Regularly scheduled classes will not be held on:
Columbus Day, October 14
Veterans Day, November 11
Thanksgiving week on Wednesday the 27th, Thursday the 28th and Friday the 29th
Martin Luther King Jr. Day, January 20
February 17-22 Monday-Saturday (for on-going classes)
April 20-25 Monday-Saturday (for on-going classes)
Memorial Day, May 25
What to wear:
Ballet I/II: Light blue tank leotard (Bloch CL5405 is a nice one, light blue), pink tights and pink canvas or leather ballet slippers. Hair should be neatly pulled back from the face in a bun or ponytail. No jewelry, please. Wrap dance skirts are fine, but no tutus. (Bloch CR5110 is a nice mock wrap skirt, pastel blue).
Ballet 3+: Royal blue tank leotard, with or without matching wrap skirt. (Bloch CL5405 is a nice one, royal blue), pink tights and pink canvas or leather ballet slippers. Hair should be neatly held back from the face in a bun. No jewelry, please. Wrap dance skirts are fine (Bloch CR5110 is a nice mock wrap skirt, royal blue.)
Tap ( All Levels) : Black tap shoes. Either jazz pants or fitted leggings. Leotard or tight fitting top (no logos) No hoodies… or large sweatshirts. Hair pulled back neatly away from the face.
Modern: Leggings, tights or yoga pants. Fitted shirt with long or short sleeves or t-shirt. Bare feet. Hair pulled back from face.
Intermediate Jazz: Black jazz shoes, black jazz pants/leggings, black leotard and tops that are form fitting/ not too loose. Hair pulled back into a neat ponytail and no excessive jewelry.
Hip-Hop: Street Clothes. Sneakers.
All Drama classes: Street clothes that are easy to move in. Shoes that stay on your feet. No flip-flops.
Junior Players: Street clothes for classes. When you are touring you will have a Junior Players shirt. Touring shorts or pants must be mid-thigh. Not too short. Jeans or khaki.
Technical Theatre: Street clothes that you don’t mind getting paint on. Closed toe shoes must be worn at all times. No sandals.
Please bring a water bottle. We have Poland Spring water coolers at the Theatre and The Arts Center.
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