Teresa has been operating The Bowman School of Dance since September of 1983. She received her masters degree from Temple University’s noted dance department after earning her Bachelor of Arts degree from LaSalle University. Aside from heading her studio, Teresa continues to choreograph and perform in the Philadelphia & New York area. She has choreographed numerous musicals including: Godspell, Once Upon A Mattress, Music Man, Bye Bye Birdie, King and I, Sound of Music, Fiddler On The Roof, Baby, West Side Story, 42nd Street, Anything Goes, Grand Hotel, Seesaw, Camelot, Crazy for You, Rent, Carousel, Tommy, and Merrily We Roll Along. Teresa Andris is the founder and current president of The Young Dancer’s Association Inc. College Scholarship Fund. She is the director of The Ballet Project and The Tap Project, and served as Chairperson of the Cherry Hill Arts Advisory Board under mayor Susan Bass Levin. Teresa has produced, directed, and choreographed for numerous concerts, festivals, and charity events in the tri-state area. Ms. Andris is an independent choreographer and guest teacher in addition to working with her award winning company, The Teresa Andris Dancers. Her choreography has been performed at prestigious venues including: Avery Fisher Hall at Lincoln Center in NYC, Carnegie Hall in NYC, The Kennedy Center in Washington DC., and in most of the major venues in Philadelphia.
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South Jersey's finest in an all around dance studio, our faculty is highly qualified and experienced in both performing, and teaching. Guest teachers are scheduled to teach throughout our dance season.
Dance classes are offered during the summer months for preschool through professional in all disciplines. Registration begins in May.
The Summer Dance Project
Four and five week arts programs held in residence at The Bowman School of Dance.
The Bowman School of Dance is a respected leader in dance education for boys and men. Classes are now forming. Please call for information.
Ballet Class: Pink tights, solid black leotard, and pink ballet slippers. Pink legwarmers and black skirts for upper levels with approval. Hair must be worn in a bun.
Boys should wear black dance pants, white T-shirt, and black or white ballet slippers.
Tap & Jazz Class: Leotard and tights in any complimentary colors and appropriate shoes for class level. Dance pants or sweats for boys & men.
Students will not be permitted to take class if they are not dressed properly. Dress code goes into effect immediately for former and new students.