Amira Dance Productions

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Amira Dance Productions is Wichita’s longest-running, community dance studio offering instruction and performances in cultural world dance styles, such as bellydancing (including new American forms), East Indian, hula/Tahitian, ballroom, hula hooping and new Korean pop, as well as a Middle Eastern drumming class. ADP studio founder Alice Castilow, whose stage name was Amira, also co-founded the Metropolitan Ballet of Wichita. She was among the first to offer the cultural bellydance to the Midwest in 1974, bringing ballet and Middle Eastern dance from her training in New York City with the famed choreographer and director Ibrahim “Bobby” Farrah. 


Studio Address:
1702 W Douglas Ave, Wichita, KS  67203  







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Corry Academy of Irish Dance

Wichita Arts Dance

Corry Academy is an Irish Dance Studio located in Andover, Kansas. Since 2001 the academy has welcomed hundreds of girls, boys, and adults alike to the world of Irish Dance. The academy provides dance lessons for boys and girls from the age of 4 and up who are interested in dancing just for fun, as well as those wanting to dance competitively.

CRN is widely known as a traditional Irish dance organization and it has successfully maintained the integrity of traditional dances, while actively encouraging the development of new and innovative work.

If you would like more information about the Corry Dance Academy of Irish Dance please contact:


301 West Central Avenue • Andover, Kansas 67002
(316) 641-8460


Century II Performing Arts & Convention Center

Wichita Arts Dance, Music, Theater, Wichita Attractions

Century II (C2) is a performing arts and convention center located in downtown Wichita, providing a diverse selection of entertainment and exhibition opportunities since 1969.


The C2 complex houses a Concert Hall, Convention Hall, Exhibition Hall, Mary Jane Teall Theater, Bob Brown Exposition hall, and more, conveniently within walking distance of the Arkansas River, hotels, and restaurants.


The multi-use facility is owned and managed by the City of Wichita.

225 W. Douglas, Wichita, KS 67202