Ministry of Dance

So You Think You Can Dance? judge Jason Coleman runs Ministry of Dance, a school offering dance classes fro students ages between two and seventeen years. Dance styles on offer include but are not limited to: Jazz, Tap, Hip-Hop, Broadway Jazz, Contemporary, Acrobatics and Ballet. Some of the best choreographers in the country teach at Ministry of Dance, and the school has seen an impressive number of its graduates go on to perform in Mary Poppins, Cats, West Side Story, Wicked The Musical and many other high-end productions.


The school also offers industry specific workshops, wedding dance choreography, holiday programs and open classes. Open classes include dance lessons that may be attended casually and are available to people of all levels of skill. On top of the dance-orientated classes the school offers, Ministry of Dance also offers acting and singing classes to its students.

 

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Address
64 Sutton St

North Melbourne 3051

Transport
Nearby Stations: Flemington Bridge; Macaulay

Telephone 03 9329 6770

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