How do you Register? It's easy. Register for the dance year by paying your first tuition installment, recital fee and costume deposit and your completed registration form.You can pay $25 deposit as a New Student/ Hold Placement Fee but the full amount must be paid prior to class starting. Our classes do fill quickly so don't be late. We do not put our schedule on our website as our classes fill fast. When you email us for availability, please leave your dancer's name and grade in school. email@example.com
You pay convenient $80 tuition installments only four times during the dance year.
Tuition is due upon registration, with additional payments due in November 1st, January 16th and March 20th ($320 total for yearly tuition ). Costume deposits are $70 per class, with additional costume fees billed in February. Our recital fee is is $80 per dancer. Costume deposits and recital fee are due when you register. You can choose to pay on an installment basis or pay for the year in full. You can also pay at the studio by check or cash and avoid a processing fee.
Attire It is important to look like a dancer! Dancers need to wear a black leotard and pink tights to class. Girls need pink leather ballet shoes and black tap shoes. Hair will be pulled back. Preschoolers may wear any color leotard. Gentlemen wear white V neck tees with black athletic pants.
Recital Recital is an opportunity for our dancers to perform in a fully costumed, professional production. Specific show times and dress rehearsal times will be announced soon. Both are at the Joslyn Museum's Witherspoon Concert Hall. Witherspoon Concert Hall is a beautiful venue for our recital. Recital 2020 will be Sunday evening, May 10th!
Winter Weather When Omaha Public Schools close due to winter weather conditions, all classes are cancelled. When weather conditions are questionable in the evening, please call the studio for an update or check our facebook page.
Schedule Please email the studio for classes that may still be space.
We do not close for school in-service days or parent-teacher conferences.