Contact Info

Downstage Center Dance Studio
Lincoln Point Shopping Center
830 West Trenton Ave
Morrisville, Pa. 19067





1.  Is there dance class when school is closed?

You should always check the "Calendar" schedule to see about special events and when the studio is open/closed. When weather is questionable, call the dance studio after 3pm (Saturday classes after 9am) to see if the studio is open.

2.  Do I need to call if I am going to miss class?

It is very beneficial to you to attend class regularly. When absent, you miss a great deal. If missing a class is necessary, it is your responsibility to call DSC before class that day.

3.  Do I need to pay for classes that I miss because of illness, vacation, conflict, etc?

Yes. Your spot in class is reserved for you all season. Tuition payments are not waived, refunded or credited for any reason.

4.  Why do I have to wear tights?

Tights are required by DSC as a reminder to students that they are in dance class. More importantly tights are a necessary article of dance clothes to keep muscles warm and lines clean.


5.  Can I wear shorts and a T-Shirt in class?

Proper dance attire for DSC is any form fitted dance/athletic wear. NO SCHOOL CLOTHES, and absolutely no Denim, clothes with zippers or SWEAT's. T-shirts are fine as long as they are form fitted. Dance Pants must be approved and form fitted.

6.  Why am I in the same level as last year?

Students generally do not advance a level each year. Each level has a wide range of difficulty and technique that keeps class challenging for all students.

7.  How can I advance to the next level?

Many factors decide a student’s advancement, such as: maturity, attendance, focus, attitude, age, and ability. Our professional DSC teaching staff will decide each student’s level.

8.  Class is too easy/difficult for me.

The first 2 months of dance are about reviewing basics, fundamentals and getting all students balanced on the same level. PLEASE BE PATIENT. Within the level there are several degrees of technique that can be accomplished. Students will be encouraged to achieve their highest degree in that level.