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These classes are also $10 per person. The contemporary class is taught at the intermediate/advanced level and the partnering class is open to all levels.


We will allow up to 20 IN-PERSON attendees to come and dance with us in the studio.  ​ 

You will be able to indicate on your registration form whether or not you want to take class in person or virtually.  


Masks are highly encouraged, regardless of whether or not they have been vaccinated.

We ask that you continue to remain socially distant (6 feet minimum) at all times. 


Please bring your water bottle and keep extra personal items at home. Please limit your belongings to only what is essential. Please wipe down bathroom surfaces after yourself if you use the restroom during class.  We will be disinfecting between each class.


For those who are taking virtually, the student will be emailed a unique private link class start time from Registration will close 5 minutes before each class start time. Please download Zoom for either your mobile device or desktop prior to the start of your first class. You do not need to create a Zoom login or account to take our livestream classes.  All class times are in Central Time (Saint Louis).


There are NO refunds or exchanges for classes.

Each student must register and pay individually.


Wednesday, June 22

Contemporary with
Prince Lyons

Prince Lyons is a professional freelance

performing artist and creative from St. Louis, MO.  Prince began his dance journey at Best Dance and Talent Center under the direction of Judy Best-Person and received his BFA from Webster University, cum laude with an emphasis on ballet.  Prince has danced for Visceral Dance Chicago, The Cambrians, Owen/Cox Dance Group, and Rambert II.  Besides his more independent choreographic endeavors, Prince has choreographed on Visceral Dance Chicago, Big Muddy Dance Company, Ashleyliane Dance Company, is the 2018-2019 winner of Western Michigan University's Department of Dance National Choreography Competition, and Co-Founded and premiered the The K/P Project St. Louis in June 2021.


Wednesday, July 20

Modern/Contemporary Partnering with Thomas Proctor

Thomas Proctor, Rehearsal Director for the Ashleyliane Dance Company (ADC), is a nine season company member. He is currently teaching dance as an adjunct professor at Southeast Missouri State University and Principia College, and will be return to teach dance at Grand Center Arts Academy in the fall.  Thomas is also an assistant choreographer/instructor for ADC. Additionally, Thomas teaches historical Scottish Broadsword fencing through the St. Louis Broadsword Academy.

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