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San José Dance Theatre Has Moved!

San José Dance Theatre is excited to announce a move to a larger facility which will allow for continued growth starting this fall! The space is 5,600 square feet, has three studios, viewing areas, lobby, costume room, dressing rooms, restrooms, a large lunch/study room, a green room, air conditioning and heating, and plenty of free parking all around the building. It is conveniently located at the Brokaw exit of 880, near the Junction Fry’s Electronics.

A special thanks to our Production Director, Lee Forbes, and to all of the volunteers who helped us with the move. We couldn’t have done it without every one of you!

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 Announcing the New Professional Training Division

San José Dance Theatre is excited to announce the launch of its Professional Training Division, directed by SJDT alumna, Brooke Nicholson, beginning August 2016. The San José Dance Theatre Professional Training Division offers advanced instruction for those students planning a professional dance career. Open to students ages 10+, this full day training program will focus on advancing the student’s technique and artistry through a diverse curriculum.

Students interested may submit a video audition (adagio, pirouette, petite and grand allegro, & variation) and application here.  Contact the Professional Training Division Director, Brooke Nicholson, at brooke@sjdt.org with any questions.


Come Dance With Us!

Email Artistic Director, Linda Hurkmans at Linda@sjdt.org for more information

Video highlighting San José Dance Theatre in 2015 as well as the 50th production of The Nutcracker.

San Jose Dance Theatre was invited by the Montalvo Arts Center to perform an excerpt of The Nutcracker
and educational presentation for school children in 2015.

Congratulations to San Jose Dance Theatre dancers for being accepted into the prestigious programs:
The Kirov Academy of Ballet, Washington D.C., ABT New York, Bolshoi Ballet, Houston Ballet, Alonzo King LINES Ballet, and North Carolina School of the Arts