Covid changed a lot of things including our community performances but we hope to be able to continue these.
Dance is a performing art . We love to take our dancers out in the community so that they may perform. Dancing at care homes spreads joy to the residents and gets the young dancers used to performing as a normal part of their dance experience so that they are not nervous when it comes to recital.
We perform at Halloween, Christmas and other occaisons. These are casual performances. The dancers wear their class uniforms with the addition of skirts that Miss Vivette provides to lend some excitement to the occaison. Miss Vivette will often coach the young dancers as they transition from the classroom setting to the performance setting so that they are comfortable and having fun.
An important part of the experience is when the dances go greet the audience after the performance to say hello.
This year we are planning a "casual" Winter Recital to be held on Saturday Dec. 18th. By casual I mean that costumes will be simple, We will either perform in the studio or in the large space outside of the studio room.
Our Spring Recital is June 5th 2pm . It is the culmination of our season.
Our recital is held in the Historic Theatre at the Temple to give the dancers a chance to star in a production. Beautiful costumes are purchased to enhance the experience.
Miss Vivette will stand on the corner of the stage with the youngest dancers so that they may fully enjoy performing of their dances with no worries of forgetting. It is all about the dancers and their sense of comfort and having fun. Miss Vivette would rather have them see her than be looking around and feeling upset.
Our older dancers enjoy sharing their skills. artistry and growth each year. Strong friendships are formed through dance, this sense of teamwork and joy is evident on their faces.
Our recitals are filmed by professional videographers so that you the parents may fully enjoy your program.