Beginner/Advanced Beginner – Ages 8-13 – Mondays 6:30 – 8:00 PM
Beginner/Advanced Beginner Class – $75/month ($60/month if student is also enrolled in our Pre-Professional curriculum)
Dress Code: Leotards, jazz pants, camisole, dance shorts. Black jazz shoes and black tap shoes (oxford lace up style). Hair must be pulled off face.
Musical Theater classes are intended to prepare students for the audition to performance path they’ll need to follow in order to be successful while pursuing musical theater – whether it is a local school production, Community Theater, or beyond. They are also meant for the person who simply enjoys the ‘song and dance’ style of performing!
Students will be educated in the various styles of Broadway choreographers. The class will incorporate 45 minutes of Musical Theater jazz and 45 minutes of Tap relative to Musical Theater.
Boys Class (Boys are tuition free)
Teen Ballet & Tap Class
Adult Ballet/Open Classes
Adult/Open Ballet is a class designed for adults with some previous ballet training. The class combines barre, center, and across the floor exercises to provide adults with a stress-free challenging ballet workout.
Four six week sessions this season (Class Time: Thursdays – 7:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.):
- October 6 – November 10
- January 12 – February 16
- March 2 – April 6
- April 20 – May 25
$60 for 6 class session; $50 for 6 class session for PRB parents and/or alumni. $15/class for drop ins. Minimum 4 students enrolled before the beginning of the session for the class to be held.
TUITION POLICIES (Musical Theater students)
Tuition for classes at Pennsylvania Regional Ballet is due and payable by the last day of each month (August through May). A $25.00 nonrefundable Registration Fee is due at the beginning of each year. In addition, a $75.00 Summer Concert Costume Fee is due in February. No tuition deduction or allowance will be made due to the absence, withdrawal, or dismissal of the student. Tuition is not transferable and is non-refundable unless withdrawal is due to prolonged illness or injury verified by a doctor’s note. Missed classes due to illness or holidays can be made up in a lower level class other than the student’s regular class during the same semester in which the class was missed.