Dance at the Goose Creek Recreation Complex!       

Cost for 12-week session:  $150R/$165NR   no payment plans offered

Instructed by:  Theresa Griffith and her staff.  Theresa is the owner of Top Cheer Talent, Cheer/Dance Choreographer and Cheer Coach at Charleston Southern University. Theresa has over 17 years of cheer/dance experience.

Monday, September 12 – December 5th  (no class October 31st)

  • 4 – 4:50 pm     Ballet/Tap Ages 3-5    

  • 5-5:50  pm       Ballet/Tap Ages 3-5   Starts Monday, September 19th

  • 6-6:50 pm        Cheer Dance Ages 3-5  

  • 7-7:50 pm        Cheer Dance Ages 6-11    

Wednesday, September 14 – December 7th  (no class November 23)

  • 4 -4:50 pm       Ballet ages 6 – 11

  • 5-5:50 pm        Ballet/Jazz/Lyrical ages 6 – 11

 

Ballet/Tap for ages 3-5: 

Introduction to ballet and tap fundamentals and movement.

Dance Attire: Pink tights and a leotard (skirts are optional) with pink ballet slippers and black tap shoes. Hair bun or ponytail.

Cheer/dance description:  

Dancers will learn the basics of cheer motions and dances, facial expressions, and a little bit of sass.

Cheer/dance attire: Clothes that are easy to move in but will not get in the way:  t-shirts, athletic shorts, and leggings.  Shoes:  light tennis shoes or cheer shoes. Hair should be in a ponytail with a ribbon or bow.

Jazz Description:

Dancers will learn the basics of jazz and will build on those skills to allow dancers to learn more complex skills.

Jazz attire: Clothes that allow movement but do not restrict dancing: leggings, t-shirt, and leotard. Footwear: jazz shoes or lyrical half soles.  Hair worn in a bun.

Tap Description:

Dancers will learn the fundamental movement of tap dance and build on these basic skills to learn more complex skills.

Tap attire: Clothes that allow movement:  Leggings, t-shirt, and leotard. Footwear: tap shoes.  Hair worn in a bun.

Ballet Description:

Dancers will learn the basics of ballet such as feet positions, arm placement, and balance and build on basics to learn more complex skills.
Ballet attire: Pink tights and a leotard (skirts are optional) with pink ballet slippers. Hair worn in a bun.

Lyrical description:

Dancers will learn jazz-based techniques with influences from ballet and how to express emotions when dancing.
Lyrical attire: Clothes that allow movement: leggings, t-shirt, leotards, and sweatpants. Footwear: ballet shoes, jazz shoes, or lyrical half soles.  Hair worn in a bun.

 

 

 

For more information regarding dance classes please contact Patty Newman at [email protected] or call 843-569-4242 ext. 5303