I feel the need to write a review and share some personal feelings about the Asylum Dance School. My oldest granddaughter loves to dance so when I saw the Asylum Dance school opening up in my neighborhood I decided to register her over the summer for a combo gymnastics class in 2017.She was 5 at that time and although she was hesitant at first about going into the class with Ms Jeana by the end of the summer she loved her class. Ms Jeana would come out and hold her hand, talk to her and off she went into her class with no problem. At that point I had to sign her up for the fall season. Her only complaint was she wanted to dance, not do gymnastics (my fault I know). With that said, I signed her up for combo dance (tap, jazz and ballet) she was in Ms Jeana’s class again which made the transition nice and smooth, so smooth I then added one of my grandsons to the gymnastics roster with Ms Carrie, once there he adjusted very well, met a buddy and had great time.One day while waiting for the class to end, I observed something that I will never forget. One of the students was sitting at the front desk with Mr. Louis and needed help with her homework and wouldn’t you know (while still working mind you) he took the time to help. I knew then, that this was the perfect place for my grandkids. Not only did I see this once, but several times, with different young people, while the child is waiting for their class they are doing homework. It warms the heart to see such a thing, especially with a school this size with many things going on all at once.The students there learn not only the Art of Dance but also several other things that these growing minds need to be reminded of. Things such as being respectful, Mr. Louis will speak to these teenagers in a Calm, Clear voice when their attitudes get the better of them. I must say the Whole Staff is very Professional, Attentive, Caring and Understanding. If one cannot calm a crying student, another one will step in and take over and before the class is over the child is happy, playing and smiling. I Love It.The Recitals are Spectacular/Phenomenal thanks to the whole staff but especially Mr. Greg. I did not know what to expect when my grands had their first recital. The Dance Instructors would allow the grandparents/parents to watch what the students have learned at certain points throughout the school year and that was pretty much where my mind was. I would watch Mr. Greg dance with ease and grace with the students and without but his head would move with every point/stick. The day of the recital versus what I saw in class was incredible, from the costumes to the performances. I did not realize that they housed so many students. The first recital had me yelling for more, students and staff was everywhere, on stage, in the aisle it was amazing, I’m still trying to figure out “How” they managed to provide such an outstanding show for all to see. Talk about Big Things in Small Packages. The second recital (which just ended) was Bigger and Better than then the first. I tell you I don’t know how they did it. To manage so many classes, teams, student solos, it’s just incredible.Now this part is too funny. My second year watching rehearsals begins and as I watch the little ones on stage I find myself in tears (crying), one of the other parents asked me if one of them was mine and I had to respond with a no. I’m not sure what happened, was it the song the little ones was dancing to? Or the hug at the end? Not sure but it was so cute, so sweet. The day of the recital there was a standing ovation for the same performance, it just grabbed everyone, good to see it was not only me this time.This year I was there for both shows and I loved it. I had little ones with me that was getting extremely restless thank goodness for the food bar. The food bar was so reasonable that I was able to calm the little ones and the big ones down between shows. This should never change, its great to not have to leave because the food is so unreasonable, perfect food, perfect prices.