Deborah's Stage Door

★★★★★
  • 51572 Danview Technology Ct

    Shelby TWP, MI 48315

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  • 586-739-3262

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Be careful we did business with this company and they failed to pay their bills to us and bounced checks to us, I don't think it's a very well run organization

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Be careful we did business with this company and they failed to pay their bills to us and bounced checks to us, I don't think it's a very well run organization

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My daughters danced here for going on ten years. I have been so very impressed with the quality of the dances, but more importantly, I have been witness to a rare quality. The owner (Deborah Agrusa) has imparted upon her dancers the most

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My daughters danced here for going on ten years. I have been so very impressed with the quality of the dances, but more importantly, I have been witness to a rare quality. The owner (Deborah Agrusa) has imparted upon her dancers the most

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Watched DSD over the weekend @ the Art's/Apples Festival. The boy dancers=very entertaining, fun to watch. The girls=seen one dance, seen 'em all (the "All that Jazz" number was fun, though) What really bothered me though, was that when the little girls (probably ages 6-11 ish) were dancing they were, "shakin' what there mama gave them." The little number they did, I believe it was titled, "Back to School"...this was very Britney Spears-esq, right down to the costume of a white shirt tied to expose a bare belly & short plaid skirt. Why is it necessary to have girls this young portrayed in this way by a dance studio that's supposedly one of the best around (as promoted & announced several times at this performance)? Parents of these girls are proud of their little girls dancing this way??? I guess it's a matter of personal choice. Furthermore, the spins/turns done by the older dancers were barely up on relive' or demi from what I saw; I wonder how much ballet is incorporated/stressed here? (I saw they have a ballet company). Maybe a little more emphasis on ballet would be beneficial. Overall, I was not blown away by any of the performances I watched.

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Watched DSD over the weekend @ the Art's/Apples Festival. The boy dancers=very entertaining, fun to watch. The girls=seen one dance, seen 'em all (the "All that Jazz" number was fun, though) What really bothered me though, was that when the little girls (probably ages 6-11 ish) were dancing they were, "shakin' what there mama gave them." The little number they did, I believe it was titled, "Back to School"...this was very Britney Spears-esq, right down to the costume of a white shirt tied to expose a bare belly & short plaid skirt. Why is it necessary to have girls this young portrayed in this way by a dance studio that's supposedly one of the best around (as promoted & announced several times at this performance)? Parents of these girls are proud of their little girls dancing this way??? I guess it's a matter of personal choice. Furthermore, the spins/turns done by the older dancers were barely up on relive' or demi from what I saw; I wonder how much ballet is incorporated/stressed here? (I saw they have a ballet company). Maybe a little more emphasis on ballet would be beneficial. Overall, I was not blown away by any of the performances I watched.

 

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