Recital Plans

31 May Recital Plans

Hi Dance Family!

First, we want to thank you all for continuing with us as we negotiate these uncertain times.  We’re so happy to have you all as part of our studio.

We are planning the following pending the stay home is not extended again.  All recreational classes will return to the classroom on June 13th-19th for one week of in person classes.  We will have some new COVID safety guidelines sent in a separate notice and will be spacing classes which may change your class time by 5-10 minutes so that we can properly sanitize and keep traffic in the studio down to a minimum.  Watch for those times to be sent next week.

If you did not receive your costume before COVID closed us, we will be calling you to make an appointment time for a fitting June 1-12.

Unfortunately, both theaters that we have used are not allowing performances for the duration of the summer regardless of social distance planning.  So we have turned one of our dance rooms into a performance space complete with background.  We will send out a schedule (again tentative on stay home being lifted) for one class at a time to come in at a time with just parents to perform in our in studio show that will span June 20th-26th.  We are also hoping to have a photographer on site to take individual pics in a separate room during this same time.  A yearbook with a different look will be produced and be available for pickup this summer during open hours.  It will include 1 individual pic of each dancer, a list of our dances with cast, and will have the option to purchase personal ad space for your dancer as always.  Ad spaces can be purchased June 1st-26th with Portrea in the office.  We want to do our best to provide a performance opportunity for the dancers while keeping everyone as safe as possible and thank you for supporting our efforts.

Please watch your email for COVID safety guidelines and any further changes pending executive order.  Thanks again for sticking with us and we look forward to seeing you all in person again.

-Miss Amber and Staff