Young Dancers Company

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Frequently asked Audition Questions:

What should I wear?

Dancers should wear their regular dance attire to the audition and bring all of their dance shoes. Hair should be pulled back and out of your face. 

Do I need to have something prepared?

No. A warm-up will be given and then material will be taught in class.

When do I find out the results?

Dancers will be emailed the afternoon of Thursday May 27th and then can pick up their Company packet that evening or on Friday May 28th.

When do we begin?

The first student/parent/directors Company meeting will take place on Tuesday. June 1st at 6:30pm at the Studio.

​​YDC is part of the pre-professional training program at Miss Linda’s School of Dance. Begun 38 years ago as

Miss Linda’s Performing Troupe, this group prepares students for professional work in the arts industry.

- Studio   To   Stage -

Meet The Team

Director, Linda Fuller

Director, Sarah Dassinger

This group has a long history of excellence and recognition including multiple national titles and awards. Alumni from this program have gone on to be part of university dance teams and professional dance and theater companies. They have worked throughout the business as casting agents, directors, backstage crew, musicians and performers in film and television. We are also proud to say previous dancers are now lawyers, business men and women, educators, parents and much more.



YDC has company class and rehearses during the week as part of the regular class schedule at Miss Linda’s. They learn choreography and movement creation in several forms and work in all genres of dance including ballet, jazz, flamenco, hip-hop, modern and tap. Dancers compete at 3-4 events, attend 4-5 workshops, have photo shoots, and perform throughout the year at venues across the region from conventions and community outreach to fully staged shows through Miss Linda’s and other production companies.

YDC will play an integral role in the spring production. It is a fun and busy season. Students take a required number of dance classes each week as part of their technical training. Strong participant commitment is expected. There are additional fees.