet and tap, each different age group has a defined focus. Our 3-4 year olds are still very self-centered and team-building activities play a large part in their development. Our 4-5 year olds have begun to view the world beyond their own line of sight and their attention spans and gross motor skills are more within their control. Their syllabus includes an increase in tap and ballet vocabulary and skill development and more complicated (but still age appropriate!) instructions as to use of the barre and floor, and longer combinations. The 5-6 year olds are bursting with social needs! We continue with more development of tap and ballet vocabulary, we include some jazz movement in anticipation of their jump to jazz as first graders, include some props and the like in their combinations, and begin to educate them on dance class etiquette.
the most important class for any dancer (or athlete!) for its natural attention to discipline, flexibility, grace, body awareness, and strength and stamina. We teach the classic Russian syllabus for ages 6+. Students will be exposed to age appropriate material determined by physical and emotional development. Barre, center, and across the floor exercises will support the choreography given to the dancers for their performance pieces. Ballet vocabulary, in French, is used exclusively. This technique will act as the strong basis for all other forms your dancer may choose to study. Students are grouped as follows: Level 1 (ages 6-9), Level 2 (ages 9+), Level 3 (ages 10+), levels 4, 5, 6,(company level classes based on skill). Dancers should expect to train in a particular level for a minimum period of two years.
Pointe and Pre-Pointe
An advanced level of ballet for dancers ages 12+. Students are assessed by their ballet instructors as to readiness. Pre-pointe barres are attached to ballet classes from the level 3 classes and higher. These classes prepare the dancer for the rigors of pointe by focusing on development of the bottom of the foot, their increased awareness of center, and overall body control. Instruction includes the how-tos of fitting a pointe shoe, the correct method of tying pointe shoe ribbons, and sewing ribbons and elastics on to ballet slippers and pointe shoes. All students must be enrolled in a ballet technique class to participate in a pointe or pre-pointe program.
both classic (up on the balls of the feet) and rhythm (down low into the floor, often with a full foot) styles are taught. Barre (for our younger dancers), center, and across the floor exercises are designed to train the ear as well as reach the ultimate goal of speed and clarity of sound. Many exercises are executed a cappella (no music) to help teach the dancers the importance of listening to the other feet around them, which enhances musicality (the skill of 'hearing' the music). Tap is introduced to our youngest of dancers (ages 3-6) as part of a combination class, and then offered as a core class for ages 6+.
The most American of dance forms, jazz steals its language from ballet. Its turns, connecting steps, runs, walks, leaps and jumps are presented in parallel position as opposed to its cousins in ballet who work turned out, but share many of the same tenants; long, stretched positions, lifted upper bodies. Additional differences include tempos, isolations of the head, shoulders, hips, and ribs, and more rigid positions of the arms and hands. We offer beginning jazz to students ages 6-9 (level 1), ages 9+ (level 2), ages 10+ (level 3), levels 4, 5, 6,(company level classes based on skill). Dancers should expect to train in a particular level for a minimum period of two years.
the new kid on the block! Lyrical is a combination of jazz and ballet movement (parallel and turned out) with an emphasis on telling the story of the music, describing the lyrics with our bodies. Dancers must be simultaneously enrolled in a ballet technique class, as the balletic quality of lyrical choreography is very evident. This class is offered to dancers at level 1 and higher.
has been in the streets since the late 1970s but wasn't mainstream until the boy bands of the 90s and MTV got a hold of it. Incorporating the tempo of jazz as well as its jumps, turns, and flexibility requirements, hip hop has its own look. Very low and deep into the shoes and floor, often with a hunched upper body, hip hop calls for severe hip, rib, shoulder, and head isolations. Complicated arm and hand movements are its signature as well as multiple isolations and movements within a single note. A jazz technique class taken simultaneously is a requirement. Level 1 classes are attached to the back end of jazz classes and are choreography only. levels 2,3, and older levels are separate classes that address a more complicated syllabus for their added physical maturity and awareness.
a fitness class using Latin, hip hop and other get-you-moving music and incorporating some Latin movement including Salsa, Merenge, Cumbia, and Raggaeton.