THE DANCE COLLECTIVE
The Dance Collective offers a variety of ongoing classes in jazz, lyrical, ballet, pointe, tap, hip hop, technique, stretch and strengthening on a weekly basis. The Dance Collective is home to a regional and national award-winning team comprised of dancers. We have performed in regional and national competitions, philanthropic and community outreach programs, fund-raisers, banquets and assisted-living communities.
Our Competitive Dance Company is a nationally recognized, audition group that performs and competes outside our annual studio showcase. Our competitive dancers have received top honors at many competitions.
Our Competitive Dance Company is a nationally recognized, audition group that performs and competes outside of our studio performances. Our competitive dancers have received top honors at many competitions. These dancers also get the option to go to conventions and trainings all over the US. They have so much fun together and become a true family.
Auditions for Company are held in the spring after our annual dance showcase. Please contact us if you would like more information.
The Dance Collective has been a wonderful home for our teenager. They have welcomed Paxton into the studio in every aspect. She has been given the opportunity to dance in new environments and stay challenged every week in class. Miss Erika has made a wonderful home for the girls; an amazing space where they feel valued and appreciated for their gifts and love for dance. TDC is more than a dance studio, it’s a family. We appreciate TDC for welcoming us in with open arms.
The Bell Family
The Dance Collective is an extension of our family. In Summit County where you don’t always have the benefit of the family you were born into being close by it is a gift to have people to rely on like we do at the studio. From The Brenner’s to the dance instructors, to the other parents, there is always someone willing and wanting to help in any way they can. Delaney has gained so much in terms of life lessons on top of the actual dance technique that she is taught at the studio. It is a safe and collaborative space where the dancers’ input is valued, and they are appreciated for everything they bring to the table. Miss Erika keeps things fresh and exciting and challenges the dancers to be their best while also helping them to emphasize their individual strengths.
The Henning Family