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For 12 years we have worked to bring our students the highest quality dance and movement training in the area, and our 2018-2019 season is no exception. With a full faculty of Master Dance Educators who are active professional artists within the field, carrying Bachelors and Masters Degrees in Dance, Choreography, and Performance, and Certifications as Dance Educators and Movement Analysts from the top programs, schools, and companies throughout the country, along with our National Standards for Dance Education based curriculum, our classes and programs continue to be unmatched. Whether you are a recreational dancer or a professional-track developing artist, we can and will take you where you want to be. Now is the time to check out what Project C can do for you!

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Spring Semester 2019 Schedule

2018-2019 Tuition Rates & Policy

2018-2019 Break & Event Schedule

Adult Recreational & Professional Classes

Class Descriptions

Dress Code

Registration Forms

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In an effort to provide our students greater training and performance opportunities, the upcoming dance season is divided into two 18-week semesters, each culminating in a final performance.

Dancers participating in our Fall Semester, which runs September 4, 2018 through January 19, 2019, will then share their work at our informal in-house Winter Concerts on January 25 at 7pm and 26 at 2pm and 7pm. Each of the three shows will be a different offering, consisting of different class performances (each class’ performance day and time will be released early in the Fall Semester). Costumes will be dancer’s regular attire specified by color and style so as not to add extra cost to families. Dancers participating in our Spring Semester, which runs February 4, 2019 through June 8, 2019, will then present their work as always in our full-production Annual Dance Concert at the Scott Center Theatre at Carroll Community College on Friday, June 14 at 7pm and Saturday, June 15 at 2pm.

With this two-semester organization, dancers have the flexibility to register for one semester or both, as well as add or change classes or advance in level mid-season with ease. It is our hope that this will better serve our current and growing student body and their endeavors within their dance training, as well as in other areas!