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May Recital

May recital photo on stage
May recital photo on stage
May recital photo on stage

Every year, each of our dance classes will have the opportunity to perform a routine learned during their weekly class and choreographed by their teacher. These routines will then be showcased in a recital in May. This performance allows students to demonstrate what they have learned throughout the year, whether it be in creative dance, ballet, cheer, jazz, tap, folklorico, or hip-hop!


Competitive Performing Teams

Competition Team photo on stage

Dancers who are exceptionally dedicated to dance can participate in our performing teams. Team members must take at least one Jazz class and two Ballet classes each week as well as attend team rehearsals. Tumbling/gymnastics classes are also highly recommended. These teams provide an opportunity for committed dancers of the same age and abilities to perform together at competitions, community events, and recitals!

Auditions are invitation-only and held at the end of summer for students age 7 and up.


Oh Holy Night

Oh Holy Night Flyer

Sahuarita Dance Center Presents
“Oh Holy Night”
December 10th 2pm and 6:30pm
Sahuarita District Auditorium

The Sahuarita Dance Center is proud to announce their production of the holiday favorite “Oh Holy Night” December 10th at the Sahuarita District Auditorium.

“Oh Holy Night” tells the enlightening story of a young girl in search of the true meaning of Christmas and includes all the holiday music and festivities.

 “Oh Holy Night” has two shows, 2pm and 6:30pm.

“It’s a wonderful way for people of all faiths to come together and celebrate the holidays,” says Sahuarita Dance Center owner/director Michele Igasan.

“Oh Holy Night” features dancers from the Sahuarita Dance Center, plus several vocal soloists and local musicians.

Tickets are $12 for adults and $10 for seniors and children. They can be purchased online or at the Sahuarita Dance Center at 18825 S. La Canada.

The Sahuarita District Auditorium is located on Sahuarita Road, half mile East of Interstate 19 at exit 75.