PSPA Dancers attended Take Center Stage Dance Competition this past weekend (Feb 9-10) in Providence RI. Not only did they have a successful weekend, but the studio was also presented with the coveted “Spirit Award” at the conclusion of the awards ceremony. This award says so much more than a trophy can ever say. The Spirit Award is a great testament to the character of our dancers and parents. Thank you to being supportive of your fellow dancers and for representing our studio on and off the stage.
Summer 2019 Camps, Classes, and Workshops & Intensives are here!
Click here to see the full lineup!
Thank you to our dance family and friends who continue to support us – we love what we do & it wouldn’t be possible without you and your dancer!
Thank you Wicked Local for always being so supportive of the local businesses! We are honored to be finalists this year.
Handspring & Aerial Workshop
January 21, 2019
Ages 8 -18
with Acrobatic Arts Certified Instructor, Alyssa Marucci
Handspring and Aerial Workshop is with Alyssa Marucci. Ms. Alyssa is an Acrobatic Arts Certified Instructor and National Award Winning Acro Choreographer. This class is open to all area students ages 8 and up who have mastered all their cartwheel options and can execute a back walk over.
This Thanksgiving break, while most of us will still be recovering from our turkey dinners, 5 Pembroke School of Performing Arts students & alumni will be flying across the country to compete with Team USA in the World Tap Championships.
Current PSPA students, Katey, Jarred, Collin, Logan and PSPA alumna, Caitlin, will be traveling to Germany this November to represent the U.S. in the championship. Not only are they representing their country but they are also representing their towns, schools, South Shore, and of course, Pembroke School of Performing Arts.
As a school, we could not be more proud of these dancers. All 5 of them started at PSPA at a very young age and it has been such an honor to watch them grow into the dancers they are today.
Katey and Jarred are both seniors at Silver Lake and Marshfield High School and Collin and Logan are freshmen at Marshfield High School. Among other things, these dancers are all members of the PSPA dance team, as well as the Driving Rhythm Tap Dance Company. Over the years they have also been involved in the student assistantship program at PSPA and have contributed to numerous community events.
Caitlin is a junior at Bridgewater State University where she studies secondary education and history. There, she is also a member of the BSU Dance Company. Caitlin was also a long-time member of the PSPA dance team and a class assistant during her time with us.
Please join as we say, “break-a-leg” to these 5 incredible dancers! Thank you for representing the United States and PSPA!
Save the Date Dance Fans!
December 2, 2018
Ages 4 – 10
Put on your fancy dress and enjoy a delightful reading of ETA Hoffmanns’ 1816 Nutcracker. Your dancer will be able to meet various character and have photos taken with them! There will be tasty treats to eat too! This is perfect for those who are not ready to sit through a Nutcracker Ballet or to prepare for the upcoming holiday performances!
And we can’t forget our parents!
All parents who register their child for the event before midnight on November 22nd will be entered to win a pair of tickets to Comedy Night at the Pembroke Knights of Columbus on November 29th. We have 4 tickets to give away – so TWO names will be drawn on Black Friday, November 23rd. Winners can pick their tickets up at the studio.
Nutcracker Tea Sign Up
This past weekend PSPA Dancers had the opportunity to use their art form to give back. The performed at at the Dancers at Heart For Kids At Heart benefit show. Their efforts, along with those of 400 dancers from 27 locals studios helped to raise $15,000 for the Credit Unions Kids at Heart team benefiting Boston Children’s Hospital. This money will help fund 5 research projects for BCH.
We are so proud of our dancers and ALWAYS thankful to have such wonderful opportunities.
Thank you to the wonderful organization Dancer at Heart for putting together yet another successful event.