Thursday, May 14, 2009

Getting Down to Business: Old Dominion Performance Arts Studios

Ever wonder what is going on at the location that was once Waynesboro's old Corner Hardware Store? Amazing things, that's what. Old Dominion Studio, located at 313 W. Main Street (website here) opened in downtown Waynesboro nine years ago. Still relatively small, they offer dance and martial arts training with, according to Dulcey Fuqua, studio founder and dance instructor, "a style of training where everyone can find a family, friends, and success."

Dulcey goes on to say, "I know I am biased, but I am really blessed to have such a wonderful, and gracious group of teens to teach and work with. Their talent, accomplishments, and love of what they do, really is something that our community should be proud of."

The community is invited to the "Shine," the 2009 Student Showcase this weekend at Kate Collins Middle school, Saturday the 16th at 6:30 p.m. and Sunday the 17th at 2 p.m.. The showcase will feature both dance and martial arts, and will give the public the opportunity to see the the quality of instruction and the grace, talent, and dedication of the students. Tickets to the performances are available at Chickpeas, Main Street Discount, and at the Studio. Prices are: Reserved (pre-sale only), $10 youth/adult; $7 children (5 and under).General Admission, $7 youth/adult , $8 at the door; $5 child - $6 at the door. For more information on "Shine," go to the studio homepage here.

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