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Adult Tap

Level 1           Wednesday 8:15-9:00pm         9 week session (April 3 – May 29)          $121.50
*Level 1 is for the absolute beginner student! 

Level 3           Wednesday 9:00-10:00pm         8 week session (April 10 – May 29)          $144.00
*Level 3 is for students with advanced level tap experience!

Adult Conditioning

All Levels           Tuesday 7:45-8:30pm          9 week session (April 2 – May 28)          $121.50

Adult Ballet

Level 1          Tuesday 6:45-7:45pm          9 week session (April 2 – May 28)          $162.00
*Level 1 is for the true beginner level student. 

Level 2          Tuesday 8:30-9:30pm        9 week session (April 2 – May 28)          $162.00
*Level 2 is for students who have limited experience but are not true beginners. 

Level 3/4          Thursday 8:45-9:45pm          9 week session (April 4 – May 30)          $162.00
*Level 3/4 is for students that have an extensive background in ballet or have studied at the Intermediate/Advanced level.

Adult Contemporary

Level 1/2           Thursday 5:45-6:45pm          4 week session (May 9 – May 30)          $72.00
*Level 1/2 is for students who are beginners or have limited experience in contemporary/modern dance.

This is my first year at CSD—a very oldie in the adult tap. I just wanted to tell you how much I loved the Humanities Theatre show. I love dance, and I teared up several times during the performance. What splendid choreography and accomplishments from the students, and such creativity and dedication from the teachers. It was all so moving for me.  One of my favorite moments was the time you took naming the students with perfect attendance. It’s so very classy to take dance as seriously as it should be taken—and to set that bar and example for the students and parents, and all with love. Thank you!!  You’ll never manage to get me dancing like Savion Glover, but I’m taking great pleasure in the attempt. Many, many thanks for your work. 

– Susan Bryant