The Spotlight Difference, for 24 Years!
For the past 24 years, Spotlight has offered dance and performing arts classes for students ages 3 to adult. We foster a caring, learning atmosphere, and our instructors are well educated in all dance & musical theater techniques.
If you’re taking classes for the first time or for many years, we have a class designed just for you. We take time to discuss each student’s proper class placement, evaluate their progress, and help them to achieve their individual goals.
Our studio location in Mentor, Ohio, is designed for the parents and our students. We have four state-of-the-art class rooms with large viewing windows for parents to observe our instruction and choreography. Stop by for a visit, or call for a personal appointment.
– New Broadway Style Jazz Classes!
– More Combo & Hip Hop Classes!
– More Lyrical/Contemporary Class Options!
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Registration for our Fall Session is Now Available!
3 ways to register for classes
(online, over the phone, or in person)
Open Houses for New Students
Tour our dance studio, meet the teachers, register for classes
– Wednesday, August 22 (4pm-8pm)
– Thursday, August 23 (4pm – 8pm)
Fall Session starts Tuesday, September 4, 2018
Introducing our newest faculty member, Broadway star, Brandon Leffler!
We are excited to announce that Broadway dancer/choreographer, Brandon Leffler, will be joining the staff at Spotlight Dance Center. Brandon will be teaching his unique style of Broadway and Theater Jazz to our Students.
Brandon’s resume is very impressive. He was most recently seen dancing with the Broadway company of Wicked. He has also served as a Dance Instructor and Choreographer at Broadway Dance Center in New York City.
Broadway and Off Broadway credits include: On The Town, Cinderella, Wicked, Trip of Love, Fanny, and The Golden Apple. Brandon has toured the U.S.A with Wicked, A Chorus Line, and Cats.
T.V. credits include: 30 Rock, Ally McBeal, Saturday Night Live, Gossip Girl, the Tony Awards, and the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.