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What the press is saying…

This DVD is such a treasure to the educational dance world. We can only hope for more Petite Feet DVDs in the future.

Chasta Hamilton Calhoun, creator of The Dance Exec and co-owner of Stage Door Dance Productions

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It’s a totally relaxed approach to ballet with heavy emphasis on storytelling and imagination — making it a great introduction for little ones.

Nicole Caccavo Kear, creator of A Mom Amok

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Liz deploys her theatrical background to present stories, enact original songs, and engage little imaginations…with clarity and charm. The colorful, cutout scenery, along with Waldo the Walrus, bring to mind the deliciously bizarre children’s television series, Yo Gabba Gabba.

Nichelle Strzepek, Dance Educator, creator of Dance Advantage

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I just finished watching the DVD and it’s fantastic. It’s funny, fun, age appropriate and educational.

Maria Hanley, Dance Educator and Founder of Maria’s Movers

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Liz is fun to watch and easy to learn from. My daughter has requested her “ballet class” at least once a day, and participated continuously for the entire video. It really holds her attention — something that can be very hard to do!

Jessie Marr, mother and founder of MomVantage

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After watching it once [my daughter] demanded that I re-play the DVD so she could memorize the movements.

Shara Lawrence-Weiss, Mommy Perks

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Petite Feet is the perfect stocking stuffer for any child who loves to dance!

Ellery Garrison, Mom’s Life Made Easy

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I do think someone should make this into a TV series.

Meg Brooker, Isadora Duncan dancer and author of Tunics in Texas

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About Liz Vacco

Since receiving her B.A. in Theatre Studies from Yale, Liz has been a dance, yoga, theater and early childhood educator in New York City and now in Los Angeles. She has taught through the New York City Ballet’s Education Program, as well as at various studios and public schools, while also performing in and choreographing for professional productions.  She has always been a dancer who acts and an actor who dances, and she draws from both of these disciplines in her teaching and performance.  Liz has multiple subject and kinesiology teaching credentials as well as her MA in Education.  In addition to Petite Feet, she works as the Director of Dance Education at Gabriella Charter Schools, public charter schools based in LA where all students dance daily.

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