Our mission is to teach each student to work passionately but also to contribute something to the lives of others through their creative expression.  It is our goal that each dancer developes not only as an artist, but more importantly, they will have developed as strong,  gracious human beings who also aspire to be positive role models.

 

Confidence

Our teachers and staff are devoted to providing dancers of all ages an encouraging environment where they are given the opportunity to grow and excel in their dance education and performing arts.

Strength

 We strive to deliver the highest quality of dance training and theatrical training, while nurturing each student’s unique gift of talent and creativity. 

BALANCE

We wish to encourage our students to achieve their fullest potential – to support them as they grow artistically and develop into well-rounded individuals – nourished in body, mind and spirit.

PRDT 2019 -2020 Schedule

Fall Classes 2019 -2020

Registration is

Friday August 16th

11:00-1:00p.m.

and 5:00-7:30p.m.

Saturday August 17th

11:00-1:00p.m.

Classes Resume on Monday August 19th

Please call for information for ages and levels.

805 529-1958

Private Lessons & Wedding Dances.

 

 


PRDT Family

Val Manchin

Keri Pelletier

Hannah Yasenchok

Katie Oliver

KAYLIE EDMONDS

Kaitlyn Desautels

Catrina Quintanilla

Michelle Peters

Marcquet Hill

Rachel Dubusky

Alyssa Peters

Courtney Scarr

Jared Cardial

 

Those who make the world go around....

 

Joanne Pelletier
Office Manager

Jane Dubusky
Dance Company Coordinator

 

About Our Companies....


The competing dance companies attend one dance convention per year to further their training, and to participate in a minimum of 5 dance competitions within the Los Angeles area. Dancers may have a Dance National at the end of the season. In the past the competing companies have placed in dance nationals at Santa Cruz Ca., Anaheim Ca. and Las Vegas, Nevada.

 

Dance Company auditions will be held at the dance studio. Dates and times to be announced for 2020-2021.


Many members of Pam Rossi’s Dance Companies have participated in additional activities such as a make up and hair workshops put on by professional artists from the film and television industry.

  • Competing Companies and Performing Dance Companies

  • Lil’ Darlins

  • Starletts

  • Dance Dynamics

  • Dancers In Motion-Adults

  • Sr,Teen PRDT , Jr.PRDT Minis PRDT Competing Dance Companies

 


THE DANCE COMPANIES HAVE PERFORMED AT:

 

  • Thousand Oaks Arts Festival

  • 80th and 81st Hollywood Christmas Parade

  • Disneyland Magic Days

  • Magic Mountain Dance Fest

  • Knotts Berry Farm Music Days

  • Ronald Reagan Library

  • Ventura County Fair

  • Santa Barbara County Fair

  • Capezio Dance Show – National Dance Week

  • Moorpark Country Days Parade and Show

  • Miss Ventura County Pageant

  • Miss Teen Moorpark Pageant

  • LAPD sponsored Senior Christmas Performance

  • Thousand Oaks Street Craft Fairs

  • Relay for Life Breast Cancer Walk Benefit 2002-2014

  • Prudential Realty Awards Show

  • Senior Citizen Valentines Performance

  • Moorpark Civic Ballet

  • Moorpark College Annual School Event

  • Westlake High Dance Show

  • Moorpark College with Moorpark Symphony Orchestra

  • Dancing Birthday Parties in Moorpark

  • Flory, Peach Hill, Walnut Canyon and Mountain Meadows Schools

  • Mesa Verde and Chaparral Middle Schools


Home of Moorpark Civic Ballet and Dance Theater:

Moorpark Civic Ballet, a non-profit organization (501)c now will be presenting “The Nutcracker”.

MCB Auditions are September 4th- 7th 2019

 Times to be announced. www.moorparkballet.com

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Visit Moorpark Civic Ballet’s official website: http://www.moorparkballet.com.

PAT JACKSON MEMORIAL DANCE SCHOLARSHIP

Dance Scholarship

 

Pat Jackson was a dance educator who was presented the Bob Fosse Educator Award in L.A. in 1997. This scholarship is being given in her honor. Pat was positive, inspiring, and a loving dance instructor that didn’t just motivate thousands of students in dance, but motivated and inspired others to live life to it’s fullest and follow their dreams. Everyone who met her felt a special energy and love she had for all of mankind. Pats legacy still lives on in the hearts of her dancers. Pat’s philosophy and love for dance is still very much alive at Dance Ten.

This scholarship will be given and awarded to a dancer who will benefit and train very hard to be the best that they can possibly be in the art of dance. The dancer who qualifies for this scholarship must have at least 5 years of training. The dancer must take the classes suggested for that dancer.

This dancer will be considered an ambassador to the dance studio and a top and positive role model for other students. Students need to submit a one page letter why they think they want and deserve the scholarship. Please describe why you like to dance and write a little information about yourself. Submit no later than Monday May 11, 2020. This dance scholarship will last from July 2020 to June 2021.

Present

Hannah Yasenchok 2019-2020

 

  • Jodi Randolph – 2002-2003

  • Karissa Smith – 2003-2004

  • Erin Riddle – 2004-2005

  • Jinny Liechti – 2005-2006

  • Kayla McCourt – 2006-2007

  • Alyssa Peters – 2007 – 2008

  • Katy Talon – 2008-2009

  • Elizabeth Sutton – 2009 – 2010

  • Kirsten Monahan-2010-2011

  • Michelle Peters-2011-2012

  • Kaitlyn Desautels – 2012-2013

  • Katie Jan – 2013-2014

  • McKenna Harrington 2014-2015

  • Alie Valery 2015-2016

  • Madison Yasenchok 2016-2017

  • Helena Ordin 2017-2018

  • Anna Norwalt 2018-2019