A new dance studio opens its doors in Adrian
The Adrian Journal is pleased to introduce the newest business on Main Street - Midwest Performing Arts Center (MPAC). Founded on July 1, 2013, Owner and Instructor Tyler King is here to help kids find themselves and express themselves as individuals and as dancers. Tyler, often referred to as Ty, said: “MPAC offers tiny 2’s and 3’s, jazz, tap, hip hop, adult hip hop, zumba, pom, lyrical, modern and ballet. Dancers can participate in recreational and competition teams. MPAC is a place where the kids can come and have fun, be friendly, make friends and become a family, while working hard, expressing themselves through dance and setting goals to strive for."
Tyler has been dancing on a competitive dance team since the age of six. He has danced with multiple studios, including The Dance Craze with Jenny Welcher when in Olathe, KS. Ty has competed all over the United States competing in regional and national competitions, doing conventions and working with choregraphers such as Sonya and Shane Sparks, Tokyo and many others. He has won many awards through the years such as: defending national champion in Las Vegas; Most Valuable Dancer at nationals in Orlando, FL; Mr Dance; Dancer of the Year and many others.
Midwest Performing Arts Center is hosting an Open House this Friday, August 23rd. Come up to the studio on Main Street in Adrian and visit with Ty and sign up for what is sure to be a wonderful year of dance. For questions before or after the Open House, call Ty at 720-357-8722 or via email at email@example.com.
Pictured: The Dance Craze dancers teamed up to help The Midwest Performing Arts Center make its debut in Adrian during the 4th of July parade. Front row: Taylor Edmiston, Jaylee Welcher, Ashlee Burris, Hollie Kloser, Brianna Greene. Back row: Kim Dennison, Brantley Dennison, Jayke Welcher, Drew Burris, Owner and Instructor Tyler King. (submitted)
see the August 22 issue of The Adrian Journal for the full story