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Posts filed under: Dance

  • Zahara Saintyl Post
Who is Zahara Saintyl? When students do great things at Prodigy, we want to let you know about it. Proudly we want to introduce you to Zahara Saintyl. A dancer, actor & budding singer at Prodigy, Zahara is poised to...
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  • Competition Audition Post
Are You Ready To Audition? We’re holding our annual Team Prodigy audition on November 18th. This year there’s a couple of exciting twists! We’re looking for dancers who like to compete between the ages of 4 to 17 years old....
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  • Prodigy Dollars Post
Earn Prodigy Dollars By Practicing We’ve introduced a new form of currency at Prodigy! Prodigy Dollars are a way for students to earn a reward for all their hard work of practice and performance. In addition to performance incentives, students...
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  • Roger Waters Post
Prodigy To Perform with Roger Waters of Pink Floyd UPDATE!!!!! We’ve got some exciting news to tell! Concert Promoter AEG Live has reached out to us to be included in a performance happening SATURDAY at the newly renovated NYCB Live....
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  • Prodigy Summer Post 3
Make Your Summer Exciting After a fun school year, summer activities at Prodigy are in full swing. No need to sit home or miss out on fun with friends. We’re doing lots of fun things that will make your summer...
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  • Prodigy Arts Camp Fun While Learning 2
Prodigy Arts Camp Makes Being An Artist Fun We’re excited to showcase our camps for this summer. Prodigy Arts Camp was a lot of fun before, but now we’ve turned the fun up! This year we’re unveiling THREE great camp...
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  • melanie and paul at kar
Team Prodigy Is A Unified Group We are so proud to announce the Team Prodigy members for 2017. Members were chosen because of their skill, potential to become better dancers and their ability to work together with their fellow team...
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  • competition season 1
Are U Ready To Compete? Let me give you the bad news first. The summer’s over. Yep, no more lazy days of theme parks and hanging out. For kids at school there will be less late night and way more...
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  • learning to move and moving to learn
DEVELOPING MOTOR SKILLS BY LEARNING TO MOVE Whether reaching for a nose, lifting a head during tummy time, clapping, rolling over, sitting up, crawling, or (gasp!) walking, your baby exerts tireless hours to learning to move. Children grow up fast,...
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