We have dance classes for kids and adults alike! See our class schedule for ballet, jazz, tap, contemporary, broadway acting, and more!



Theatre Camp

PPAC’s week-long camps are in high demand for good reason!  Each week kids write, rehearse and perform a completely unique mini-musical based on the assigned theme for that camp.  Past themes include superheroes / mad scientist / ice world / lost island / sea cruise and much more!

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Dance Classes

We offer dance classes for all ages and skill levels. Whether you’re exploring the recreational side of dance, seeking a fun way to stay fit and active, or striving to perfect your technique at a higher level, .  Our year culminates with a Spring Recital in which most of our classes participate.

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Dance Team

Since performing is the ultimate joy for many dancers, we offer our more dedicated dancers the opportunity to join PPAC’s Dance Team, Xtreme Motion.  The team offers multiple performing opportunities throughout the year including community service, events, as well as regional competitions.

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The Pucci Performing Arts Center (PPAC) has been an established dance school in Livingston, NJ for the past 6 years. Many PPAC students have performed on Broadway as well as with regional theater companies.

Our mission:  Pucci Performing Arts Centre is dedicated to bringing professional dance and theater instruction to Essex County.  Our goal is to reach both eager and hesitant dancers in the community and provide a social and creative outlet as well as a uniting and integrating experience with other dancers. PPAC’s original programs and classes aim to reach clients of different backgrounds and interests and show them the joy and power of dance.

Our location is located near the center of Livingston Town Center, with ample parking and easy access to local shopping. On the inside of the studio, you’ll find spacious rooms for your dancers as well as a comfortable Parent’s waiting area.

PPAC Director, Kathy Pucci remarks, “Many Parents and children appreciate dance and want to gain more knowledge of the art form.  At PPAC we believe that the study of dance develops habits of curiosity and inquiry in students, supporting their overall cognitive growth by bridging learning experiences within the school and life experiences outside of school.

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Paul Siegel Photography