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News Updates

Welcome to 2023! We begin our Winter Schedule of classes on Monday, January 2nd.

New dancers may begin at any time, as long as there is room in the class in which you are interested. And, while we are still masking, supervising adults may now come into the studio to drop off and pick up their young dancers.

You might note two changes to our winter schedule. We've added another Second Wind class on Wednesday mornings from 9 - 10 am. This class is free for adults 65 and older and funded through the Pamela Trokanski Dance Theatre as part of their Dance as Wellness community programming. 


We've also added an Intro To Dance class, for ages 4 and older, on Saturdays with Ms. Cece!

In addition, please note that there are 3 different holidays that happen during the winter session, Including MLK Day, January 16... We celebrate with dance and all of our classes run as scheduled.

What's Next?

The 2023 Davis Dance Project is coming!

Save the dates - Saturday, February 25, and Sunday, February 26, we'll be creating unique works of art in concert with local musicians, choreographers, and poets! Funded by both the Davis Arts & Culture Grant Fund of the Yolo Community foundation, an affiliate of the Sacramento Region Community Foundation and the Pamela Trokanski Dance Theatre, children 12 and younger come for FREE and all other tickets are discounted to $10. We want to make this concert fun and affordable for all!

Screenwriting & Acting Classes return to the Dance Workshop in March 2023!

Award-winning screenwriter Sterling Anderson returns with Lamondo Hill to offer not only beginning and advanced on-camera acting classes for television and film, but Sterling will be opening up a class in screenwriting! Stay tuned for more details!

Safety protocol updates:

For those of you wondering about any changes in the mask mandate,  we want to remind everyone that we still have safety protocols in place, including masking and using hand sanitizer. Yes, everything is moving in the right direction but since we're actually in a Tripledemic with Flu, RSV, and Covid, we're trying to keep everyone as healthy as possible... also especially as, in our situation, many people are dancing together in an enclosed space and exercising.

Importantly, if you or your child has been ill or exposed to someone who is sick with Covid, they may not attend class onsite, until after they and/or the person in the house have self-isolated for 10 days and have tested negative. (More specific details are listed on our Covid policies document)

Also, importantly, if you or your child has a cold or other illness, it is important that you still stay home. Remember the old days, before the pandemic? We still asked people to stay home if they were sick. It might be just a "little cold" for your child but no one else wants it. What is the saying? Germs are the one thing we don't want to share.

Thank you for helping us keep ALL of our dancers healthy!


Please remember that it is important that you have saved space by confirming with the office if you are planning to take a class at the studio. (Also, you must have a signed Covid Policies Release Form on file.) If you are a registered tuition student, we are already saving a place for you so you don't need to call in every week. If you are using a dance card or want to do a paid single, then calling the office at 530-756-3949 is the easiest way to make sure there's a space for you in class! Students who are new to us should give the office at least 3 hours notice before coming to the studio.

Our Office hours are:

Monday - Thursday, 3:00 pm - 8:00 pm

We also have morning hours on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays, from 9:00 am-Noon.

The Pamela Trokanski Dance Theatre would like to remind our community that we offer free classes for people with Parkinson's Disease through our  Dance For Parkinson's program.

For information, on the Dance for Parkinson's classes including times and how to register, please get in touch with Robin Carlson at

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