Your Winter Dance Bag

Your Winter Dance Bag

It’s important to keep your dance bag packed and well-stocked all throughout the year. Your dance bag is going to be your holy grail item to have with you in rehearsals. This is where you keep your must-have items to help you stay in shape and adequately prepared for your class/workout. The usual list for a dance bag is as follows:

  • water bottle
  • snacks
  • leotard
  • tights
  • bobby pins
  • deodorant
  • sweat towel
  • hair ties
  • dance shoes
  • phone charger
  • wallet
  • lip balm/chapstick
  • Advil/Ibuprofen
  • personal hygiene products

Of course, every dance bag varies depending on the dancer. So, the list above is really a very basic idea of what should be in a dancer’s rehearsal bag.

As the weather change and becomes dryer and colder, your day-to-day necessities are going to change, too. And the things you keep in your bag are going to change a bit. Let’s take a look at what you should add to your checklist for your dance bag, shall we?

  • hand lotion/body lotion
    • Colder weather tends to dry out a person’s skin. So, keeping your skin well moisturized will help you to continue to move effortlessly.
  • leg-warmers
    • Remember our last post? Leg -warmers are a dancer’s best friend during fall and winter. So, stock up!
  • booties
    • Stop giggling, you goof. I’m talking about those little boots that you wear outside of rehearsal to keep your feet warm!
  • sweatshirt/hoodie
    • This one doesn’t really need explaining but, here it goes anyway. Regardless of how much you sweat during your class, you’re still going to have to keep your body warm. So, do it.
  • tissues
    • With fall and winter comes the sniffles. The cold and flu viruses run rampant around this time and it’s best to be well-stocked with the necessities.
  • cough drops
    • Do you happen to remember what we said in the last post about sore throats? Keeping your throat healthy is a MAJOR factor in keeping yourself healthy altogether.

Is there anything else we need to add to our list? What do YOU keep in your dance bag? Leave your suggestions in the comments!

Leg-Warmers, Hats & Scarves! Oh My!

Leg-Warmers, Hats & Scarves! Oh My!

It’s been mentioned on this blog before, the importance of taking care of your body as the weather changes. Well, with the temps dropping somewhat rapidly at P.D.A., we’d like to reiterate the significance of bundling up!

Did You Know…

That it’s much harder for your body to fight viruses if it isn’t at the appropriate temperature? Basically, if you’re colder, it’s a lot harder for your body to fight off the cold and other illnesses. Though it’s yet to be confirmed in the medical field, many studies on this very topic have, indeed, proven this to be true.

What Should You Do?

Layer up! Wearing multiple layers makes it harder for the cold air to get trapped within the fabric of your clothing. The more layers, the more your body has protecting it to store it’s natural heat. More clothing = a warmer body = a healthier you! Now take a look at today’s title. Leg-warmers, hats and scarves are the holy trinity of keeping warm and that’s what we’re going to focus on today.


Did You Know…

That nearly 53% of people in the U.S. complain about having cold feet? And we’re not just talking about wedding jitters!

The lower parts of your body actually harbors more heat than you might give it credit for. Obviously, when the weather changes, it’s a good idea to throw on some cozy boots but, going the extra mile won’t do you any harm! Sometimes, wearing warm shoes just isn’t enough and that heat from your feet still finds a way to escape, leaving you feeling cold anyway! By throwing on some leg-warmers, you’re giving your legs a chance to trap that feet heat and give you one less thing to worry about.


Did You Know…

That a large portion, nearly 40%, of your body heat is lost through your head?

That’s why it is so imperative that hats need to be worn once the weather starts changing. Not only will you be preventing body-heat loss but, hats (when worn properly) are a great way to protect your ears from the harsh, cold winds. When your ears are exposed to winds below 40 degrees, the chances of ear-aches and migraines rise significantly. So, do yourself a favor. Go to the mall, pick out a few nice but function-able hats and do your thing!


Did you Know…

Everyone carries the cold and flu viruses but, those who keep their noses and throats warm are less likely to show symptoms? It’s true!

Do scarves have the ability to be insanely fashionable? Of course! But, they can be so much more! Right now, the weather isn’t so severe that you need to cover your nose. So, we’ll focus on the throat for a moment. Keeping your throat warm will help you prevent injury to your vocal chords. And while this isn’t a singing blog, it is important to keep your throat healthy regardless. Sore throats and voice- loss are caused by stretching cold muscles. Keeping your throat warm will prevent this type of injury and prevent some of those cold viruses from taking hold!

When the weather turns even colder, covering your nose will not only keep you warmer, longer but it will also keep you from inhaling more of those nasty seasonal viruses. It also makes for a helpful shield should someone nearby cough or sneeze!

What does all of this medical jargon have to do with being a dancer? Well, your body is your instrument. And you want to keep yourself in the best shape possible, don’t you? So, keep yourself nice and bundled up!

Student Spotlight: Miro Pljevaljcic

Student Spotlight: Miro Pljevaljcic

Ladies and Gentlemen, if you’d like to get to know the dancers who embody the attitude of Plainfield Dance Academy, let’s begin with Miro Pljevaljcic!

Miro’s been a student with Plainfield Dance Academy since December of 2015 and he’s quite the Renaissance man when it comes to the types of dance he practices! Not only does he study ballet but he’s also enrolled in Contemporary, Ballroom and Character, too! He’s also in the student choir at his school! Does this guy love to perform or what?! He’s always early to arrive for class and he walks out of each class having clearly given it all of his energy.

Every time he comes to the studio, he’s ready to greet you with a smile, a hello, and a small story about his day so far. It’s rare to find him in any mood other than cheery. If there’s anything he’s unsure about, whether it’s the schedule, a technique or where an absent student might be, Miro always has a question to ask. He’s extremely outgoing, friendly and is constantly on the hunt to learn as much as he can about… well, everything!

But, other than the obvious positivity he brings to the studio, why are we focusing today’s Student Spotlight on him?

On Sunday, October 22nd, Plainfield Dance Academy held an Open House event in which Parents, friends and the general public were invited to check out our facilities, see the debut of our BRAND NEW 3RD STUDIO and see a special performance by our Plainfield Dance Academy Company dancers! After the performance and still during the event, one our moms saw a wonderful candid moment and shared the sweet moment with us.



   In the brand new studio, Miro was teaching another student’s little brother, Liam, some techniques that’s he’s learned. Miro was very patient with Liam and helped him learn how to stand, foot placement and other techniques. The two laughed as Liam tried to follow Miro’s easy instruction. In that moment, Miro displayed the three pillars of our mission at P.D.A. Passion– Miro shows others his love of dance not only by performing but, by sharing that passion through teaching others. Dedication– He dedicates all of his attention in class by asking questions when he needs help and using his time before class to prepare for his lesson that day. Artistry– Through his various creative outlets, Miro uses dance as a form of expression, a way of entertaining others and a way of connecting with others like Liam.

Thanks for showing others what P.D.A. is all about, Miro! Way to go!

Dance Because You Love It!

Dance Because You Love It!

Why do we dance? Is it because we’re expected to? Is it because we’re told we have to?

We dance because we love it. Dance is a form of self-expression for which only a select few posses a talent. When your craft is fueled by passion, the combination is virtually unstoppable. Sometimes, it’s easy to loose sight of the initial passion you have for the art when you’re constantly on the go with rehearsals, competitions, classes and so on. So, let’s take a moment today to think about why we dance.

Why did we start?

When we were little, most likely, we saw ballerinas as perfect and beautiful. We wanted to be just like them. They were beautiful and graceful and everyone loved them. Once we started our first ballet class, we wanted to show what we could do to everyone we knew. Our parents, aunts, uncles and other adults praised us for behaving so well in class, working hard and for doing such a lovely job. We loved that attention and all of the positive reinforcement.

Going to class was a treat. Not only did we get to dance, but we got to dress in the most lovely “ballerina outfits”, see our ballet friends and our favorite teachers ever! Class was always a blast because we were learning to do a special dance for our first ever dance recital.

When it came time for the first dance recital, that spotlight was the greatest thing we’d ever seen and we wanted MORE. Being on stage in front of an audience was the greatest thrill we’d ever known. If this was what being a ballerina was like, then that was the life for us!

Do you remember being that little girl? Which feelings come back to you when you think about those days? Sometimes, going back to the beginning can help you remember why you started. How long has it been since you were that little girl? What about you has changed? How much have you learned in all that time?

How the Time Flies…

If you could go back and let your little self see all that you’ve learned in your ballet career, do you think she’d be proud of you? She would be. She would because you’re what she envisions for her future. She wants to grow up and as much as she can about ballet along the way. Have you been doing that? Yes? Good. She wants to stay focused and perform in front of many more audiences at many more recitals. Have you done this, too? You have? Wonderful. She wants to become a ballerina that the little ones like her aspire to be. Are you doing that for the little girls around you? You are? Beautiful.

The hardest part about following your dreams is that we don’t have the chance to see into the future and know how things will turn out. I’m sure we’d all love a chance to revisit our younger selves. But, having a passion doesn’t means 100% assurance that you’re doing things perfectly. It’s about loving the art that you’ve chosen and doing your best to present it in the most thrilling, thought provoking and stunning ways possible.

When you feel like you haven’t done enough or you’re questioning why you’re still dancing, remember that little girl. Remember how much the art of ballet meant to her. And then show her that you haven’t let her down. Keep working, keep learning and keep your sights set on your dreams. Dreams are only dreams until you make them come true.

Dancers Are the Best People EVER and Here’s Why.

Dancers Are the Best People EVER and Here’s Why.

Are dancers insanely talented people? Yes. Do they show endless amounts of passion and dedication to their craft? You bet. But, those aren’t the only reasons why dancers are the best people in the world. Here are some great reasons why you should consider having one or two dancers in your friend group!

1. They’re Always Willing to Save You a Seat!

When you and your friends go out on the town, there’s a small chance that you may end up somewhere with a waiting list and little to no sitting room. Now, imagine that a few seats miraculously open up but, you suddenly need to run to the ladies room.

“Hey, do you mind saving a few seats until i get back?” you ask.

“No problem!” your friend replies.

BAM! She breaks out into the splits which shocks and amazes everyone there. Your group is now the talk of the night and all because you’re friends with a dancer who can make simple favors extraordinary!

2. They’re Committed No Matter What!

And this doesn’t just apply to going to dance class or recitals. When a dancer says they’ll do something, they do it. You’ll quickly learn that being friends with someone who dances means being friends with someone who will have your back day in and day out.

Need help with homework? If they say they can help, they will.

Don’t want to go to an appointment alone? If they agree to go with, they’ll go with.

No matter what, once they’ve made a commitment to your friendship, they’ll see it through. It might be tough at times with rehearsals, classes, recitals and competitions getting between you from time to time. But, rest assured that you’re friends with one of the most sensitive, kind and compassionate kinds of people in the world. Dancers are artists; which means that they feel emotions very strongly. And that includes the love that they have for your friendship.

3. They’re Always Full of Surprises!

When you two first become friends, you may have some preconceived notions or assumptions about the life and mannerisms of a dancer. But, after some time and getting to know them better, you’ll soon see that dancers are just the same as everyone else. Do dancers always stick to a perfectly healthy diet? Do we always get adequate sleep? Is a daily workout outside of class even a thing?

Dancers are not superhuman beings unable to make a mistake or slack-off a little like the average joe. In fact, dancers are among those who will jump at the chance to sit around all day. That’s probably because they’re literally on their feet all day, everyday.

So, when she plops down next to you at the lunch table with an overly-filled food tray and says that there’s no class tonight, applaud them and allow them to indulge. Because chances are, they don’t get to gorge themselves very often.

Bon Appetit!

4. They Can Entertain You With The Song of Their People…

Just ignore the fact that this photo is for gymnasts because this 199% applies to dancers as well. Dancers have the strange, intriguing and shocking ability to snap, crackle and pop all of their joints at a moment’s notice. Watch passersby gasp with amazement and disgust at the sounds that their bodies can make!

One perk of having a dancer for a friend is the countless pranks that you two can play on people with those noises! Maybe pretend to not hear it or act like it really did hurt; use your imaginations! Needless to say, this is only one many talents your dancer buddy will show you.

5. Every Task is a Show!

No explanation necessary.










6. They Can and WILL Tell Off the Dumb Jocks!

And to wrap up what only touches the surface of why dancers are the best, we leave you with this:

Open House! NEW Studio Debut!

Open House! NEW Studio Debut!

The fall term is almost over!!

As Term 1 comes to an end, we have one day before the beginning of Term 2. So, what better way to welcome the next term than with an awesome Open House event! The weather’s still nice enough that everyone can come out, relax and celebrate the completion of another fantastic term with P.D.A. and welcome in the next! Bring your family, bring your friends and get ready for an amazing night! What makes this event so exciting? Well, listen up!

The Open House will take place on Sunday, Oct. 22nd from 3PM-5PM with a SPECIAL PERFORMANCE at 4PM by our very own P.D.A. Company Dancers! We’re also beyond excited to debut our BRAND NEW 3rd rehearsal space!!!

With all of this exciting news, why would you ever want to miss it! Just go to to RSVP to the event!

Passion ~ Dedication ~ Artistry

Dance Movies to Watch on a Rainy Day!

Dance Movies to Watch on a Rainy Day!

Fall or Autumn, however you choose to refer to it, is the #2 favourite season according to numerous online polls. Why? Could it be the leaves changing color? Maybe it’s the fashion such as boots, jackets and scarves! It might even be the popular craze of making EVERYTHING pumpkin spice flavored. For most people, it’s simply the change in weather. And with good reason, too! This change in weather usually includes gloomier, cloudier days or rainy days. Sometimes, when it’s raining outside, all you want to do is grab a warm blanket and watch a movie. When we see this kind of weather coming, we’ve got a particular selection of movies that are reserved for days like this. These are what are commonly referred to Rainy Day Movies. But, wait, this is a blog all about ballet and dance! So, what do you think the theme of today’s movie list is going to be? Dance, of course! This list will be in order of most recently released to the old classics.

So, grab your favorite fuzzy blanket, pour yourself your favorite warm tea, dim the lights and enjoy these amazing movies for a perfect rainy day!

A Ballerina’s Tale

What dancer doesn’t love Misty Copeland?

This documentary, made in 2015, introduced the world to the ballerina who would soon take the world by storm. With her fame already rising by the time the film came out, Misty Copeland is now a household name for those privy to the world of ballet. For those unaware of her story, this documentary takes you along on her journey through triumphs and obstacles such as race and injury.

If you’re stuck inside while the rain comes down and you’re looking for a bit of inspiration, watching anything that has to do with Misty Copeland will put an extra pep in your step. This film, in particular though, will give you hope for your wildest dreams and motivation to see them through.

Watch the trailer here! –> A Ballerina’s Tale

Back Swan

This suspenseful film from 2010 was the one to take Academy Award season by storm. This film is rated R, so viewer discretion is advised.

The film follows Nina who wishes to portray the roles of Odette and Odile in Tchaikovsky’s timeless ballet, Swan Lake. Unable to portray the darker of the two, Odile, Nina struggles to find her footing in the company. With another dancer beginning to seem like strong competition, Nina spirals out of control and begins to lose grip with reality.

That’s as much as can be said without giving away the ending. But, if you’re age-appropriate, this is definitely an intriguing and fascinating story to watch unfold.

Watch the trailer here! –> Black Swan



2007’s summer hit, Hairspray, took the box office by storm and made the idea of the movie musical cool again! The story follow Tracy Turnblad who lives in Baltimore and rushes home everyday after school with her best friend, Penny Pingleton, to watch the Corny Collins Show, a popular local dance show. The teens on the show are the most popular kids in town and have the after school job that everyone dreams of having, dancing on television!

Tracy dreams of dancing on the show someday but is body shamed by the mean girls at the audition. Determined to make everyone feel beautiful and to bring to segregation in Baltimore to an end, she rallies with her friends to fight for justice. Doesn’t sound like much of a dance flick, huh? Well, you’d be surprised! Known as one of the most dance-heavy shows on Broadway, this film adaptation is no different!

Watch a movie clip here! –> Hairspray Movie Clip

Billy Elliot

After years on the Broadway stage, the inspirational story of Billy Elliot was brought to the big screen in 2007. Raised by a tough-as-nails father who’s facing a strike as a miner in 1984’s England, Billy is enrolled in boxing lessons (which he has no interest in) just like his brothers and his father before him. One day, Billy accidentally wanders his way into a neighboring studio where a ballet class is in session. Unexpectedly, he finds a love for the art and hopes to make it his life’s work. Surrounded by naysayers, especially his own father, Billy must rise above all those who would oppose his dreams.

Gritty and heart-wrenching at times, this is one film that will have you rooting for the underdog and inspire you to dream big.

Watch the trailer here! –> Billy Elliot



Dirty Dancing

“Nobody puts baby in a corner.”

Who hasn’t seen this movie or said that line before?

Dirty Dancing came out in 1987 to critical acclaim as a smash hit. Today, it’s still revered as a classic dance flick. The story follows Baby, the daughter in a wealthy family who makes their summer trip to a prestigious country club. Appearing as a pretty sheltered young lady, Baby meets Johnny who works at the club and teaches dancing lessons to the women there. After some time, Baby finds her way into the staff hangout where, you guessed it, they’re “dirty” dancing, a.k.a. basically any dance that would shock the old fogies.

Johnny begins to give private lessons to Baby and the sparks start to fly between them.

Watch the trailer here! –> Dirty Dancing trailer

West Side Story

An absolute classic for any dancer, 1961’s West Side Story, which stars Natalie Wood at the height of her career, is the story of Maria and Tony, two star-crossed lovers from the two rivaling sides of town. The Jets hate the Sharks and the Sharks hate the Jets. Tony and Maria accidentally meet and fall in love despite their communities. Considered the 60’s remake of Romeo & Juliet, West Side Story is filled with amazing dances and timeless songs such as  Tonight, Tonight and I Feel Pretty. With themes like social and racial prejudices, and street violence, this film has remained a favorite passed on through generations.

So which team are you on? Are you a Jet or a Shark?

Watch the trailer here! –> West Side Story trailer




Singin’ In The Rain

You see the irony in this choice, right?

If you’ve never seen the classic 1952 movie musical Singin’ in the Rain, then congratulations on finally coming out from under that rock you’ve been living in.

This movie stars Gene Kelly, Debbie Reynolds, and Donald O’Connor who sing and dance their way into your hearts. Set during the introduction of “talking pictures”, a.k.a. movies with sound, a movie studio struggles and begins teaching their top stars how to act for this new development in cinematic technology. This movie is jam-packed with songs that everybody knows such as Good Mornin’, Make ‘Em Laugh, and of course Singin’ in the Rain!

Considered one of the greatest, possibly the greatest, movie musicals of all time, this movie is still one of the best selling films even on the digital market! For dancers in particular who are looking to be amazed, watch out for the song and dance called Moses Supposes. This, too, is considered one of the greatest tap numbers ever performed. And, amazingly, it was all shot in one take!

Watch the trailer here! –> Singin’ in the Rain trailer

Here Are Some Honorable Mentions (All Old Classics)

Baby Take a Bow from 1934’s Stand Up and Cheer starring Shirley Temple –> WATCH HERE!

I Like Myself from 1955’s It’s Always Fair Weather starring Gene Kelly –> WATCH HERE!

At the Codfish Ball from Captain January starring Shirley Temple –> WATCH HERE!

You’re All The World To Me from Royal Wedding starring Fred Astaire –> WATCH HERE!

You’re Gonna Dance With ME from Living It Up starring Jerry Lewis –> WATCH HERE!

The Dance of the Dead!

The Dance of the Dead!

It’s October! And you know what that means!


And with all of the excitement surrounding this holiday, it’s a wonderful time to showcase your talents as a dancer by creating routines to some truly haunting music! Here’s our list of our favourite spooky tunes! We’re going to cover everything from classical compositions to horror movies to creepy songs that everyone knows and loves!


  1. Toccata and Fugue by Johann Sebastian Bach
  2. Funeral March by Chopin
  3. Night on Bald Mountain by Modest Mussorgsky

Horror Films...

  1. theme from Dead Silence
  2. opening theme from Psycho
  3. theme from The Shining
  4. theme from Nightmare on Elm Street
  5. theme from The Exorcist
  6. This is Halloween from The Nightmare Before Christmas

Songs Everyone Knows...

  1. Thriller by Michael Jackson
  2. I Put A Spell On You by Jay Hawkins


A quick search on YouTube will give you all the help you’ll need!

Happy Choreographing!!

Costumes So On Pointe, It’s Scary!

Costumes So On Pointe, It’s Scary!

Quick History Lesson

As many already know, Halloween was originally a pagan holiday called All Hallow’s Eve; a night in which the spirits of the dead could walk amongst the living. People of the time would dress as ghouls themselves to trick the spirits into leaving them alone and out of harm’s way. The tradition of trick-or-treating began as a peace offering from the living to the dead. Leaving out treats for the spirits and offering treats to those dressed as spirits would show a sign of peace among the two worlds, the world of the living and the world of the dead.

Now for the fun!

To this day, we keep up the tradition of dressing up, although the motivation behind the tradition has changed over the years.

As dancers, we have an ability that most others don’t. We have the ability to move swiftly, gracefully, almost gliding past others with our movements. Some might say that a ballet dancer sometimes looks like they’re floating on air rather than dancing. So, why not take this opportunity to relive the past and really celebrate Halloween, or All Hallow’s Eve, the way it was intended. Here are some costume ideas that are so on pointe, it’s scary!

The Lady in White

If you’re a fan of ghost hunting shows like Ghost Adventures, Paranormal State, etc., then you’ve heard countless stories about places being haunted by a lady in white. And no, it’s not the same lady. There ladies in white haunting buildings and sites all over the world. Usually they’re quiet, polite and mostly seen roaming the halls or appearing in doorways or balconies. While many ghosts are known to be scary or spooky, the lady in white is mostly intriguing and mysterious.

With some tulle or other sheer white/off-white fabrics, nude pointe shoes and and some sort of prop (recommended: a candlestick, candelabra or a lantern), you can float around and catch the eye of everyone around you. For some extra effects, use a pale foundation for a “lifeless” face and gray powder for dull, dead eyes. If you’re going to a Halloween party, it’s an even better opportunity to surprise your friends by disappearing around the corners!

The Bride of the Dead

This is another excellent choice if you want to go for something more creepy and mysterious than full-on scary. The bride of the dead, or the black bride is yet another figure in the paranormal that has been seen in many different haunted locations. Sometimes evil, sometimes broken-hearted, the bride of the dead is another character who floats amongst the living and disappears into thin air. Anyone can rock this costume but, especially dancers because of their grace.

Using a long black dress, maybe spray paint an old prom dress you don’t care so much about, black gloves and a black veil to cover your face. If you want to go the extra mile, you can dust some black powder and use any other black makeup to hide your face further. Talk about a dark spirit!

The Grim Reaper

What’s scarier than death itself? Talk about the ultimate creeping, looming figure.

The grim reaper instills fear in everyone it passes, especially on Halloween. This costume is perfect to creep out your friends, fellow party-goers and passerby. The key is to move as smoothly as possible and remain absolutely silent. The one thing the grim reaper is known for is silence, mystery and intimidation. Never answer anyone’s questions and always hover. And when people ask you who’s hiding in that costume (because they definitely will) you will give them no answer. BOOM! Instant fear!

Find a large/over-sized black or gray hooded cloak at a costume shoppe, or creating one on your own, that’s basically your entire costume! For extra spook factor, dust it with a light application of baby powder to give it an aged look. I mean, think about it, have you ever seen an old haunted mansion that isn’t covered in dust? I think not. The final step is to cover your face with dark makeup or find a dark mask to wear. Get a lantern or candelabra or (FAKE) reaper to carry and spook your friends.

And Now, The SCARY One…

The Undead Ballerina!

What’s the perfect costume for a ballerina? A ballerina of course! But, this is Halloween, a time for the dead to walk among the living. So, an undead or zombie ballerina is obviously a perfect fit!

Find some of your old costumes that you don’t use anymore and are allowed to mess up for this costume. Add some dirt, tear it up a little, splash it with fake blood and you’re off to scare the pants off of those trick-or-treaters!  If you can stand wearing costume contact lenses like the ones in this picture, then more power to ya! This is a costume that’s guaranteed to shock friends, disgust family and give party-goers the heeby-geebies!

Well, those are our costume recommendations for you! Do you have any that you’d like to share with us? Leave us a comment! Which one of ours is your favourite? If you’re unsure what to be this year, we hope this helped!

Meet Extensions Dance Company!

Meet Extensions Dance Company!

It’s time, once again, to meet yet another incredibly talented group that will be performing in the Chicago International Dance Forum in TWO DAYS!

Meet the Extensions Dance Company!

Beginning their journey in 2005, Extensions Dance Company has committed themselves to training young dancers to follow their passions, perfect their techniques and tell a story through the art of dance. Their dedicated training has led some of their students to go on to study at some of the most prestigious colleges and universities in the country.

“The Mission of Extensions Dance Company is to provide a loving and encouraging environment, where young dancers can train fearlessly, discover their potential and through their art, give back to the community.” ~

Known for their jaw-dropping performances regardless of the genre, Extensions Dance Company is a must-see at the 7th Annual Chicago International Dance Forum. To learn more about them, follow the link to their website above!