A popular community organization is joining forces with another local landmark! Sherri O’Donnell’s All That Dancin’ is relocating to the J.J. Ferrara Performing Arts Center, home of the Pennslyvania Theatre of Performing Arts. After successfully operating out of their Church Street location for over 30 years, All That Dancin’ kicks off their next chapter with fall classes at their new Downtown Hazleton, at 212 W. Broad St, Hazleton, PA 18201. The new facility at PTPA features wall to wall studio mirrors, an expanded waiting area for parents and students, and dressing room, and festive and inviting welcome area. ATD specialized in tap, jazz, and ballet while offering classes for ages three through adult, levels beginner through advanced. Class options include 30 minute group classes, hour-long sessions, combo classes, duo/trios, and solos.
“We offer various styles of dance in an educational, low-stress, fun setting!”, as stated by owner, Sherri O’Donnell. “We are excited to get into our new venue, start with a fresh slate, and hopefully welcome some new faces as well!”ATD is well known throughout the community for their fun and engaging performances. O’Donnell travels locally with her students to provide them the opportunity to perform on numerous stages and platforms, and strives to perform at at least 20 events throughout the year. Both O’Donnell and the studio are well-known for their Holiday Tour that takes place annually.
“We work with local organizations to bring exciting entertainment to their events. This is a great opportunity for our students to perform and explore Greater Hazleton.”, continued O’Donnell. Outside of the studio, O’Donnell is a very involved member of the Greater Hazleton community. She recently was named the Membership and Entertainment Coordinator at the prestigious Valley Country Club in Sugarloaf, PA. She recruits and signs members for the organization and schedules exciting weekly entertainment. Additionally, she is employed by Media Center, LLC, a billboard marketing company where she has worked for the last 12 years. Furthermore, O’Donnell is involved with the American Cancer Society, founding the program “Fashion For A Cure”, is an active board member with PTPA, and was most recently earned a seat on the board of directors for the CAN DO Community Foundation. Sherri, her husband Attorney Peter O’Donnell, and their family are prominent members of the local community for decades. Visit the All That Dancin’ Facebook page for additional information or call 570-436-0445 with any additional questions.
All That Dancin' Ribbon Cutting Ceremony, Friday, August 26, 2022, at the JJ Ferrara Performing Arts Center, home of the Pennsylvania Theatre of Performing Arts