A Note from Artistic Director Diane LaBruzzo:
It is with a heavy heart that we announce the postponement of our Spring production of Coppelia. We have all followed the progression of COVID-19 in the news, and we stand united with the Wood Theater's decision to suspend performances until further notice.
While we are disappointed that we cannot yet showcase the hard work that has gone into this production, the safety and well-being of our dedicated dancers, faculty, families, and wonderful patrons are of the utmost priority right now.
We will continue to keep you updated as to the new performance date and we hope to see you there. We can't wait to share this story with you, and as with all trying times, we need the arts more than ever.
Thank you all for your continued support, we are so grateful and humbled by this community -- we will get through this together.
Our dance community of students, facilitates learning and personal growth for all.
Dance Center was established in 1979, under the direction of Barbara
Tebeau, upon her retirement in 1999, The Dance Center continues the
philosophy of dance education under the direction of Diane L. LaBruzzo.
In 1992, the Dance Center established the Adirondack Ballet Theater (a not-for –profit) organization to enable children in our community the opportunity to perform in professional productions.
In addition to two yearly company performances, dancers participate in competitions throughout the Northeast and annual June performances.
All ages and all skill levels welcome. All Classes are taught by an accredited faculty staff.
A not for profit organization created to provide performance opportunities for area children in a broad range of dance styles.
A team working together tp provide every individual with the best quality dance education.