Larry Brewer, Artistic Director
If you're looking for professional dance classes in ballet, jazz, modern, and tap, teamed with outstanding performance opportunities, look no further than South Shore Dance. As a premiere dance studio and performing company in northwest Indiana and home to award-winning dancers, instructors, and choreographers, South Shore Dance (SSDA) is founded on the principles of strong work ethic, outstanding discipline, technical expertise and instruction, and a love and passion for dance that embraces students, performers, and audiences alike.
South Shore Dance Alliance is designated a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization. All contributions are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law. To make an online donation, click below:
Monday, September 29 and Saturday, October 4
Cirque Du Jazz: A Nutcracker Tale
Fall Classes are in Session
Registration is still available
SSDA offers a full program of ballet, modern, jazz, urban dance/hip hop, and tap taught by the best dance faculty in the Region.
New to SSDA?
Try three classes for free!
(New Students Only; one coupon per students; must complete classes by September 30, 2014.)
“Urban Pointe Shoes”
This new video featuring Briana Robinson, former SSDA dancer and Juilliard grad, takes a compelling look at the sadness of urban violence and how dance and beauty can help to heal.
Save These Dates:
Summer Intensive performances
TUE SEP 2
First day of classes for the 2014-15
SSDA school year.
See our video,
Also added: Greg Blackmon and Briana Robinson in a summer 2012 NEA performance rehearsal.
SSDA Studio Location
201 N. Griffith Blvd., Griffith, IN
Our studio location is the former Franklin Elementary School at Broad Street and Griffith Blvd, also home of the Griffith YMCA.
SSDA Tshirts are here!
Order here online or
pick one up at the studio.
South Shore Dance Alliance on CBS2 Chicago's Someone You Should Know
SSDA gratefully acknowledges the generous support of many organizations and individuals, the John S. and James L. Knight Donor Advised Fund administered by the Legacy Foundation; South Shore Arts with support from the Indiana Arts Commission, a state agency, and the National Endowment for the Arts; LOK Wishing Tree Foundation; Kappa, Kappa, Kappa; Miller Community Fund; Gary Art Works; Accucraft Imaging; Doug and Joyce Young; Office of Community and School Partnerships Indiana University Bloomington; The Dean and Barbara White Foundation; Bauer Latoza Studios; and Lee Construction, Inc.
South Shore Dance Alliance is designated a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization.
All contributions are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law.
SSDA Correspondence address: 201 N Griffith Blvd, Griffith, IN 46319
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