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Project Moves Auditions 6/14

Project Moves Auditions 6/14

Project Moves Auditions Thursday, 6/14/2018

4-5pm ages 7-9

5-6:30pm age 10-12

6:30-8:30 age 13 & over

Audition Application 


Thoughtful guidance is given to every dancer by a diverse and unique faculty that cares.

Although technical classes include: Ballet, Modern, Jazz, Contemporary, Tap, Musical Theater, Hip Hop, Conditioning, Pilates and a few other things here and there, most students gain much more than dance training from Project Moves.

Our dancers are unique in their maturity; dancers demonstrate a respect for their art, their teachers and each other. By promoting excellence, passion and risk taking, this unique program provides a solid foundation for any young person, whether their future includes a career as a dance artist or not.

Project Moves currently nourishes the souls of nearly one hundred young artists from all over Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut.

Project Moves Primary

Ages 7 – 10*

Designed with a youthful spirit in mind this program is the cross roads between the Classics division and the MOVES program. Young dancers that demonstrate a natural sense of rhythm, grace, technical abilities and potential are placed in this program to train in a more professional classroom setting. In a caring, yet structured environment, the main focus is Ballet basics as well as proper training in Jazz and Tap.

Students study twice a week, 2 hours each day.

Project Moves Junior

Ages 10 – 13*

Dancers that excel technically with the passion, dedication and desire to pursue serious dance training are selected through auditions and class evaluations. Intensive ballet and modern (Horton and Limon technique) along with jazz and tap classes provide an unparalleled foundation for these young dance artists.

Students study 3-4 days weekly, 1-3 hours each day.

Project Moves Senior

Ages 13+*

Students considering dance at the college and professional level are immersed in the technical and performance training required by today’s leading universities, choreographers and companies. Students in this program develop the versatility to perform a range of work and learn the practices and principles needed for success as a dance artist.

Students study 3-6 days, 8-12 hours weekly.

*Ages may vary


Full-time tuition ranges from $100.00 – $350.00 monthly as programs are specifically designed for the particular dancer’s needs.

Visit Project Moves Website

Audition Application

Choreographer Billy Griffin from New York talks about working with Project Moves

Choreographer Tyce Diorio from Los Angeles talks about working with Project Moves

Recent Project Moves Performances and Alumni

During the past few years the Project Moves Dance Company has had a very busy performance schedule appearing on ABC’s Dancing with the Stars, performing live in N.Y.C., Boston, and at The Fire Island Dance Festival, and bringing their message of acceptance and hope to high schools across New England.

The rigorous training, discipline, and professionalism our faculty instills in our students and the incredible performance opportunities unique to Project Moves has led alumni to The Juilliard School, The Ailey School, Tisch School of the Arts, SUNY Purchase, University of the Arts, Marymount Manhattan College, Point Park University, Princeton University, School of American Ballet, North Carolina School of the Arts, and to receive fellowships from the Baryshnikov Arts Center.

In addition to studying at these prestigious colleges and universities, many alumni are currently working in the most sought after dance roles and companies in the country. Alum Kenny Wormald starred as Ren McCormick in Paramount Pictures 2011 release of Footloose, 12-year-old Noah Parets stared as “Billy” in the national tour of Broadway’s Billy Elliot, David and Jacob Guzman are appeared in the Disney’s hit Broadway show Newsies, Katie Kozul and Jules Joseph can be seen with one of America’s leading concert dance companies Hubbard Street and both Kyle Robinson and Rory Freeman appeared in the national tour of the Shaping Sound Dance Company. Currently you can see David Guzman in the hit show Hamilton and his twin brother Jacob in Fiddler on the Roof on Broadway.


Summer Recreational Program

Summer Recreational Program

Registration Now Open

A Recreational Program for various age groups as a Summer Camp option.
The focus is on the joy of dancing with a variety of dance styles being offered.

Register Now

Creative Movement Summer

Ages 3 – 4

Wednesdays June 6 – July 18 4-4:45pm $80.00

Through this program, boys and girls gain a sense of joy and accomplishment. Sharing this positive experience with their peers, students gain an understanding of teamwork that positively benefits and influences their everyday lives.


Song, basic ballet and tumbling are used to help engage students’ attention and imagination.

Kindercombo Summer

Ages 5 – 6

Wednesdays June 6 – July 18 4:45-5:45pm $85.00

For over fifty years, this has been one of the most successful programs at The GOLD School.


Children learn the correct disciplines of the ballet barre, ballet positions, body alignment and center floor work. Students develop a sense of rhythm and musicality through the basics of tap dance. As the finishing touch, young dancers are also introduced to the exhilarating world of Jazz Dance.

Primary Summer

Ages 7–9

Wednesdays June 6 – July 18 4-5:30pm $125.00

Our signature Combo Classics Program allows dancers to attend one class a week incorporating the fundamental teachings of three different genres: Ballet, Tap and Jazz. In an environment that builds self-esteem and confidence, parents are assured their child will develop necessary life tools that extend far beyond the classroom.

Intermediate Summer

Ages 10–13

Wednesdays June 6 – July 18 4:15-6:30pm $180.00

Our signature Combo Classics Program allows dancers to attend one class a week incorporating the fundamental teachings of three different genres: Ballet, Tap and Jazz. In an environment that builds self-esteem and confidence, parents are assured their child will develop necessary life tools that extend far beyond the classroom.

Hip Hop Summer

Ages 7-11

Thursdays June 7 – July 12 4-5pm $85.00

Ages 12 and up

Thursdays June 7 – July 12 5-6pm $85.00

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Project Moves Freedom

Project Moves Freedom

Saturday, April 7, 7:30pm & Sunday, April 8, 2:00pm
King Philip Regional High School
201 Franklin St., Wrentham MA
FREE wristband and tickets for all kids at the door
Adults $25.00 click here to purchase


Fall 2017 Registration is Now Open

Fall 2017 Registration is Now Open

At The Gold School our mission is to provide a safe and encouraging environment for girls and boys to explore their creativity through dance. 

Our staff of esteemed professional dancers offers exceptional dance instruction for children and young adults in ballet, jazz, tap, hip-hop, classical and modern dance.

Join us for our 54th dance season >class info

Tyeri Morrison National Arts Award

Tyeri Morrison National Arts Award

BROCKTON – The first years of his life were not easy, but young dancer Tyeri Morrison pulled himself up to join the ranks of actresses Viola Davis, singer Josh Groban, and ‘Orange is the New Black’ creator Jenji Kohan.

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TGS Promo Video

TGS Promo Video

A picture is worth a thousand words! Watch the above video to see why kids of all ages love The Gold School. 

Here’s to another 54 years of Happy Kids!

Keep smiling and keep on dancing!

Project Moves in Concert Photos

Project Moves in Concert Photos

To all our dancers and families in Project Moves, thank you for an incredible year!

To all the teachers and choreographers Denise Cecere, Jennifer DeMattia Conidi, Kellie Grant McGrath, Katie Kozul, Nailah Randall-Bellinger, Rennie Gold, Larry Sousa, Billy Griffin, and Angie Conte thanks for sharing your heart and art with these amazing kids.

And, Jean Amos thanks for holding it all together for all of us.

Together we are making the world a better place.


Photo by Jason Greenleaf

PMDC Summer Performances

PMDC Summer Performances

Cape Dance Festival July 24 12:00-1:00pm

An all-new feature of the Cape Dance Festival is our “Family Week” program. This 45-minute performance will be part of the Family Equity Council’s  “Family Week”, the largest annual gathering of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer-identified parents and their families in the world. 

Free for childern 18 and under when accompanied by a adult.

Click here for tickets

When Sunday, July 24, 2016 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM (EDT) Where Province Lands Visitor Center Amphitheater – 171 Race Point Road, Provincetown, MA 02657


“Project Moves In Concert” August 12, 2016, 7:30pm Oliver Ames High School, 100 Lothrop St., North Easton, MA Features new works and the best of the best from their exciting and moving repertoire. ALL KIDS FREE adult tix $25.00 click here to order online.

16-17 Fall Registration now open!

16-17 Fall Registration now open!

Registration is now open click here for class overview and registration.

Since it’s founding in 1964 by Sherry Gold, The GOLD School has sustained a remarkable reputation as an institution committed to dancers of all ages and abilities.

Acclaimed for her devotion to the consistent growth and evolution of dance education, Mrs. Gold’s pioneering philosophies solidified the foundation that five decades later still serves an ever growing community of young dance artists.

In 1996, the richness of her legacy was passed to a new generation under the leadership of Gold’s son, Rennie. While maintaining the school’s core values and commitment to quality, the last decade has seen Mr. Gold relentlessly pursue ground-breaking new programs that have propelled the school to the forefront of dance education.