Recital Info

TICKETS

Recital Tickets will go on sale on Sunday, May 15th at noon.  Tickets are $26 each. This year we are happy to announce that all families will receive an access code to digital copies of all videos of routines from all shows at no extra cost. You can then download all routines or just your dancer’s to store on your computer. We will email this link as soon as it’s provided to us by the videographer. Because this benefit is being provided, there will be absolutely no videoing or picture-taking allowed during the shows. This is a safety and privacy measure for all the children performing.  Those who violate this rule will be asked to leave the venue with no refund provided. A list of recital show assignments appears below.  Please check carefully to make sure you are purchasing tickets to the correct show(s). Despite our best efforts, sometimes dancers end up in more than one show. If you have to come to more than one show to see your dancers’ routines (routines that are competition routines do not count), please contact the studio for a promo code that will entitle you to 2 free tickets, the cost of which will be removed from your total purchase.

 

ARRIVAL TIME

Please arrive with your dancer dressed in their first (or only) costume of the show.  Arrive 30 minutes before showtime (please do NOT come earlier than this as we will be clearing out the preceding show). 

 

NO EARLY DISMISSALS FROM SHOWS

All dancers are required to stay for their entire show.  No “early dismissal” requests can be honored—the shows are very short and there will not be time to deal with dismissing students while we are running the show.  This should not be an issue as show dates were communicated to all in September of 2020 and this year are much shorter—no longer than 1 hour each.

 

FOOD AND DRINK

Absolutely no food or drink (except water) can be brought into the dressing rooms or venue.

 

HAIR/MAKE-UP

For non-competition students:  hair is “dancer’s choice”, with the exception of 1hr and 1.5hr ballet classes.  These classes will need their hair in a bun.  Tasteful make-up can be worn if desired, but is not required.

 

For competition students:  hair is low pony (or bun for the teams who wore buns this season).  The French braiding is not required.  We do ask for comp make-up.