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2022-23 Season's Concept: Freedom

This season’s concept is centered around becoming more free than we have ever been. God’s desire for us is to live in and from His freedom! The depths of His love for us never end. We have dedicated this season to exploring and experiencing this love and being delivered from areas in our lives we feel trapped or stuck. “It is for freedom that Christ has set us free.” This is the profound revelation from which we dance.

History of Dance Revelation: 

Fifteen years ago, Dance Revelation was founded to create a place for children, teens, and adults to come together to receive quality dance education. Not only did we desire to provide excellent dance instruction, but we wanted to create an environment that was full of love, encouragement, hope, and respect. We have seen alumni graduate and go on to follow their dreams and be successful in their chosen fields. Some alumni have studied and graduated in dance at universities such as Pointe Park University or professional training programs such as NYC Joffrey. Others have gone on to have success in the medical field and business field. Whether your child dreams to be a part of dance for most of their life or they know their training in dance will end after DR, we know that our culture, curriculum, and value system will help launch your child into whatever comes next.

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About Our Annual Performance:

Dance Revelation’s Annual Performance allows our students to present the results of a year’s hard work, dedication, and progress. We invite family, friends, neighbors, teachers, and mentors to join us at our Annual Performance showcasing the talent of our students.

Performing, in general, is a positive experience for all students, helping to build self-esteem, self-confidence, and well-being. Although performance opportunities can help prepare some students for a possible career in dance, they also contribute to children’s success in non-dance activities. That onstage experience can result in better school presentations, improved social skills, and strong interview skills for future college or job opportunities. The rehearsal process is a tremendous learning experience as well. It helps the children develop retention skills, and by working with their classmates on a group performance, they learn the positive aspects of working as a team to create the best end result.

Commitment to the performing is the responsibility of both students and their parents. As part of a professional performance, a lot goes into making our students shine on stage. This includes: rehearsal time and space, theater rental, lighting/sound/stage technicians, staff development, costumes/shoes/accessory selection, ordering, and distribution, stage-managing, ticketing, backstage assisting, and more!