we arePOINT PERFORMING ARTS
Impacting and enriching lives through artistic development and expression in Dance, Voice, Piano, and Acting.
WE are your premiere dance studio – offering a variety of styles for all ages and all levels.
POINT PERFORMING ARTS IS VERY HAPPY TO HAVE MOTION PLAYLIST AT OUR STUDIO. MOTION PLAYLIST IS A PERFORMANCE GROUP THAT HAVE PERFORMED FOR 417 MAGAZINE’S FASHIONATION, OPENED WITH NATE SALLIE, AT THE OZARK FAIRGROUNDS, FOR THE NEWSBOYS, THEY ALSO PERFORMED AT THE PAUL MITCHELL SHOW AND CIDER DAYS. MOTION PLAYLIST IS JUST LIKE POINT PERFORMING ARTS WHERE EVERYONE IS PART OF THE FAMILY. SEVERAL TIME’S THIS YEAR, MOTION PLAYLIST HAS GONE AS A GROUP, TO THE HOMELESS SHELTER TO FEED THE HOMELESS.
proud to present THE MOSCOW BALLET
Dance with professional ballet dancers!!! For 5 years Point has been the local dance studio partner to the Moscow Ballet Dance Company! Selecting and rehearsing Springfield Area student dancers, every year. You must register online at: “nutcracker.com/youth-auditions”. The performance will be at the Gillioz Theater.
The National Honor Society for Dance Arts™ (NHSDA) is a program of the National Dance Education Organization, created to recognize outstanding artistic merit, leadership, and academic achievement in students studying dance in public and private schools in K-12 education, dance studios, cultural/community centers, performing arts organizations, and post-secondary education. The NHSDA offers three levels of induction: The Junior Program for grades 6-8, The Secondary Program for grades 9-12 and students in college or university dance programs. Establishing an NHSDA chapter in your school is one very important way that you can honor your students and help advance the field of dance education.
Superstars The class offered is for students with Down Syndrome, Autism and other developmental disabilities. This program is a great way for children with special needs to get involved in an extracurricular activity while improving motor skills, confidence, and socialization. Dance can also be a unique and effective way to reach students with special needs because it is nonverbal. Dance can help students gain balance between the two halves of the body, allow them to express emotion, gain muscle control and work through traumas. In dance, they interact socially through parallel interaction, which can be less overwhelming on sensitive nervous systems. Through the use of simple patterns, sequencing, and repetition, students will learn the basics of movement, rhythm, the fundamentals of ballet (such as the 5 feet positions), as well as reinforcing and practicing basic academic skills (letters, numbers, shapes, etc).