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Community Outreach

August 2013 marked the first DanceVision Dance Camp (DVDC), a week-long free dance camp for children from Trenton's HomeFront. Campers were exposed to different genres of dance including ballet, tap, hip hop, and modern. Other activities included crafts, lectures on dance history, lessons in stage make up, and costume creation. This camp was made possible due to a generous grant from the Church & Dwight Employee Giving Fund.

DanceVision Dance Camp



DanceVision’s annual DanceFest is a celebration of dance. The entire community is invited to participate in lessons and watch performances in various styles of dance including salsa, bollywood, tap, hip-hop, ballet, and line-dancing. Children can enjoy games and dance-themed crafts. DanceVision invites local organizations such as HomeFront to attend fundraisers, community events, and performances at no charge. DanceFest is held locally each spring.



Princeton Dance for Parkinson

Announcing new

PDP classes

Merwick Care & Rehabilitation Center (Near the University Medical Center of Princeton)
100 Plainsboro Road, Plainsboro, NJ, 609-531-4667
Thursday, November 7 at 10am
Thursday, December 12 at 10am
Email info@dancevisionnj.org for more information


PDP classes will resume at the Plainsboro Municipal Building in January 2014. Stay tuned for details.

If you are interested in hosting Princeton Dance for Parkinson classes at your facility, please email info@dancevisionnj.org.

About PDP

In January 2011, DanceVision partnered with The Parkinson Alliance to bring John Heginbotham and David Leventhal - lead teachers of the Dance for Parkinson's Disease program founded by Mark Morris - to Central New Jersey to host a master class of their innovative dance program. The class empowers those afflicted with Parkinson’s disease, their partners, caregivers, and friends to enjoy movement, music, and dance. This was the first class of its kind in New Jersey, and DanceVision has made Princeton Dance for Parkinson classes a recurring event. Visit the PDforParkinson page of our website for more information on this ongoing series.

For more information, please contact mariesnyder@dancevisionnj.org, or call 609-520-1020.

Princeton Dance for Parkinson's

Dance As a Necessary Component of Education (D.A.N.C.E)


D.A.N.C.E. is the dance education program of DanceVision. Experienced dancers, choreographers, and dance educators offer a tested and proven dance education program to New Jersey school districts, which meets national standards for dance educationDanceVision has conducted a number of D.A.N.C.E. residencies in New Jersey public schools. If you are interested in having this wonderful program in your school, email info@dancevisionnj.org today!

DanceVision, Inc. • (Located at Princeton Dance and Theater Studio) • 116 Rockingham Row, Princeton, NJ 08540 • 609-520-1020 •  info@dancevisionnj.org