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Class Level Description
Classes offered this season
- Age 3-8 -
An introduction to movement for youngsters including tap, pre-ballet and tumbling. These lessons develop imagination, coordination and social skills through music, creative movement and fun.
PRESCHOOL Ages 3-4
An active exploration of ballet and tap dance with terminology and choreography. These lessons develop memory skills, muscle strength and lay a solid foundation for further dance studies and other physical activities.
COMBINATION Age 5-6
COMBINATION Age 7-8
- Age 8 and Up -
Classic dance form emphasizing line and poise. Taught to classical music and with a rich history, this beautiful art is about grace and strength. We offer 4 Levels of Ballet, each developing a different and more advanced understanding of the movement. Levels II-IV meet twice a week.
An advanced ballet technique using pointe shoes.
Level III-IV. Instructor invitation only.
POINTE / PRE-POINTE
A dynamic dance form focusing on sound, rhythm and music making with the feet. Great fun for any age! We offer 4 Levels of Tap, each developing a different and more advanced understanding of the movement.
A fun, fast paced dance genre combining stretching, turning and jumping in expressive, stylistic choreography. We offer 4 Levels of Jazz, each developing a different and more advanced understanding of the movement. All choreography is age appropriate.
A high energy, dynamic class of various styles of urban dance moves. Popping, Locking, Breaking, West Coast, East Coast, Krumping to name a few. Levels II and III are for the more advanced dancer. All choreography and movement is age appropriate. Come bust a move!
A free expressive style of dancing started in the early 20th century that focuses on the dancer's own interpretation of movement rather than structured steps, derived from the expressions of the dancer's feelings and impressions.
Join one of our companies if you are looking for a deeper way to focus on a particular area of the arts. Participation includes additional rehearsals, classes and performances. It requires a strong student commitment and has additional fees. Please contact us at 406.761.8876 for audition dates and further information.
In weekly lessons students learn all the basic skills used in Musical Theater: singing, movement and acting. They perform as part of the Miss Linda's Spring Production, but they also have their own show each year.
Act I Theatre Company
This group is the pre-professional training program for dancers wanting deeper training and preparation for a career in dance. This group performs throughout the year, competes and attends workshops and events throughout the region.