FAQ


For your convenience, our most common customer questions are answered right here.

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Do you have an annual recital?
Yes, our annual recital is held at the Gretchen Nelson Scott Fine Arts Center in May. As recital time approaches, you will receive recital memos that will provide you with information on costumes, pictures, tickets, dress rehearsals and the big night.

Where is your studio located?
Our dance studio was located on the third floor of the First Presbyterian Church educational building. Due to Hurricane Michael, we are temporarily located at High Praise Worship Center in Callaway & Roberts Hall in Lynn Haven. High Praise is located at 7124 FL-22 Panama City FL 32404. Roberts Hall is located at 831 Florida Ave Lynn Haven FL 32444.

What kinds of dances can I learn?
We currently offers classes in Classical Ballet, Pointe, Jazz, Tap, Lyrical, Contemporary, Hip Hop, Acrobatics, and Musical Theater. Boys are welcome to take any of our dance classes.

What makes your teachers different?
Our teachers are experienced, professional adults who excel in their specialty areas of dance. We attend master classes on a regular basis so that we, as teachers, remain proficient in our art.
Student Teachers‎: Some classes may have student demonstrators or assistants, but your child will not have a high school student as a teacher. He/she will be taught by an experienced adult.

How much is the registration fee?
The registration fee is $20 per family

How much do lessons cost?
$50 per month for the first class and 50% off for additional classes

Sibling discount = $10 off the first class

Ask us about an active duty military discount!


Why Audience of One Dance?
You have many dance studios to choose from in Panama City. What makes us different is that we are not just a dance school with a great dance program; we are a dance ministry. It is our sincere desire that with each movement or step, we glorify God. You will not find two piece or skimpy costumes, or offensive music in our annual dance recital. All music and costumes used in class and recitals are modest and age appropriate. Your child will receive a high quality dance education in a positive environment.