Sacramento ShowBiz Productions was founded in 1997.
We offer classes in jazz, tap, hip-hop, breakdancing, ballet, tumbling and musical theater.  Our dance program provides two biannual dance recitals which feature each and every one of our regular students.
We are partnered with the City of Sacramento and have locations in two of the city's Parks and Recreation Community Centers (Coloma and South Natomas).

The Instructors

Alice Twilla, owner of SacShowBiz, has been teaching dance in the Sacramento area for 15 years.  She loves children and enjoys helping build their confidence through Performing Arts.  Alice is an artist for VSA Sacramento and teaches throughout many schools in Sacramento.

Alice also is the producer/choreographer for the original Hip-Hop Crew for the Sacramento Kings. In addition to Kings games, they have performed at the 2007 NBA All-Star Game, the Steve Harvey show, Maury Povich show and the annual KSFM Cinco De Mayo concert.  They are also fan favorites at Haas Pavilion, where are frequently invited to perform for the Cal Berkeley basketball teams.

SacShowBiz continually performs at many locations and venues throughout Greater Sacramento Area communities and the state.

Sydnee Twilla, co-owner and artistic director of SacShowBiz, is celebrating 30 years of providing amazing dance experiences for the children in the Sacramento community. 

In 1991, Sydnee created “Express Yourself”, an award-winning after-school outreach program. This program enjoyed a 10-year run and gave thousands of children the chance to experience the joys of creative expression.

Sydnee has dedicated her life to teaching tap and developing outstanding young performance groups.


Rocco Kline, Rocco Kline - owner of SacShowBiz, has been teaching dance in the Sacramento area for 21 years. He specializes in Hip-Hop, but has trained in most dance fields. He's performed with D.O.S. (Definition Of Soul ) and performed for LL COOL J in concerts. 

Rocco is also the original creator and choreographer for the Hip Hop Crew dancers who performed for the Sacramento Kings, Sacramento Monarchs games, and many more big organizations. Rocco has a passion for teaching adults and children showing his emotions through dance. He is currently teaching throughout the Sacramento City Unified School District with the "I Can do That" program where he teaches dance to students with all abilities. His motto is always " Hip Hop Don't Stop ". He is also a loving father to 5 boys of his own. His oldest son Rex was on the hit show "Glee" and his other son Romero currently dances with Sac Showbiz.  Both Rex and Romero continue to train extensively in the dance world and are following in their dad’s footsteps.