News and Announcements

Welcome to Miss Mona's!

We have lots of exciting things going on at Miss Mona's ! Join us for our Christmas show, "Mistletoe and Holly" Sunday, Dec 4 at 3:00 PM at Andrew Lewis Middle School in Salem. Our performers, aged 2-18, will entertain you with a great afternoon of family-friendly holiday fun! Tickets are $12.50 each and will be available soon at Miss Mona's. Get into the Christmas spirit with us!

Come and cheer on The Rhythmettes, Rhythmen, and friends as they perform at Dickens of a Christmas just after the Official Lighting of the Roanoke City Christmas Tree! Friday, December 2nd at 6:30 pm! 

Congratulations to Thomas Rhodes (playing Fred) and Jacob Snead (playing Jackie), who will be appearing in the Showtimer's production of "Cheaper By the Dozen" December 1-11! And congratulations to Nathan Rhodes who will be appearing as a Party Boy and Gingerbread in both casts of the Southwest Va Ballet production of The Nutcracker, December 9-11 at the Berglund Center! 

Miss Mona's is SO PROUD to have had 10 of our students and 2 of our teachers featured in TWO fantastic area summer musicals! Bye Bye Birdie- at Showtimers Theatre, and Mary Poppins- at Attic Productions in Fincastle. See our Facebook page for details and pictures. Thank you for representing our studio so beautifully. We are proud of all of you! 

We are more than just your neighborhood performing arts center. We consider our studio to be our "studio family" and our staff is commited to providing excellence in arts training in a family-friendly atmosphere. We are a tradition and a family legacy in the Roanoke Valley.


At Miss Mona's, we believe:

That every child deserves the chance to dance. Limitations and differences disappear on the dance floor, where children can set individual goals and work to achieve them; where they can be their best selves, and leave their troubles behind; where lifelong friendships are made, and leaders are born. We offer individual attention and instruction to every student. At Miss Mona’s, we want to see every child reach their potential. Not just on stage, but in life.