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Pony Box Academy

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From youth classes to university, professional dancers to first-time movers, Pony Box’s stellar faculty will teach students of all ages how to connect with their bodies, explore their creativity and discover the joy of movement. Online and In-Person classes offered.
Our “Academy” classes support our Best Foot Forward and Dance Renewal Project community programs, which provide professional dance instruction in a variety of settings for those who are not able to afford classes.

If you are interested in booking us to teach, then please contact:

Youth Classes

 Discover the joy of dance in our creative movement classes tailored for ages 4-7! Led by our experienced instructors and artists, our 45-minute sessions bring basic ballet and modern dance vocabulary to life in a fun and engaging way for your child.

Customize your child's dance journey with us. Contact us to arrange a private small group class for your child and their friends, and let the dance adventures begin!

To learn more about joining or creating a class for your child, please email

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Join us for an open-level contemporary class led by company member and master teaching artist - Carl Ponce Cubero.

This class is designed to build & strengthen in community. All individuals and levels are welcome and encouraged!

Groove with Carl
Abrons Art Center

Thank you to everyone who joined us in September & October! Stay tuned for more class dates soon.

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Masterclasses & Residencies

Add excitement to your semester by allowing your students to experience workshops with our incredible team of male-identifying performers. We offer a whole array of classes for college students including:

Dance Making (composition)
Technique (Modern Dance, Contemporary, Jazz, Ballet, Latin Social and Hip Hop)
Funding for Dance Makers
Conditioning for Dancers

In addition we can create a work for your specifically for your students.


Lecture Demonstrations

Our assemblies and lecture demonstrations provide an introduction to the art of dance making, the creative act of choreography, meeting the National Standards for Dance.

These one-time events can include live dance experiences, video showings, lecture demonstrations, discussions and pre- and or post- performance classes, as well as teachers guides with follow up lessons.

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