My daughter had an amazing experience at this workshop.
She always hated
workshops and just seemed to zone out. However the instructors lit a spark
and got her to not only pay attention but try new things and she end up
loving workshops. Since then we have gone to three more. None have been
as good as this one, but she is still excited about them.
I really like
that it was only a one day and maybe because it was new it was not crowded
at all. The instructors were able to see each and every child. They
actually got on the floor and had them work on across the floor moves and
did them with them. They answered every question and the children all paid
attention without pushing towards the front the entire time. They had fun
and didn\'t spend all day learning combos, they actually learned moves
and new styles of dance.
While they tallied scholarship info, the
instructors had a Q.A. for dancers and even parents.
The ballet and
modern dance they teach here is awesome.
Keep up the good job bad boys
of dance. You rocked and looking forward to attending again.
Well organized. Smaller classes, so there was room to move. My
intermediate-level dancer seemed to learn a lot. Combinations were
challenging for her, but broken down into manageable chunks. The price is
on the high side for a one day workshop. One thing that stood out in a
positive way - a mix up with scholarship awards was handled discreetly and
with great sensitivity to the feelings of the dancers involved.
The only Xtreme thing about Showbiz Xtreme was the price. The instructors
lacked energy and enthusiasm and did nothing to motivate the dancers even
after acknowledging how \"quiet\" everyone was being. Hopefully this
review will prevent you from having to \"Live and Learn.\"