Newtown, PA -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/07/2018 -- The Pennsylvania School of the Performing Arts (PSPA) is offering a one week Free Class Pass until September 17, 2018 with the purchase of one trial class for just $25. With this free pass, they will be able to try all the classes they want for one full week.
PSPA is particularly renowned for their outstanding ballet training, with classes that range from levels 1 to 8 to accommodate different ages and skill levels. Their ballet classes do not merely focus on building strong technique, but they also emphasize musicality and performance skills.
PSPA also offers a wide variety of dance classes in both classic and contemporary styles. Acro dance classes help children learn the acrobatic elements used in dance routines and build stronger muscles for dancing. Hip Hop classes for kids and older students are high-energy and plenty of fun. Students can also try out classes in tap, jazz, Broadway, and modern and contemporary styles.
Additionally, interested individuals can benefit from voice and acting classes, such as Teen Acting The Meisner Technique. This course for young adults over the age of 12 trains students in the Meisner acting technique, which will help them be truthful, brave, and imaginative on the stage.
The goal of PSPA is not simply to teach excellent dance skills. They also work with students to discover their passion and make a positive impact on their community. This award-winning performing arts school has helped students to express themselves through movement since 1996.
To find out more about the Pennsylvania School of the Performing Arts and how to receive a one week Free Class Pass, please contact them today.
About The Pennsylvania School of the Performing Arts
Professional dancer and Broadway performer Terri Garcia-Lee founded the Pennsylvania School of the Performing Arts in 1996. Today, this school is the area's most prominent training center for the performing arts. Its teaching staff offers professional insight and individualized attention to each student at a state-of-the-art facility in eastern Pennsylvania.
Hundreds of students have worked with this school to achieve their performing arts dreams, and many have gone on to successful careers on Broadway, in the Rockettes, or with various professional ballet companies. To learn more, please visit https://www.pspastudios.com.
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