Dance Attire

General Performing Arts Attire | Performing Arts Plus Attire

 

"General Performing Arts" Attire

Ballet Attire:

Primary 1,2 & 3:  Light pink Mondar leotard with short sleeves and ballet pink tights

Pre-Teen and Teen Ballet:  Solid colour tank leotard and ballet pink tights

*All ballet students must wear their hair in a proper bun with a hairnet.

*All ballet students must have proper fitting pink ballet shoes.


Jazz and Musical Theatre:

*Stretchy dance shorts or dance pants/capris/leggings

*Body suit or tight fitting exercise top - any colour

*GIRLS: BEIGE slip on Jazz shoes. BOYS: BLACK slip on Jazz shoes


Tap:

*Stretchy dance shorts or dance pants/capris

*Body suit or tight fitting exercise top - any colour

*Balck patent Tap shoes until Elementary School Tap. (Beginner Tap shoes are acceptable for Pre-School classes, Tap/Jazz combo classes and Primary Tap classes).

*Jazz style Tap shoes are recommended for Elementary School students and up. 


Lyrical:

*Body suit or tight fitting exercise top

*Footless tights and/or stretchy dance shorts, or dance pants/capris/leggings

*Foot Undies


Modern:

*Body suit or tight fitting exercise top

*Dance pants, leggings or stretchy dance shorts

*Bare feet


Hip-Hop:

*Loose fitting clothing that is suitable for dance class

*Clean, in-door runners or jazz sneakers.  We recommend black runners, as most hip-hop classes will need black shoes for Recital.

*Absolutely no jeans or denim


Pre-School Classes:

3,4, & 5 YEAR OLDS

*Bodysuit - any colour

*Pink Ballet tights

*Pink Ballet shoes or pink gymnastic slippers

*Beginner Tap Shoes


Boys - All Classes:

*Black shorts and a white sleeveless t-shirt (exception for Hip-Hop). Black tank top for Ballet (same shorts requirements).


Hair:

Students are to attend class with hair off the face in a pony tail and in a bun for ballet. Any classes back-to-back with ballet should have their hair in a bun for both classes.

*If a student is dressed inappropriately for class on more than one occasion, they may be asked to sit out for the duration of that class.

Reminders:

*Please have names on all shoes and dance supplies

*No pop or juice allowed in the studios - water only

*Absolutely no gum allowed

*Absolutely no outdoor shoes in any of the dance studios 






 



"Performing Arts Plus" Attire

 

Ballet Attire:

Level One:  Light pink Mondar leotard with short sleeves and ballet pink tights

Level Two:  Pale Blue Mondar tank leotard and ballet  pink tights

Level Three:  Navy Blue Mondar tank leotard and ballet  pink tights

Level Four:  Navy Blue Mondar tank leotard and ballet  pink tights

Level Five and Higher:  Black leotard and ballet  pink tights

Boys:  Black tank top and black shorts

*All ballet students must wear their hair in a proper ballet bun with a hairnet.

*All ballet students must have proper fitting pink ballet shoes. Black shoes for boys.

*Ballet wrap-around sweaters only are permitted for warm up.


Attire for all other Performing Arts Plus classes:

All Performing Arts Plus students are required to wear the following to their other classes (with the exception of Hip-Hop and Musical Theatre):
*Bodysuit (any colour)
*Stretchy dance shorts or leggings (tights optional)
*Hair in a bun with bun pins and hairnet
Boys - See "General Performing Arts" Attire
Hip-Hop and Musical Theatre students - see "General Performing Arts Attire" for dress and hair requirements.

Tap Shoe Requirements:

Jazz style tap shoes are required from Level 1 tap and up. No Mary Janes.

Recommended Tap shoes for Level 3 and up:

*So Danca - TA48

*Capezio - CG19

*Capezio Premiere Tap - CG09

(Any style Jazz Tap is acceptable for Level 1's and 2's)

We recommend the following Tap shoes for Level 6 and up:

*So Danca T800

*Capezio TP360

*Bloch - Jason Samuels Smith

* See "General Performing Arts" Attire for all other shoe requirements

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