Culture Shock Dance Education. Troops undergo intensive training to develop their dance skills. Dancers must attend weekly rehearsals, typically 5 to 7 hours per week. These then provide an excellent training ground for individual development and a foundation for a career in dance.
Culture Shock’s current and former dancers work as a team to train the youth groups. The young troupes benefit from the inspiration and assistance of Culture Shock’s experienced dancers. They offer young dancers a clear path of development and goals to achieve.
Our professional troupe provides dancers with rigorous dance education, training, and paid performance opportunities. They also have the chance to dance in many high-profile events. The tremendous respect this troupe has earned in the arts community nationwide is kept alive by the hard work and dedication of every Culture Shock dancer past and present.
Culture Shock® San Diego provides full and partial scholarships to promising dancers in the Future Shock, Mighty Shock and Mini Shock troupes. Scholarships qualify based on the dancer’s needs and merit. These scholarships allow disadvantaged young people to participate in dance activities and meet other dance enthusiasts.