Programs and Dance Classes for Kids and Adults
Step II Dance Center offers the best instruction of Dance Classes for Ballet, Ballet Partnering, Tap, Jazz, Theatre Dance, Hip Hop, Lyrical, African, Irish, Voice, Acting and Reels.
Step II Dance Center not only provides dance classes, but we also provide students with opportunities to join many exciting events including Musical Plays, Staged Readings, Fashion Shows, Performance Workshops, Voice, Acting, and more!
In other words, We Produce Performers!
Some of our students from Step II Dance Center have gone on to perform in national and international tours, regional theatre, commercials, TV, film, and even Broadway.
Whether you are a beginner or a seasoned veteran, Step II Dance Center has opportunities for you to learn and perform. We provide adult dance classes as well as dance classes for kids. Our students range from age 3 to 82.
Our performing company, established in 1994, is called Step II Productions. Step II Productions was founded to give students opportunities to grow in a professional atmosphere.
We produced musical plays such as “FAME,” “42nd Street,” “Starmites,” “Footloose,” “Carnival,” “Annie” and “Gypsy.” Step II Dance Center and our students worked with a Broadway writer and director who reworked one of his plays and we performed it for him.
Staged Readings, Fashion Shows, & Film Auditions
Step II Dance Center produced staged readings for original plays to give authors a chance to hear their work live.
Step II Dance Center also offers our students opportunities to perform at fashion shows. Our previous fashion show productions include Marisa’s Boutique in Newtown, Macy’s in Center City, Oxford Valley Mall in Langhorne, Macy’s and Sears local malls.
Step II Dance Center also held film auditions for independent film companies.
Through our performance workshops, Step II Dance Center continues to offer our students opportunities to audition for and perform in commercials, fashion shows, TV and film. Step II Dance Center has been utilized by commercial companies to hold auditions for commercial projects, and some of our students were bookedß