A Savannah Tradition Since 1969
When Gretchen Greene (now Gretchen Dodd) completed her run as a Radio City Music Hall Rockette in New York City she returned to her hometown of Savannah and promptly opened her first studio. The doors have been open ever since. She is now joined by her two grown children, Trina and Travis, who are proud to help Gretchen achieve her dream (which just happens to be) sharing the joy of dance: with students, with families, with the community and with the world.
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The experiences I had have followed me throughout my life. Hard work, the meaning of commitment, great legs, and awesome friends!Margie Fitch
GGSOD means the world to me. Being in an awesome atmosphere was also why I enjoyed being at the studio, it was a second home.Elizabeth Ferrell
I am still in touch with girls from our class! The best dance school in Savannah hands down.Fontayne Hoffman
GGSOD was somewhere where I walked in the door and felt as if I was at home. Not only did I grow as a dancer, but as a person as well.Laura Maher
Although I knew I would never be a ballerina or a Rockette, dancing added a joy to my life that I can’t explain to anyone who hasn’t been a part of it.Katy Maher
Dancing at GGSOD is one of the fondest memories from my younger years. I learned self confidence through the dance classes and was challenged on a daily basis to set goals and achieve them!Mary Ruth
My name is Pam and I was the very first 15-year award recipient of GGSOD! I’d love for them to carry on the legacy and teach my little Amanda who is only two years old but will be old enough soon!Pam Waters
Best. Studio. Ever.Chris Blair
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