Welcome to Dance Studio 3-D!
Dance Studio 3-D doesn't create dancers, it reveals them. Stretch by stretch, leap by leap, the dancer emerges. The art form of dance can be the catalyst to setting your inner dancer free.
Studio 3-D's objective in teaching is not only to impart the correct techniques in the art of dance but also to have the students experience the enjoyment of learning with a feeling of self-satisfaction, and a sense of accomplishment. Although some students may go on to seek a career in dance, Studio 3-D is less interested in molding professional dancers, than in shaping disciplined, respectful, gracious and dedicated young people who also develop a love and appreciation for the art.
Studio 3-D is recognized for a positive educational environment, an active role in the community, and a contributor to the exposure to the arts for students and their families.
Robert began taking classes at Studio 3-D at the age of 7 and continued through his senior year of high school. This is the start of his fifth year as an instructor for the Stagebound and contemporary classes. Currently pursing a Bachelor of Music degree in Percussion Performance and a Minor in Dance Performance at the University of Wisconsin. Studio 3-D has always been a home away from home and honored to now be on the faculty.
As founder and director of Studio 3-D, Debbie is celebrating 35 years teaching the art form of dance. Debbie has been a member of Dance Masters of Wisconsin and Chicago National Association of Dance Masters for 26 years.
Haley has been with Debbie since the beginning. She started dancing at Studio 3-D when she was 4 years old and started demonstrating at 11. Through the years she has had the opportunity to be a part of experiences such as CNADM, UW summer invitationals, guest teachers, and masterclasses. On top of teaching some of her favorite dance styles, Haley is studying interior design and will graduate in 2021.
Joey Rockman is a junior at the University of Wisconsin-Madison pursing a BM in Trumpet Performance and a Certificate in Dance Performance. While at UW, he has performed in student dance concerts and Jim-Wen Yu's "Page 20" Joey has been teaching at Studio 3-D since 2015 and loves sharing the art of dance with his students.