Shows / Competitions
Yes, you can dance onstage! Everyone’s invited.
Faberge Follies is famous for the spectacular way we present our students onstage- every single one of them. Nobody does it better! Even 3 year-olds can be beautiful & conﬁdent performing in front of an audience. We’ll teach you how. Everyone can learn.
There are 4 ways you can perform:
This big, year-end revue is held in late June. It’s called Celebration because it’s a lot of fun. It’s where we show off what you learned all year. We like everyone to participate no matter your skill level - even Tumble Bunnies! - because it teaches you so much.
Celebration is just like a Broadway show! This is a full-scale production, complete with props, lighting, costumes, and excitement. It’s held at the Hazleton Area High School Auditorium. All your family & friends are encouraged to come and join the excitement.
2) FABERGE CABARET
If you love performing and you want to do more, you can sign-up for solo lessons and appear in this beautiful show. It’s held in April at the JJ Ferrara Performing Arts Center in Hazleton. It’s smaller and more intimate - like a New York City Cabaret - with singers, dancers, musicians, and smaller acts.
3) SHOW BIZ KIDZ
Want more? You can sign-up to do extra shows throughout the year at special events and nursing homes. For example: In November our Tumble Bunnies become “Santa’s Elves” and escort Mr.Claus into the Laurel Mall. In December we help the local little league raise money with their annual magic show extravaganza. We dance at the Cancer Telethon and at Mohegan Sun - just to name a few. We’ve even performed for the world-famous Harlem Globetrotters.
4) TALENT COMPETITIONS
FIRST EDITION ELITE COMPETITION ENSEMBLE
If you have a competitive spirit and you just love to perform, then sign-up for competitions. Some are right here in Hazleton. Some are “on the road” (Scranton, Allentown, Harrisburg). Some are in other states.
At competitions we see what other wonderful dancers around the country are doing, and we strive to accomplish more. In my twenty years plus of experience I’ve had nothing but positive experiences at dance competitions. It’s brought our art to new heights - and our dancers, too.