Come Dance With Us!!

Imagine a performing arts program that built Jewish girls and women as people first. A program where girls and women found their place to truly fit in and share the vulnerabilities and strengths that make them who they really are. A performing arts program that taught not just technique, but communication and teamwork skills that women and girls would translate into better marriages, better parenting, and greater success at school and at work. Imagine a performing arts program that developed true creativity, original thinking, and self-expression built on confidence from deep inside. Imagine a performing arts program that felt like a family, the best kind of family, a family that nurtures and supports and plays.

This is Rachel Factor’s Jerusalem Center for Performing Arts.

Imagine a performing arts program that built Jewish girls and women as people first. A program where girls and women found their place to truly fit in and share the vulnerabilities and strengths that make them who they really are. A performing arts program that taught not just technique, but communication and teamwork skills that women and girls would translate into better marriages, better parenting, and greater success at school and at work. Imagine a performing arts program that developed true creativity, original thinking, and self-expression built on confidence from deep inside. Imagine a performing arts program that felt like a family, the best kind of family, a family that nurtures and supports and plays.

See Our Studio

Studio 1 – 50 meter studio with ballet barres,  mirrors, sound system and large outdoor patio. 

Studio 2 – 20 meter studio with mirrors, ballet barres and bluetooth speaker.

Studio 3 – Music/Massage Room

Intersted in renting these lovely studios?

Meet the Staff

Lyrical

Lyrical is a form of dance combining several styles including jazz, contemporary and ballet technique to express a meaningful story or relevant theme. The focus of the class is to develop self-confidence and expression while honing proper technique. For English and Hebrew speakers.

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Rachel Factor, Director

Ballet & Pointe

Classical ballet technique combined with healthy self-image can help girls and women develop poise, grace, and tznius. In this class, a complete ballet barre work-up is followed by center work, turns, and grand allegro across the floor. For English and Hebrew speakers.

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Lexie Koh

Rythmic Gymnastics

Rhythmic gymnastics is a beautiful sport that combines work with apparatus – rope, hoop, ball, clubs, and ribbon – and ballet-like poise, as well as requiring advanced flexibility, muscle-strength, and acrobatics. Rhythmic offers a more feminine (indeed, an exclusively female sport worldwide) and artistic approach to athletic skills.It’s practice model develops in the student perseverance, courage, openness to possibilities, and self-confidence. For English and Hebrew speakers.

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Yael Costin

Modern

Modern dance is a form of contemporary theatrical and concert dance employing a special technique for developing the use of the entire body in movements expressive of abstract ideas, positioning and character interpretation.

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Nechama Leah Dahan, (also Private Voice & Violin instruction)

Contemporary

Contemporary dance allows for bodies of all physical capability to participate and to gain from technique. The form also encourages a deepening of one’s understanding of who they are, of how they engage with others, and of their role in this world.You will work with techniques to explore the wonders of our bodies and the breadth of possibility they hold. You will practice release technique (a technique that protects the body by finding ease in movement), floorwork, partnering, improvisation, and even some choreographic tools. In her class you will fit in your workout, find time for mindfulness, challenge yourself, deepen your relationship to yourself, others, and Hashem, and finally, you will find within you your own personal way of expressing your right to dance.

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Gabby Foster, Administrator

Drama

This is a class focused on building self-awareness, communication and teamwork skills, bringing out the best in each girl. Students will work on scenic games, collective creation, physical expression, scene positioning and character interpretation.

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Marina Bari

Schedule

Policies & Fees

Fees & Policies 2020-2021

Tuition Rates:

  • 1.5 hr classes – 2150nis
  • 1.25 hr classes – 1975nis
  • 1 hr classes – 1625nis
  • 1/2 Pointe -1100nis

The price is for enrollment to the program is not paid on a per class price basis. Fees are not pro-rated if you miss class or join late in the year.

Scholarship Fund:

We are not yet sure if there will be a scholarship fund available to us this year. Please do submit your request in the meantime. There are requirements to be met and a scholarship committee has been appointed to review all requests. These are need based scholarships with a limited amount to distribute.

Payment Policies:

  • Student is not registered and cannot participate until forms and signed and tuition is paid.
  • Classes size has currently been downsized based on Covid-19 restrictions so be sure to complete your registration to secure your spot!!
  • Checks should be left blank (we have a stamp). If you feel uncomfortable to leave blank, please check with us to make sure it is filled out correctly. 
  • Cash is accepted in a maximum of 3 installments. Postdated checks are preferred.
  • Credit cards will be accepted!!
  • Students are enrolled and committed for the entire year.

Discontinuation Policies:

  • If a student drops out of the program, money will be refunded less a penalty fee (20% of yearly tuition).
  • Dropping out for a refund must be delivered in writing to avoid discrepancies (best by email for date confirmation). You are not considered dropped out until you deliver the notification in writing.

Please note that class places made available due to discontinuation will be given away to others. Students wishing to hold their place in class must pay even while absent.

Dress Code

  • For all Dance classes: Please wear ALL BLACK from the waist down (skirt, leggings, socks). You can wear any color top. This will promote uniformity and help the study and awareness of dance line.
  • Socks must cover ankles and no skin or skin color should show.
  • Ballet classes require ballet buns (not sponge buns) with hair nets.
  • Socks and hairnets will be provided at a minimal cost at the desk for your convinience and must be purchased if student comes without required dresscode. 

We want to hear from you!!

  • The development of each girl’s growth is of the utmost importance to Rachel. Please email (mrsrachelfactor@gmail.com) or call (054-846-6285)to discuss student related concerns or issues.
  • Please direct all questions regarding payments to acct.jcpa@gmail.com
  • Please direct all scheduling and other secretarial matters to Adell Messner @ 058-322-3744/02-549-0343.
  • If you have any thoughts, suggestions or concerns please put into writing your thoughts and send it to via email: jcpa5776@gmail.comRachel wants to hear from you!!