June 5th, 2022
|January 15th||Deadline to Add or Drop Classes for Recital|
|Recital Permission Slip Due|
|January 17th||Costume Payment Due|
|February 15th||Costume Balance Due (for Families with 4 or more costumes)|
|May 24th||Tickets Go on Sale on our website (www.CenterStageDanceLA.com)|
|May 31st – June 2nd||Dress Rehearsal (Schedule will be Released by May 15th)|
|June 5th||Recital Day|
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The Spring or Recital Session begins with classes on January 10th and culminates with the performance on June 5th. Enrollment will be closed for the session once costumes have been ordered. You will not be able to drop any classes after this point. Tuition will be due through June 5th for ALL classes. If you would like to add or drop any classes please contact us so that we can coordinate any changes.
Performing in the recital is not a requirement. We do, however, encourage your child to participate as we think it is a wonderful program that your entire family can enjoy. It can be a valuable learning and self-esteem-building experience for your child. For families in our three-year-old classes that do not perform in the recital we will have an in-class presentation at the dance studio during their last class in June.
The 2022 “Reunited” Recital will be held on Sunday, June 5th, 2022 at John Burroughs High School in Burbank. Dress rehearsal will take place on the Wednesday and Thursday, June 1st and 2nd 2022 at John Burroughs High School. Dress rehearsal is a mandatory rehearsal. If your child does not attend the dress rehearsal they will not be allowed to perform at the recital.
NEW THIS YEAR
To manage and minimize the number of students backstage and audience members, there will be 3 different shows. We have designed the shows to be shorter and with a smaller number of anticipated audience members for each show.
Most students will perform in only 1 show, however there may be a few students performing in two shows or siblings that are performing in different shows. We have made every effort to organize the recitals by age and level to avoid as many conflicts as possible.
Please know that we have spent hours working out a schedule that not only has as few conflicts as possible but that also provides the safest, smallest shows for the performers and audience members. It is impossible to accommodate every situation, especially considering the additional safety measures in place for public events.
Given that current safety measures may change between now and the performance we may need to update our Recital safety measures as we get closer to the show.
Currently, all performers and audience members will be required to show proof of vaccination or a negative COViD test results within 12 or 48 hours (depending on the type of test, PCR or Rapid-Antigen) from the Show date (in accordance with State and Local Health Requirements). It is also a requirement that audience members also wear an appropriate face mask during the entire performance.
Performers will be required to wear masks at all times while backstage. Our current hope is that we will be able to showcase the dancers unmasked on-stage. This will be addressed on a class-by-class basis at the individual level.