The Ballroom Dance Center is known and recognized across the Southeast and beyond for its Broadway-style theatrical productions featuring both professional and student cast members. Few dance studios in the country offer creative, themed showcases that incorporate music, dance, film, storytelling, history and theater. Drawing on her lifelong love of history and humanities, Emilie Tobias, the studio’s owner and a senior instructor, writes and directs all of the shows for The Ballroom Dance Center. She has an unique background and skill set and uses these talents to present ballroom shows that transcend a routine dance recital.
Another wonderful aspect of the shows at The Ballroom Dance Center is that they appeal to all ages, and the Cats and Dogs showcase will be no different. From the six to seven-year-old child in the audience to the mature adult, theses shows transcend time and generations. They allow us as dancers to cross generational lines and touch people, both metaphorically and literally from the dance floor, and bring joy to people as we share in this magnificent form of art called dance.
We hope you will make plans to join us for one of these shows as we salute our furry friends who have starred in songs and films and reside in our hearts!
“Our perfect companions never have fewer than four feet.” – Colette