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Hi DCG dancers and parents, I am sorry to announce that due to the rainy conditions Wake Forest University and DCG have decided to CANCEL this evening’s Teen Beach Production performance at the women’s soccer game. We are working on re-scheduling this performance and will keep you posted! Enjoy your Sunday afternoon and try to […]
Monday, September 7th, 2015! The Dance Center of Greensboro is closed for classes and rehearsals in observance of Labor Day! Have a great long weekend and we will see you back in your regularly scheduled classes and rehearsals tomorrow!
A “Charley horse” is an involuntary muscle spasm that does not relax. Dancers tend to get them in their arches, hamstrings and calves. Dehydration, increased intensity, and returning from a break are some of the common causes. Stretching, massaging, and rolling on a foam roller or tennis ball will help to relax the muscle. If […]
What our faculty is saying:
“The Dance Center of Greensboro doesn’t just teach dancing. It creates dancers!”
“Being a professional dancer was an important experience in my life that led me to open The Dance Center of Greensboro’s doors to a new generation of dancers. I could not be more proud of The Dance Center of Greensboro’s community, whose hard work and commitment continuously inspires me to produce the best dance educational program possible.”- Jeanne Alala
The Dance Center of Greensboro offers the highest quality of dance education through standardized curriculum taught by professional dancers. We provide multiple performance opportunities for dancers and tumblers including our annual Wake Forest University half-time shows, annual Nutcracker ballet performance, national ballet examinations, competitive dance teams, and our Spring recitals.
Our Dance Instructors offer their professional career experience including: Broadway, National and International Broadway Tours, Walt Disney World (Orlando), Tokyo Disneyland, National award winning dancers and National award winning choreographers. Our Director, Jeanne Alala, is a certified and accredited member of Dance Masters of America, Inc., a non-profit National Dance Education Program for teaching correct technique in Ballet, Tap, Jazz and Tumbling. Mrs. Alala has over 30 years experience within the DMA Educational Program as a student that received several National DMA Dance Titles and Scholarships and as an instructor that has passed each of the teacher examinations with an average grade of 99% and qualifying for certification into the program. Additionally, Mrs. Alala has recently been invited to teach Master Ballet Classes within the CDMA dance educational programs. (Please see Faculty Biographies for professional experience)
We are so excited to offer an environment with faculty that nurture, inspire and educate. Our teachers have the knowledge and experience in many styles of dance and are here to celebrate & share the joy and happiness that dance has brought into each of our lives. Dance is an art which knows no boundaries. Dance creates inspiration while it grows and flourishes by touching our lives. Dance promotes happiness, tells stories, provides valuable life lessons and most importantly touches our hearts and souls.