There are still spaces in our Shakespeare In The Park and Bound for Broadway camps this summer! See below for our Fall 2019 schedule.

Fall 2019 regisration is open and spots are filling quickly.

 
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Class Descriptions

  • Itty Bitty Ballet/Tap – a pre-ballet/tap class

  • Disney Dance and Sing! – a beginner musical theatre and movement class

  • Musical Theatre I, II, and III – a series of classes designed to give students training in acting, singing, and dancing. Students will learn Broadway songs and do scene work

  • Intermediate Broadway Dance – a dance class where students will learn real Broadway choreography

  • Hip Hop – a dance class where students learn choreography

  • Gymnastics - an introductory class where students work on flexibility and tricks

  • Ballet Company I and II – a partial scholarship, invitation only ballet technique class for promising students

  • Ballet/Tap I , II, III – a series of combination classes combining ballet and tap instruction and choreography

  • Broadway Workshop: Disney Musicals – musical theatre and movement workshop focused on learning musical numbers and scenes from Disney’s Broadway hits

  • Broadway Divas – a musical theatre add on to the preceding dance class, using contemporary upbeat musical theatre songs

  • Park Slope Youth Theatre Company – an audition-only theatre company which puts on full length musicals with junior and senior casts

 
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A clip from our recent tribute to Broadway’s Hamilton!

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Calendar

 

2019/2020

  • Fri, June 21: LAST DAY OF SPRING SESSION

  • Mon-Fri, July 8-12: Shakespeare In The Park Camp

  • Mon-Fri, July 15-19: Bound for Broadway Camp

  • Mon-Fri, July 22-26: Camp Hogwarts

  • July 27-Sept 8: PSPA closed for summer recess

  • Mon, Sept 9 : First day of Fall Session

  • Monday, September 30: STUDIO CLOSED

  • Wednesday, October 9: STUDIO CLOSED

  • Saturday, October 12-14: STUDIO CLOSED

  • Thursday, October 31: Halloween NO CLASSES

  • Thursday, November 28- December 1: THANKSGIVING STUDIO CLOSED

  • DECEMBER 2019 FALL SHOWCASE DATE TBA

  • Sunday, December 22 - Sunday, January 5: STUDIO CLOSED

  • Monday,  January 6: FIRST DAY OF SPRING SEMESTER

  • Saturday, January 18 - 20: STUDIO CLOSED

  • MONDAY-SATURDAY, February 17-22: STUDIO CLOSED

  • THURSDAY-FRIDAY, April 9 - April 17: STUDIO CLOSED

  • Saturday - Monday, May 23-25: STUDIO CLOSED

  • June  - SPRING  2020 SHOWCASE DATE TBA

  • Saturday, June 20: LAST DAY OF SPRING SESSION

 
 

PSPA follows the NYS school closure schedule, with very few exceptions.

 
 
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Testimonials!

 
 
 
Park Slope Performing Arts has been a vital part of our daughter’s development and enrichment. The support and encouragement she has received is unmatched.  PSPA provides a nurturing and family like atmosphere in which young performers blossom. PSPA is our daughter’s second home and we feel blessed to have found this neighborhood jewel. 
 
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Our daughter has taken two different ballet classes with PSPA for several years and has really developed a great foundation of ballet, and excitement to learn more and perfect her techniques.  The studio offers an extra “ballet academy” for kids who take a special interest in ballet and it is a wonderful opportunity for them to concentrate on technique.
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PSPA has given our daughter the chance to try different forms of dance and attend some very cool camps.  The teachers are fantastic and really care about the kids.  They have created a place where the kids feel safe and eager to express their creativity.  They offer a wide variety of dance and performing arts classes, and make it easy and affordable for kids to take multiple classes.
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My daughter was very shy and nervous when she first started taking dance at Park Slope Performing Arts in kindergarten. The teachers at PSPA were so kind and encouraging to her. Through their support and expert guidance, she has blossomed into a 2nd grader who loves to perform! She played Frieda in the PSYTC production of You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown they did last winter (which was amazingly good! I was blown away that they managed to produce a full-length play with all 5- to 8-year-olds), and recently got the part of the Wicked Witch of the West in their new production of The Wizard of Oz. 
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PSPA offers young budding a actors a chance to learn and perform in a way that I did not think was possible at such a young age.  They take care to create fair opportunity for all, and encourage independence and creativity.

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