Prince Dance Institute enrollment open; fall 2023 semester starts soon

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A past performance of Prince Dance Institute students. (File photo courtesy of Evan Bordessa)

Prince Dance Institute, which has taught performing arts for more than 15 years on the Big Island in a community-centered environment for art appreciation, connection and education, kicks off its fall 2023 semester Aug. 19 and enrollment is open.

From the elegance of ballet to the dynamic rhythm of hip-hop and the daring stunts of aerial silks and trapeze, Prince Dance offers a diverse range of performing arts courses and champions the transformative power of performance in cultivating talent and building unparalleled confidence in youth. Parents and adults are also invited to join adult performing arts programs.

Class options include contemporary, jazz, musical theatre, tap, acting, glee, breakdance and many others. All Prince Dance classes are designed to inspire creative expression, boost confidence and build camaraderie.


Unlike other schools, Prince Dance students have the opportunity to participate in professional theater productions. Students are personally coached to transform shyness into confidence so they can shine on and off the stage.

“I cannot believe how far my daughter has come in such a short time,” commented a Prince Dance parent. “Prince Dance transformed her from a shy, insecure girl to a lead in the show. She truly has bloomed, and our family is forever grateful.”

Classes run for 16 weeks. The program culminates in a professional theater production Dec. 10 at the Kahilu Theatre in Waimea, where all students have the opportunity to perform.


Spots are limited, and they’re filling up fast. Enroll now to ensure a spot for you or your child. Give it a try with no cost or commitment; the first class is free.

Visit the Prince Dance Institute website or contact the office at 808-207-7754.

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