Fall Dance Registration Is OPEN

New Staff
[fblike] We are registering for fall – in person – dance classes. Greendale Dance Academy is following the state guidelines for dance studios including small class sizes, frequent cleaning and disinfecting, hand sanitizer stations throughout the studio and social distance boxes marked on each dance floor. We also have H13 True HEPA Medical Grade air purifiers in every dance room. As guidelines change, we will adjust to make sure we are keeping dancers, staff and all of our families safe.


We are welcoming 2 new staff members this fall.

Miss Mazie – Greendale Dance Academy Teacher

Miss Mazie is a GDA alum, graduate of Dean College and Captain of the Boston Celtics Dancers. We are very excited to welcome Miss Mazie back to GDA!

Bridgette D'Arcangelo
Miss Bridgette – Greendale Dance Academy Teacher

Miss Bridgette grew up dancing locally and has been teaching both dance and gymnastics for all ages at both the recreational and competitive levels. Recently she began training with professional dancers from L.A. to learn the L.A. commercial based dance styles. We are very excited to have Miss Bridgette join our staff this year.

Dress Code Dance Clothing and Dance Shoes

We are working on a date for Dancer’s Boutique to come to the studio for Dance Leotards, tights and shoes. Please watch email/social media for details.

Dance Classes are Filling

With smaller class sizes due to COVID-19, many of our Recreational Dance Classes are starting to fill. If you are interested in Musical Theater, Hip Hop, Ballet, Tap, Jazz, Acro (Gymnastics), Combo Classes or Creative Movement, please sign up soon. If you notice a dance class is full, please email us right away. We are working to find room for everyone. We don’t want to turn anyone away!

We hope you will consider joining us this fall for dance. We have worked really hard to implement the state’s guidance for the safe reopening of dance studios. Summer Dance went very well and we are proud of how our staff and the dancers adapted to the new “normal”. More than anything, it was great to be able to be with others and enjoy dancing together.

If you have any questions or concerns, please let us know.