A married couple's first dance as man and wife should be flawless, much like an engagement diamond or your roommate's screenplay, Death Be Not Fun. Fade in on fancy footwork with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $35 for five classes for teens or adults (a $110 value)
- $49 for one month of unlimited classes for teens or adults (a $250 value)
Morning, afternoon, and evening classes cover such styles as hip-hop, jazz, tap, fitness, and ballet for beginners. See the summer schedule; a new class schedule will be offered in the fall.
Park Cities Dance
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat is just one of the Broadway credits on Jacqueline Porter's resume. A dancer-actress-CEO triple threat, Jacqueline has graced the stage for more than 25 years, performing in New York and on tour. Today, she draws on her extensive experience to teach students at Park Cities Dance, which she founded after relocating to Dallas in 2008. Just as hands instinctively clap during the entirety of Independence Day, feet instinctively glide across the floor during informative classes, which cover styles such as ballroom dance, Zumba, musical theatre, and ballet, among many others. In addition to weekly classes, Park Cities Dance frequently hosts workshops as well as a roster of guest artists whose past experts have included contemporary dancer Drew Jacoby and Broadway superstar Elizabeth Parkinson, who received a 2003 Tony Award nomination.
Park Cities Dance
Although breathtaking dance sequences sometimes feel like the domain of Broadway musicals or bygone ballrooms, they're alive and well at Park Cities Dance. The studio hosts a full range of traditional dance classes, with instructors teaching feet the moves from jazz, musical theatre, and ballroom traditions. However, the devotion to dance isn't simply an artistic one. Park Cities Dance also schedules Ballet Burn fitness classes, helping exercisers get in shape like the dancers they admire. Invented by former international touring dancer Margot Martin, the workouts blend elements of yoga, Pilates, plyometrics, and other cardio techniques with movements pulled straight from the ballet playbook. The result is an exercise system that burns fats and adds stamina, agility, and muscle tone without the bulk associated with weights and strength training.
7979 Inwood Rd.
Dallas, Texas 75209