Lincoln Park Dance Company
Guiding Artistic Futures
The Lincoln Park Dance Company (L.P.D.C.) is a non-profit organization and serves to provide the members of the community at large with educational and performance opportunities exploring the arts; focusing on the traditional forms of dance and the performing arts of various cultural dance traditions. The company operates in cooperation with the City of Lincoln Park Parks and Recreation Department. The dance program has been under the direction of Lisa Allai-Stop since 1997.
The Lincoln Park Dance Company provides numerous performance opportunities for the participants including an annual recital, Christmas performance and various other events throughout the year. We encourage the community to invite us to your next event as we are most happy to perform at community events, fairs, hospitals and convalescent homes.
Why Choose Lincoln Park Dance Company?
Here at the Lincoln Park Dance Company (LPDC), we believe in providing an environment that is fun and inviting to all who participate while maintaining an optimum learning environment. We want you to feel a part of our dance community and family.
We set high standards for ourselves and our students. Our staff is engaged in regular classes, continually learning and attending workshops and other professional development activities to stay on top of all that is current in the dance world.
LPDC strives to provide various outside opportunities to enrich our students. We frequently bring in guest artists and teachers to our program. In the past, we have been privileged to have artists such as Chloe Arnold, Valery Lantratov, Alicia Smith, Julie Gervais, Aaron Smith, Amy Guilamette, Justin Alsena, Brandon (SKilz) Burton and numerous others in our studio as guest teachers. We believe it is important as students progress, to provide experiences with different teachers, various techniques and styles.
Our dancers have performed all over the area and nation including the Michigan Renaissance Festival, Detroit’s Second City Stage, Orchestra Hall and at the Citrus Bowl Stadium as part of the halftime show for the Champs Collegiate Bowl Game.