What is Dance Warehouse of ND?
Dance Warehouse of North Dakota is the newest dance studio in the Grand Forks area. Located in the south end of town, Dance Warehouse of ND is providing the community with the first specifically recreational and competition team-influenced studio in the area, while also providing thorough education in styles including Jazz, Contemporary, Lyrical, Musical Theatre, Hip Hop, Ballet, Tap, and more. Open to all ages, Dance Warehouse of ND is here to teach the next generation of dance.
Recreational dancing is the foundation of everything your dancing can be.
Recreational classes at Dance Warehouse include the variety of many genres, allowing dancers of any age and difficulty level to explore what makes them feel confident. With a team experienced in teaching multiple styles, Dance Warehouse of ND will provide a supporting environment for dancers to succeed and grow their love for the craft of dance!
We are currently accepting dancers for our 2023-24 Competition program!
Take your dancing to the next level in a supportive, team-building environment.
Contact Leigha Stevenson for more information!
Frequently Asked Questions
We want to teach you! For all private lesson and choreography inquiries, please email, email@example.com.
Class fees will be final, and non-refundable. Pricing is per class session and per student, not per family. Please reach out with further pricing questions.
What to Wear?
Dancers are encouraged to wear what makes them comfortable during class at Dance Warehouse of ND!
A solid colored leotard on top of pink or tan tights, as well as pink ballet shoes is required. Dancers may wear shorts or a skirt over top if they desire! Hair must be pulled back into a bun.
A solid colored leotard over tights, as well as tan jazz or tap shoes are required. Dancers may wear shorts or leggings over top if they would like. Hair must be pulled back in a bun or ponytail.
Hip Hop Attire
Dancers may wear comfortable athletic clothes to class, and are required to wear clean tennis shoes. For comfort and betterment of movement, dancers are asked to have their hair pulled away from their face.