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    Park Slope Performing Arts

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    Reviewed by 2020Review
    On 01-Mar-2020
    Subject:  Where are the local business gyms you love?
    Comment:  Ana Costa's capoeira class at Park Slope Performing Arts is great (and class is tiny - we would love more people to play with - Mondays and Thursdays, 7pm.) (January 2020)
    Reviewed by 2020Review
    On 01-Mar-2020
    Subject:  Shoutout: Capoeira class in Windsor Terrace
    Comment:  The capoeira class is continuing in the new year, Monday and Thursday evenings 7-8:30 at Park Slope Performing Arts, a newish studio on the corner of 17th Street and Prospect Park West. (I'm not affiliated, just a fan.) Wear comfortable clothes, a shirt you can tuck in and low soled sneakers - ones without too much traction. More info is here. http://www.anacostafitness.com/capoeira-classes
    Reviewed by 2019Review
    On 01-Mar-2020
    Subject:  Shoutout: Capoeira class in Windsor Terrace
    Comment:  There is one more session of the great capoeira class I've been taking this semester, new at the studio on the corner of 17th Street and Prospect Park West. I knew the teacher, Ana Costa, when she ran a capoeira studio on Flatbush Avenue 15 years ago, and it is a great and small class. The last class of this session is this Thursday, 7-8:30pm. Wear sneakers - the floor is a bit cold. Enter through the blue door on 17th Street. (December 2019)
    Reviewed by 2019Review
    On 01-Mar-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2017 PSP Summer Camp Survey
    Comment:  Program Name: Hogwarts Camp Park Slope Performing Arts Review: My daughter attended this five day camp mod July. She loved Feast on the last day, making the Marauder's Map and playing Quidditch. The first day was horrible weather, one of the rainiest days of the years and they spent it inside. They watched half of the first Harry Potter movie, which my wise 9 year old who finished reading all the books in the series this past school year has seen several times. Her main critique of the camp was that it is for "beginners" of Harry Potter lore. If you could change anything, what would it be? For my child in particular, she prefers to be around older children rather than younger children. I would only sign her up again if there were children her age or older attending the camp. Age of child: 9yrs11mos Based on a Summer 2017 experience
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    On 26-Dec-2015
    Subject:  Shout out for Acrobatic Dance Class
    Comment:  my daughter takes an acro-dance at Park Slope Performing Arts that she really likes.The instructors are lovely, the class is low stress, fun and my daughter seems to be learning a lot from it. Plus she really loves going.The studio is located at 135 Windsor Place off PPW in WT.Thank you for reading this, and hopefully some of your kids will be interested.