3-5 YEARS OLD

EXPERIENCE YOUR POTENTIAL. ACCOMPLISH YOUR DREAMS.

These classes are for the young one in your life that uses the coffee table as a stage and a hair brush as their microphone.  A child who is developing an interest in exploring performance and loves to move it-move it! Each student will be able to explore movement and creativity.  We know you can't wait to watch your little one dance around the room beaming with joy as they experience the art of expression & performance techniques.  

  

Classes Begin August 23rd, 2021

Full Year Registration August 2021-May 2022 

New Students are charged a Registration Fee of $40

TINY TWIRLS (3-5yrs)

$39/month + $40 Costume Rental Fee (per semester) + $40 New Student Reg. Fee

MONDAY 2:15-3:00PM

This class includes ballet, jazz, tumbling & music.  Students will be introduced to music & movement through fun upbeat activities.  Dress code for all classes found below.  Students will get to participate in an end-of-semester recital in December & May.  Students must be at least 3 by August 23rd. 

WHAT TO WEAR
to dance class

WHAT TO WEAR

Students are expected to wear dance clothes to movement classes and rehearsals. 

Girls should wear a leotard(black or pink), tights (optional) ballet skirt (black or pink) or dance shorts(black), or black leggings.

Boys should wear a black shirt and black shorts.

Hair should be pulled back away from the face, no jewelry.

 

For students to experience their greatest potential in these classes,

proper shoes are essential they will need to bring:

Jazz Shoes (Tan Prefered or Black) 

Ballet Slippers

TESTIMONIALS

We love Backstage Performing Arts!! My 5 year old has taken dance there since she was 3. I love how they teach proper technique and take the time to make sure they do it right, even for the little ones. I highly recommend Backstage Performing Arts!!

-Aleesha M.

My daughter has loved the young jazz class. She is little and hasn't been in a dance class before, but Shelby was able to help keep both fun and structure in the class and I really appreciated that. When we went to the final recital, I was blown away.

-Rosalie L.