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Recital Details

2023 Recital

 

Mandatory Tech Rehearsal: June 3

210/Nocatee Show: June 3
World Golf Village Shows: June 4

Location: Jacksonville Center for the Performing Arts - Moran Theater

WORLD GOLF VILLAGE LOCATION:

  • Mandatory Tech Rehearsal for students in Intermediate B and above classes will be on Saturday, June 3rd. For times, click on the "Tech Rehearsal" button below.

  • Starlets, Stars, Flip Hoppers and Pre classes with classes Monday through Thursday and Novice and above Monday and Tuesday classes will be performing in Show 1 for the 2023 recital on Sunday, June 4th at 2:00pm.

  • Saturday classes, Adult Tap and Novice and above Wednesday and Thursday classes will be performing in Show 2 for the 2023 recital on Sunday, June 4th at 6:00pm.
     

210/NOCATEE LOCATION:

  • Mandatory Tech Rehearsal for students in Intermediate B and above classes will be on Saturday, June 3rd. For times, click on the "Tech Rehearsal" button below.

  • All classes will be performing in Show A for the 2023 recital on Saturday, June 3rd at 5:30pm

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Order Program Ads for your dancer by April 30th
Tickets go on sale on Monday, May 8th at 10:00am

Order Flowers for your dancer by Monday, May 15th
Join us for
Recital Pictures on Saturday and Sunday, May 27-28th

Information for Families

Our annual recital takes place in the spring, it's the most anticipated event of the year for our studio family! Recitals are optional; however, they are a major focus in dance class and a culmination of your dancer's progress over the year. Most students participate in this annual performance. This is your dancer's time to shine and be a star!

Although dancers won't start learning their recital dances until after the new year, our team is already starting to plan for it. Please take a moment to read through the recital details carefully below and then fill out the recital commitment form to register your dancer for this exciting event!

 

Recital Fees and Extra Costs

  • All recital fees are nonrefundable for any reason

  • Payment Schedule: Recital commitment is due by September 30th to take advantage of our $15 discount per costume. Beginning October 1st, costumes are $100 each. Your first payment is not due until October 15th.

  • Recital Fee and Costume Fees: To participate in recital, both a recital fee and a costume fee payment are due. Our recital fee is per family (not per dancer) and is mandatory. This $85 fee covers the cost of the venue, any necessary alterations, shipping/exchange fees, edited digital video download for all shows, and other costs associated with our recitals beyond the cost of costuming. Costumes are $100 each and there is a different costume for each class that your dancer participates in.

  • Recital Tickets: Recital tickets will be sold online only in May. The date and time that the ticket sales will open is announced about one month in advance. Tickets will be $20-50. You will need separate tickets for each show and for every family member sitting in the audience (excluding lap children). Performing dancers will not need a ticket during their own show as they will remain backstage until the final bow.

  • Recital T-Shirt: You will have the option to order a recital t-shirt at $20 each. The t-shirt will have our recital design on the front and the names of all dancers participating in recital on the back.

  • Recital Flowers: It is tradition for many parents to purchase flowers to give their dancer after the show. These will be available through the studio in an effort to simplify your day. You can pre-order the flowers and pick them up after dropping your dancer off backstage - a perfect way to keep the element of surprise.

  • Tuition: Your account must be paid in full for the year in order for your dancer to participate in both tech rehearsal and recital.

Recital Details

  • Preparing for Recital: Teachers will choose costumes and songs in December, to be revealed in January. Students will work from January through June to master the steps for each of their dances so attendance is extremely important at this time of year. Dancers must be in attendance at three of the last four classes of the year in order to participate in recital. Costumes will be distributed during the last month of classes.

  • Tech Rehearsal: In June, Intermediate B and above students will be required to participate in mandatory tech rehearsal before the actual recital. Dancers will wear their usual dance class attire (not their costume). 

  • Recital Day: On recital day, students will be expected to arrive in their first costume with stage makeup already applied and hair in place. Students will be given a curtain call time approximately 30 minutes before the show and need to arrive promptly. All dancers will be required to stay for the ENTIRE show and will be released after the final bow. Each show will last approximately 2 hours.

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