Without extracurricular activities, children will take up sedentary pastimes, such as playing video games or baseball. Get them up and moving with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $82 for a five-day Pirouette camp (a $235 value)
- $106 for a five-day Acro, hip-hop, or beginner/intermediate camp (a $305 value)
- $171 for a five-day full-day, ballet, or intermediate/advanced camp (a $490 value)
Students engage in different forms of creative movement during five-day camps divided by age and skill level. Pirouette camps introduce children aged 3–4 to such popular dance styles as ballet, tap, and jazz. The beginner/intermediate camp encompasses ballet, tap, jazz, hip-hop, and lyrical dance, whereas the intermediate/advanced camp covers the same styles for students who take at least two hours of dance lessons per week during the school year. During full-day sessions, campers aged 5–12 cover creative basics in dance, acrobatics, drama, music, and movement. The staff recommends that kids bring a lunch and snack each day and leave their second left foot at home. See class times and dates here.
Studio L Dance Co.
Skilled dancers Kelley and Danielle Larkin draw on their experiences grooving for the likes of Stevie Wonder, Mariah Carey, Vanessa Williams, performing on Broadway, America's Got Talent, and Dance Moms, and choreographing for films as they preside over the staff at Studio L Dance Co. In a 10,000-square foot studio, the movement gurus guide Pavlovas-in-training from their first pirouettes to their mastery of balancing on pointe shoes. Jazz, tap, hip-hop, and lyrical dance headline the class schedule, and the instructors focus their lessons on terminology, technique, and combinations to create well-rounded dancers. They also cater to young men with boys-only classes and run open adult classes that focus on how to pop and lock while filing taxes.