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Bonnie Schuetz

Owner and Artistic Director

Boni's Dance & Performing Arts Studio Inc

HQ Phone:  (281) 292-6121

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Boni's Dance & Performing Arts Studio Inc

9102 Forest Xing

Spring, Texas,77381

United States

Company Description

Boni's Dance & Performing Arts Studio offers a select program of dance instruction, which includes Ballet, Pointe, Tap, Jazz and Tumbling. Our teachers are specifically trained to instruct with the "personal touch. Students are placed in our program in a divis...more

Background Information

Employment History

Founder and Director

The Woodlands Symphony Orchestra


Director

National League of Junior Cotillions


Affiliations

Class Act Productions

Board Member


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About - Boni's Dance & Performing Arts Studio Inc.

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Bonnie Schuetz
Bonnie Schuetz, Owner and Artistic Director of Boni's Dance and Performing Arts Studio, had a dream of teaching the art and joy of dance to students. Over 30 years ago, she began her dream by teaching in her garage in The Woodlands in 1983. Her dream sparked an explosion that erupted the moment she opened her doors. In 1984, her dream became a reality when she opened her first Boni's location.


www.bonisdance.com

Bonnie Schuetz, better known as Miss Boni, is the owner and director of Boni's Dance and Performing Arts Studio's I (opened in 1984), II, as well as her two performing companies~Boni's En Toure and The Woodlands Dance Company.
Bonnie is also the director of the National League of Junior Cotillions for The Woodlands area and recently won the President's award at the national convention in North Carolina. She is most proud of her recent honor as Hometown Hero. Bonnie is on the Board of Class Act Productions and enjoys choreographing for the company. Blaire Coakley (formerly "Schuetz", also Bonnie's daughter) moved to New York City for 2.5 years where she performed Ballroom and International Latin with a partner from Serbia.


www.magnoliatexas.org

Bonnie Schuetz
9102 Forest Crossing The Woodlands, TX 77381 Ph. 281-292-6121


Boni's Dance & Performing Arts

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Bonnie C. Schuetz - Executive Director


www.dance-teacher.com

Bonnie Schuetz, who directs Boni's Dance & Performing Arts Studio in The Woodlands, Texas, has neatly solved the man-shortage problem while also finding a way to make things easier on her littlest dancers.
In her year-end recitals, she choreographs "Daddy Dances" for the 2- and 3-year-olds. "Their mommies rehearse with them," she explains, "then we do two or three weekend rehearsals where the dads come in. The group might start out onstage on their own, and the daddies come out halfway through the number. They'll partner them-maybe the dad will go down on one knee and the little one will hold a hand, walk around them and end sitting on his knee. Or they might do a fish, or the daddies lift them and do shoulder sits." At the end, Schuetz says, the fathers pick up the little ones and take them offstage, which winds up being both adorable and practical, since it helps reduce the chaos of trying to organize the children backstage. "They don't really dance much, but it's a neat experience for those daddies," she says wistfully. "Sometimes I'll have guys come up to me afterward and say, 'I want to be in the classes where the daddies dance with the daughters.'" Schuetz also uses dads in her senior ballet partnering classes where she might have two dozen girls and not enough boys. "I'll teach them very simple things, a finger turn, a penchée, a promenade. They might get a little bit of pirouettes," she says.


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