FAQ

Are competitive dancers trained separately?
No! We believe that all dancers are equal so their training should be too! All dancers will be trained based on skill set and age. Choreography rehearsals for competitive dancers are in addition to regular training.
How much does it cost?

The cost depends upon a number of factors: how proficient do you want to be, which classes do you want to take, the number of classes, days, and weeks in your dance schedule, etc. Your dance instructor will recommend the most suitable program for your dancer.

Can I start classes mid-season?

Yes, in most cases we welcome dancers anytime throughout the season. However, it is important for dancers to have a certain level of skills in order to perform. If you are not sure feel free to talk to us and we’ll do our best to accommodate your dancer.

What Makes PD Different?

We offer a personalized custom plan for each dancer based on their individual needs. Our Instructor is Certified adn takes annual training to stay abreast of the newest trends in the dance industry.

Why do you focus on acrobatics?

Acrobatics helps to create strong, fit, and flexible dancers. Dancers excel better in all areas of dance and sports when they are also training in acrobatics.

Why does your schedule run from January to October?

Our schedule runs from January to October to accommodate everyones busy schedules. Additionally, August is generally a stressful time for children. They are starting a new grade and getting new school schedules. Classes remain constant at dance at that time and then change in January when they are bored and looking for a new challenge. Another plus to this schedule is that it allows dancers to take off during the holidays and focus on family time!

Can I go to conventions that PD is not attending?

Yes! You are allowed to go to any convention you would like! Just let me know and I will register you!

Can I go to convention even if I am not competing?

Yes! Everyone is welcome to go to conventions with us and take classes!

Are dancers allowed to take class at other studios?

Of course! Dancers are encouraged to take as many classes as they want wherever they want. Dancers are not however to compete with Project Dance and another team during the same season.

Where are you located?

We hold classes at 1593 Hughes Rd, Madison, AL, 35758 and at Madison Ballroom.

Do you offer classes for boys?

Absolutely! We offer classes for boys and highly recommend acrobatics for all of our dancers.

What ages do you have classes for?

Currently we have classes for ages 18 months-12 yrs.

What is Project Dance?

Project Dance is a dance performance group. We also offer recreational and competitive dance opportunities!