"Dancing with My Father" Performance at Shore Cultural Centre

Southern Enterprise School of Arts will hold a dance show at Shore Culture Center on August 6, 2016 at 6:30pm with a performance entitled “Dancing With My Father”. The Artistic Director is Beatrice Parker who is the founder of Southern Enterprise School of Arts. The organization is named after her family last name "Southern". Beatrice started Southern Enterprise back in the early 80's when she called it "Southern Charm School". Beatrice's primary focus at that time was modeling. She taught children and adults modeling skills and performed throughout the Cleveland area. In 1998 the school changed its' name to Southern Enterprise School of Arts and was incorporated in 1999 as a non-for profit 501(c) organization.

Beatrice has influenced the lives of many kids throughout the years and have taken them to places to perform such as New York (2009), Playhouse Square (2003), and the Gund Arena (now Quick Loans Arena), Beatrice has choreographed fashion shows for students at DePaul University in Chicago (2009). Beatrice graduated from Lakeland Community College May 9, 2015 and won the 2015 distinguished Student Service Award in the largest graduating class ever at Lakeland. She made front cover of The News Herald.

“Dancing With My Father” performance will take place on August 6th, at 6:30pm, at Shore Cultural Centre, 291 E. 222nd Street, in Euclid, and has a suggested donation of $10.00. You can learn more about the upcoming performance at Shore Cultural Centre and Southern Enterprise by visiting www.southernenterprise.org.

Chris Cipriani

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