Dance

Blending classical and contemporary training, Valor’s dance program offers students a chance to grow in skill, character and heart. Our four level program culminates in Veritas, a unique audition based dance company that synthesizes dance with ministry and service. Enjoy some samples of our student production and class work!

Dance Articles

Veritas PUSH Review

  Veritas Dance Company blew audiences away during their Friday and Saturday performances of PUSH held in the Valor Center.  Accompanied by Valor Symphonics and soloists Elly Shane, Mary Claytor, Pristine Floyd, Lindsey Hutcheon and Aly Estes, the show was both compelling and inspiring to all in attendance.  As the audience was led along the… [more]

PUSH: Veritas and Symphonics Take On Bullying

Bullying in all of its forms is a hot topic in schools around the nation, and the upcoming Veritas and Valor Symphonics production, PUSH, tackles this issue head-on through a dazzling multimedia production. The production follows three individuals, all at first inherently ‘good’, whose paths are manipulated by angelic and demonic forces that influence the… [more]

VERITAS DANCERS SPEAK WITH 7NEWS ABOUT BULLYING

  Veritas dancers Caitlyn Koerner and Jayda Hinds met with the 7news team this morning to discuss bullying awareness among teenagers and to speak about their upcoming dance show, PUSH. The Show aims to shine light and hope on the issue of bullying and the Veritas girls are passionate about inspiring teenagers that have been… [more]

Footloose Promotional Film – Everybody Cut Footloose!

Footloose is a dynamic Broadway musical based on the 1980s movie staring Kevin Bacon. Valor Arts produced it to have fun and to tell the redemptively heroic story of a young man struggling to rise above loss. The collaboration of dance, music and acting made for a rich experience for sold out audiences.

Valor Vespers – (Un)Cubed Highlights

Do we put God in a box? Un-Cube Him! Vespers (Un)Cubed was an inspiring evening celebrating the joy of our Father’s love for us. Using personal video stories, acting, music, dance, and hoop-work vignettes, student performers told stories of people who have learned to embrace the gifts God has given to us!