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  • Community Partner | Dance Happens Inc

    Meet Our Community Partnerships Fivex3 Training A Partnership That Transforms Emily Socolinsky Emily is a certified Starting Strength Coach since 2010, a USA Weightlifting certified Level 1 Sports Performance Coach, and cycle certified through Madd Dogg Athletics . Emily holds a Masters degree in Education and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Dance from the University of Maryland at Baltimore County. As a strength coach and mentor, she has helped many clients explore their true potential through hard work and persistence.Emily was active as a professional dancer and teacher for over 20 years. During that time, she focused on strength training and a variety of cross-training methods that helped her grow and develop as a dancer and athlete. She began her dance training at the early age of 8 at the Baltimore Ballet and developed her training further at the Baltimore School for the Arts. She continued her dance studies at UMBC where she had the opportunity to study with a variety of dance professionals. Emily has performed with the Phoenix Dance Company, Nancy Romita and the Moving Company, Doug Hamby Dance, The Collective, Kinetics Dance Theatre and Deep Vision Dance Company. In 2015, Emily began training in Brazilian Jiujitsu. Visit Fivex3 Basic Training for Dancers This program focuses on building strength, conditioning, mobility and athleticism through a combination of bodyweight and loaded exercises which allows for continuous progression from beginner to advanced. Exercises such as squats, push ups, rows, deadlifts and isometric work such as planks are the backbone of this class. Our Basic Training Program will challenge dancers on many levels while always keeping the focus on proper technique. In this class, I address mobility/flexibility issues as well as focus on technique, strength and performance. The goal is to help dancers establish a solid foundation of strength that will ensure their success in their dance classes. I begin each class with a warm up that includes a variety of mobility exercises to engage the whole body, beginning first on the floor, then moving to standing. Following the warm up, I guide the dancers through a core exercise followed by glute work. After this portion, I move into the strength training circuit for the class which includes 4-5 exercises alternating lower and upper body exercises. I end the class with a 5-8 minute conditioning routine and wrap up with a quick cool down to stretch the muscles that were used during class. Class runs around 35-40 minutes, depending on the conditioning routine. Light weights (5-8lbs) and bands (therabands or bands with handles) are the only equipment needed for this class. While the class is primarily bodyweight focused, a few exercises do require weights and bands. Get to Know Us In a groundbreaking collaboration, The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra and The Baltimore Ballet Boys joined forces to bring a unique and innovative twist to the classical masterpiece, Igor Stravinsky's "The Firebird." The two esteemed institutions embarked on a community performance project that transcended geographical boundaries and celebrated the resilience of the arts. The film production unfolded as a symphony of individual performances, with each dancer filming themselves in their unique locales, capturing the essence of their surroundings. The footage was masterfully curated and edited to highlight the individual artistry of each dancer and their shared passion for dance that unites them. Baltimore Ballet Boys is a community collaborative celebrating the hard work, skill, talent, and creativity of Baltimore's young male ballet dancers. We support our dancers by providing funding, artistic exposure, life skills classes, and networking for our young men and their families. We are a Do More HeARTwork project and part of the Dream Bigger Community Institute. You can find out more about other projects at www.dreambigger.org . Visit BaltimoreBalletBoys Dance Happens Reach program, by going into the school and teach dance for them after school. Visit Creative City Charter School In a groundbreaking collaboration, The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra and The Baltimore Ballet Boys joined forces to bring a unique and innovative twist to the classical masterpiece, Igor Stravinsky's "The Firebird." The two esteemed institutions embarked on a community performance project that transcended geographical boundaries and celebrated the resilience of the arts. The film production unfolded as a symphony of individual performances, with each dancer filming themselves in their unique locales, capturing the essence of their surroundings. The footage was masterfully curated and edited to highlight the individual artistry of each dancer and their shared passion for dance that unites them. Baltimore Ballet Boys is a community collaborative celebrating the hard work, skill, talent, and creativity of Baltimore's young male ballet dancers. We support our dancers by providing funding, artistic exposure, life skills classes, and networking for our young men and their families. We are a Do More HeARTwork project and part of the Dream Bigger Community Institute. You can find out more about other projects at www.dreambigger.org .

  • Community Policies & Expectations | Dance Happens Inc

    DHI Expectations Please read our policies and expectations listed below. Check out our Company Expectations by clicking the button below View Company Policies Community Expectations Attendance and Time Commitment Students are allowed three absences per dance class. More than three absences will result in dismissal from the dance class or Dance Happens Inc. for that session. Students must be on time for class. If your child/children are 10 minutes or more late for class, he/she will not be allowed to participate. Dance Happens must be contacted in advance of impending lateness and early dismissal. Financial Each dancer will be charged a mandatory $150 costume fee for each session (session I and session II). All costumes purchases will be your property. A payment plan will be available. Fundraisers To help keep the low cost of our classes we ask all Dance Happens members to participate in all fundraisers. Dance Happens, Inc. is not a public rec program. Thus all money raised through fundraising will keep the program running and ideally to expand it as well. Dress Code Students will not be allowed to participate if they are not wearing the required uniform No jewelry allowed except stud earrings Hair must be pulled off of face and neck Girls may wear black dance shorts over leotard and tights Discipline Policy Please keep in mind that Dance Happens cannot and will not tolerate misbehavior. Students must exert a great deal of self-discipline and learn to abide by all rules and regulations. The expected behaviors are set by the Board, founder, and staff. Our expectations include but are not limited to: respect towards other students, teachers, and Dance Happens property; no fighting, rough play, or disruption of the learning environment; no inappropriate language; and no use of cell phones. Our policies will be maintained in the following way: For Daily Offenses If a child is not respectful of one or more of the rules the following applies: For the first offense, he/she will be given a verbal warning. For the second offense, he/she will be asked to sit for the remainder of the class. If there is a third time, a parent/guardian/emergency contact person will be called to come and pick up the child. If your child is asked to leave the program on any certain day, he/she is welcome to come back to the next dance class. After being asked, however, to leave three times, the child will not be able to return until the following session. If a student is removed from two sessions, he/she will not be able to return to the program for the remainder of the year. At this point, the Program Director and parent/guardian will need a conference to discuss this termination process. We will be consistent and fair, and offer any opportunity to accommodate. If there are extenuating circumstances, we will try to accommodate after conferencing with the parent/guardian, but rarely will there be exceptions. Exceptions to the Three Strikes Policies For these offenses, a child will be dismissed from Dance Happens immediately. Any child who physically hurts oneself and another child. Any child who leaves the group to wander the building and refuses to return to the dance class or room. Any child who is physically or verbally abusive toward Dance Happens staff. Any child who misbehaves or leaves the group during a field trip. In this circumstance, the child will go home immediately or not be able to attend the next field trip. Any child who steals. A student who does not have enough self-discipline to control his/her own behavior according to Dance Happens rules will be dismissed. ​ If your child is asked to leave Dance Happens, the parent/guardian/emergency contact person will be called to pick up the child immediately.

  • Company Policies & Expectations | Dance Happens Inc

    DHI Expectations Here you can see the Expectations of Dance Happens Inc. Company Expectations Dance Happens Company Policies Being a member of the Dance Company is a privilege. All Company members will be held to the highest standards of conduct. Company members must show courtesy and respect to teachers and other students. Any student who exhibits repeated disrespectful behavior to teachers or other students will be asked to leave the dance company. General Policies No food, drink, gum allowed in dance area. Classes are closed for viewing. Parents and students are asked not to disrupt classes already in session. Cell phone use is prohibited while class is in session. Attendance and Commitment Policy Students are allowed six absences per dance class during the year. More than six absences from anyone dance class may be cause of removal from Dance Happens Company. All modern company members are required to participate in company choreography, ballet, and modern dance/ jazz technique classes. All hip-hop company members are required to participate in company choreography, hip-hop technique class, and African dance class. Students must be on time for class. If your child/children are 10 minutes or more late for class, he/she will not be allowed to participate. Dance Happens must be contacted in advance of impending lateness and early dismissal. Students must attend all performances and mandatory rehearsals. Rehearsal and Performance Policy Extra rehearsals will be held that the regular class schedule does not permit. Extra rehearsals will be called during performance time. Students and parents will be notified of any additional rehearsal times at least one week prior to the date. Paula will make best efforts to schedule additional rehearsals well in advance. Company members are required to participate in all performances, presentations, and auditions announced by Dance Happens. Fundraiser Policy Dance Happens Company members are required to participate in all fundraisers. All Dance Happens classes are at a low cost. Dance Happens is not a public recreation program. Thus all monies raised through fundraising will keep the program running and ideally to expand it as well. Inclement Weather Dance Happens follows Baltimore City Schools closing policy during inclement weather. If schools are closed more than one day as a result of winter or other severe weather, Dance Happens may resume when snow emergency plan has lifted. Evaluation/ Expectations Policy Company members will be evaluated at the end of each session. Company members are expected to set an example for Dance Happens dancers and continuously strive for a higher level of achievement. Payment & Refund Policy Each dancer will be charged a mandatory fee of $200 per session (session I and session II). Fee includes costume purchases. Payments can be made in the form of credit, personal check*, or cash. A payment plan is available. Refund is available upon notification of discontinued participation within the first two weeks of registered class. Refund will not be available after two weeks of registration. $25.00 of each student’s total fee is a non refundable fee. Class Cancellation All classes must meet a minimum 10 participants for class to run. If the class does not meet the minimum participants the class will have to be approved by the board of directors.

  • Get Involved | Dance Happens Inc

    Take Part You Can Make a Difference Raise Awareness Become an Active Member Volunteer Every Contribution Counts Make a Donation Be a Part of Real Change Donate This is your donation form. Encourage your site visitors to make a donation today by providing additional information about your organization, or how their contribution can best help achieve your goals. Submit Thanks for submitting!

  • Contact | Dance Happens Inc

    Contact Mount Royal Recreation Center 120 W. Mosher Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21217 askdancehappens@gmail.com 410-929-2432 Name Address Email Phone Subject Message Submit Thanks for submitting!

  • Meet The Instructors | Dance Happens Inc

    Meet The Team Founder/Artistic Director Paula LeVere Paula LeVere discovered ballet 33 years ago and has since studied with renowned ballet figures like Sylvester Campbell, Laura Alonzo, Arthur Mitchell, and Fredrick Franklin. Her training allowed her to perform in major ballets such as Giselle, The Nutcracker, Swan Lake, and Firebird. Paula even appeared as a guest soloist on "Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood." In 1993, she earned a B.A. in dance from Point Park University and became a positive influence on the lives of toddlers and young adults through teaching ballet. She has shared her knowledge and passion through volunteer work in the inner city and formed the Union City Youth Ensemble in New Jersey. Returning to Baltimore, Paula built the dance program at Meade Senior High School and established Dance Happens, a thriving nonprofit dance program at Mount Royal Recreation Center for inner city kids. Currently, Paula teaches at Dance Happens, Incorporated, and The Baltimore School for the Arts TWIGS program. Liturgical/Hip-Hop Aalayah Easter Coming Soon..... Modern Dance Aliyah Caldwell Aliyah Caldwell trained at Ava Fields Dance Ministry and TWIGS Program in Baltimore. She graduated from the Baltimore School for the Arts in 2012 and earned a BFA in Dance Performance and Choreography from Towson University. Aliyah studied under renowned instructors and attended summer intensives such as Dance Theatre of Harlem, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, and Ballet Austin. She performed with ballet and modern companies like BalaSole Dance Company and DanceIquail, and has teaching and choreography experience in various schools and studios. Currently, she is part of the cast of "HAIRSPRAY" with Royal Caribbean Cruise Line. Creative Movement/Musical Theater Brianna Hollimon Brianna Hollimon, born in Baltimore City, Maryland, began dancing at age 5 in the dance ministry at World Alive Worship Center. She later joined Arena Players at age 9, expanding her interest to musical theater. Brianna performed with Arena Players' Youth Theatre for 9 years. She studied ballet, jazz, and modern dance at Flair Dance Studios and St. Paul School for Girls, where she received the Senior Dance Award. At Goucher College, Brianna pursued Communications and French while being part of the Goucher College Dance Team. She recently performed in Artscentric's productions of Dreamgirls, The Color Purple, and Chicago. Brianna is currently teaching Creative Movement and Musical Theater at Dance Happens for the second year. Hip-Hop/Company Gabriel Thomas Gabriel "Marrs" Thomas, affectionately known as Gabe, started choreographing and performing for Meade Senior High School Dance Company in 2008 under Paula LeVere's direction. In 2009, Gabriel became captain of the Friendly High School dance team under the guidance of Sherrill Lilly. During his time on the team, Gabriel and his company showcased their skills at local high schools and colleges. He began teaching hip-hop classes for his peers and continued to expand his choreographic talents with "DizConekted" dance crew, where they performed alongside artists like Scola (formerly of Dru Hill) and on the entertainment show "Street Jams TV." Gabriel's passion for teaching led him to join Dance Happens Hip-Hop Company, where he honed his choreography skills. While attending Morgan State University, he founded his own dance crew called "Visual Audio," performing at Towson University, various events at Morgan State University, and Bath & Body Works holiday sales. Apart from dance, Gabriel is a skilled bass guitarist and singer, lending his talents to an on-campus church. He is also part of a band called "JQG" (Just Quiet Gentlemen), performing at notable venues in the Baltimore, Maryland area such as Lux Lounge and The Haven. African Mama Cheryl Hinton For decades, Mama Cheryl's love for African dance and her experience in artistic apparel design and construction have provided her with opportunities to merge her higher education profession with her passion for the arts. She has conducted workshops and classes on various educational and diversity topics, teaching African dance and physical fitness to both children and adults. Her experiences have taken her to West and East Africa, South America, the Caribbean, and various locations in the USA. Mama Cheryl is also an artist, storyteller, author, fabric sculptor, actress, and costumer. She is a member of Wombwork Productions, Inc., a former dancer for Keur Khaleyi West African Dance Company and Return to Goree African Dance Company, and a seasoned dancer and children's instructor for Sankofa Dance Theater. Tap/Liturgical Brittany Bryan Brittany Nicole Bryan recently graduated from Towson University, majoring in Health Sciences with a focus on Community Health. She began dancing at age three at the Gardenville Rec Center and received performance training at DeVe's Christian School of Performing Arts. Her formal dance training started at age 12 with Experimental Movement Concepts (EMC), joining the Ensemble at 13 and the pre-professional teen company "The Corps" at 15. Brittany is currently a member of Towson University's Allure Dance Troupe for the fourth year. She has performed at various venues including the Lyric Opera House, Carnegie Hall, and the Baltimore Museum of Art, among others. Apply Today This is a Paragraph. 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  • Parents/Students | Dance Happens Inc

    Parents & Students Here you can find the company policies as well as information pertaining to costume fees and ways of payment. Costume Fees and Payments Performance Costume Parents are responsible for purchasing their child's performance costume. To provide their daughter(s) with a flesh tone leotard and flesh tone convertible tights (pink tights for creative movement, ballet, and jazz classes) and to provide their son(s) with black biker shorts that can be worn underneath their costumes. ​ Payments Each class is $80.00. We are accepting payments through CASH APP ($DanceHappens) and SQUARE. Please click here to pay via square Company Policies Dance Happens Company Policies Being a member of the Dance Company is a privilege. All Company members will be held to the highest standards of conduct. Company members must show courtesy and respect to teachers and other students. Any student who exhibits repeated disrespectful behavior to teachers or other students will be asked to leave the dance company. Fundraiser Policy Dance Happens Company members are required to participate in all fundraisers. All Dance Happens classes are at a low cost. Dance Happens is not a public recreation program. Thus all monies raised through fundraising will keep the program running and ideally to expand it as well. Inclement Weather Dance Happens follows Baltimore City Schools closing policy during inclement weather. If schools are closed more than one day as a result of winter or other severe weather, Dance Happens may resume when snow emergency plan has lifted. Class cancellation All classes must meet a minimum 10 participants for class to run. If the class does not meet the minimum participants the class will have to be approved by the board of directors. Attendance and Commitment Policy Students are allowed six absences per dance class during the year. More than six absences from anyone dance class may be cause of removal from Dance Happens Company. All modern company members are required to participate in company choreography, ballet, and modern dance/ jazz technique classes. All hip-hop company members are required to participate in company choreography, hip-hop technique class, and African dance class. Students must be on time for class. If your child/children are 10 minutes or more late for class, he/she will not be allowed to participate. Dance Happens must be contacted in advance of impending lateness and early dismissal. Students must attend all performances and mandatory rehearsals. General Policies No food, drink, gum allowed in dance area. Classes are closed for viewing. Parents and students are asked not to disrupt classes already in session. Cell phone use is prohibited while class is in session. ​Rehearsal and Performance Policy Extra rehearsals will be held that the regular class schedule does not permit. Extra rehearsals will be called during performance time. Students and parents will be notified of any additional rehearsal times at least one week prior to the date. Paula will make best efforts to schedule additional rehearsals well in advance. Company members are required to participate in all performances, presentations, and auditions announced by Dance Happens. Evaluation/ Expectations Policy Company members will be evaluated at the end of each session. Company members are expected to set an example for Dance Happens dancers and continuously strive for a higher level of achievement.

  • Classes | Dance Happens Inc

    Classes Offered Ignite Your Dance Potential Ignite Your Dance Potential Ignite Your Dance Potential Register Today Classes Offered Dance Classes Liturgical Dance Students will learn historical significance of Liturgical Dance. They will be able to apply their creative expression to contemporary movement. Tap Students will utilize syncopation creating a very lively rhythm that focus on the musicality of the movement. Modern Dance Modern dance explores movement, space, and rhythm that emphasize flexibility, balance, correct posture, and body placement. Students will develop strength and control of their movements. This class is for students 8 years or older. Creative Movement Students ages 3-4 will develop their gross motor skills, stimulate imagination, and promote creativity while exploring the connection between movement and music. Musical Theater Students will learn how to communicate a story and its emotional content through a form of theater combining song and dance Hip-Hop Students will learn the fundamentals of hip-hop through rhythm, coordination, and musicality. Energetic movements will instill rhythm and precision in the student’s muscle memory. Jazz Technique Classical jazz style emphasizes strong and proper technique through flexibility, placement, and strength exercises. It is a fun filled class that will enhance student’s jumps, turns, and stage performance. Choreography Students will learn sequences of movements to various musical phrases African Dance Students will learn the social and historical significance of African Dancing. They will be able to separate areas of movement, with each area being able to move to different rhythms within the music. Ballet Technique Students will learn the fundamentals of ballet technique that emphasize flexibility, balance, correct posture, and body placement achieved through barre and center floor work. They will develop strength and control of their movements.

  • About Us | Dance Happens Inc

    Our Story Dance Happens, Inc. (Dance Happens) is a 501c3 nonprofit dance program whose mission is “making dance happen’ for all and creating a safe space for the Baltimore City community to dream big, nourish their love for dance, and to freely express themselves through movement. “Making dance happen” for all through affordable dance classes helps build the community from the inside-out. ​ A healthy community includes having access to quality physical activities for all ages. A positive learning environment that instills passion, self-esteem, artistic development, and confidence that stimulates creativity and intellectual growth gives Dance Happens dancers the tools to utilize the technique of their dance classes through the understanding and knowledge of the essential elements needed to enhance the awareness of dance's authentic tradition. The quality of training that all Dance Happens dancers receive arms them not only with the fundamentals of dance but the option to pursue dance professionally. Get in Touch

  • Home | Dance Happens Inc

    Dance Happens Inc Welcomes You "Making Dance Happen" For All REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED FOR SESSION II OF 2024. Who We Are Our strength lies not only in the words we stand by, but most importantly in the actions of our initiatives. From the moment we started our work in 2010, we understood that by working together we could overcome our challenges much more efficiently, and that is why we ultimately decided to launch Dance Happens Inc. We strive to make a positive change in all of our pursuits. Learn More What We Do Serve And Invest In the Baltimore City Community Provide High-Quality Instruction Provide YOUTH leadership opportunities Strengthening and building a healthy community Serve And Invest In the Baltimore City Community Provide High-Quality Instruction Provide YOUTH leadership opportunities Strengthening and building a healthy community Serve And Invest In the Baltimore City Community Provide High-Quality Instruction Provide YOUTH leadership opportunities Strengthening and building a healthy community Meaningful Work Media Center Stay in the Know Dance Happens Inc: Dedication and Service with Proven Impact At Dance Happens our aim is for our dancers to grow in a variety of ways. Through teamwork, community involvement and dedication, a dancer will soar higher than before. Local Non-Profit Makes a Splash within the Baltimore City Community Utilizing community fundraising, we have been making IMPACT in the community since 2010 From Idea to Reality: The Evolution of Dance Happens Inc What started as an idea, backed by passion, Dance Happens Inc was born. To enhance and strengthen the future of this city. Donate This is your donation form. Encourage your site visitors to make a donation today by providing additional information about your organization, or how their contribution can best help achieve your goals. Click To Donate Class Schedule Session II February 12th - June 1st , 2024 Monday 4:30-5:30pm Hip-Hop 7-11 ages Teachers: Aalayah Easter & Gabriel Thomas 5:40-6:40pm Modern Dance 7-11 ages Paula LeVere Friday 6:40-7:40pm Tap Company Invitation Only Brittany Bryan Wednesday 4:30-5:30pm Hip-Hop 12+ ages Gabriel Thomas Saturday 9:00-10:00am Ballet B Invitation only Paula LeVere 5:35-6:10pm Stretch 8+ ages Paula LeVere 6:15-7:15pm African Dance 8+ ages Mama Jihan 9:15-10:00am Creative Movement 3-4 ages Brittany Bryan 10:10am-11:10pm Tap 8-12 ages Brittany Bryan 10:10-11:10am Ballet 5-7 ages Paula LeVere 11:20-12:20am Tap 5-7 ages Brittany Bryan Contact Us 1407 Bolton Street, Baltimore MD, 21217 dancehappensinc@gmail.com 410-929-2432 Name Address Email Phone Subject Message Submit Thanks for submitting! Check back soon Once posts are published, you’ll see them here. Subscribe Form Join Thanks for subscribing!

  • Donate | Dance Happens Inc

    Donate You can make a meaningful difference by making your contribution to support Dance Happens. Help us make Dreams come true! Please click the link below to donate today. Click Here Every website has a story, and your visitors want to hear yours. This space is a great opportunity to give a full background on who you are, what your team does and what your site has to offer. Double click on the text box to start editing your content and make sure to add all the relevant details you want site visitors to know. If you’re a business, talk about how you started and share your professional journey. Explain your core values, your commitment to customers and how you stand out from the crowd. Add a photo, gallery or video for even more engagement.

  • Dance Attire | Dance Happens Inc

    Dance Attire Look below to find the dance attire for each dance class. Company Dance Attire Ballet Girls Purple, Hot Pink, Black Or Lavender leotard pink or nude convertible tights Pink ballet slippers Boys Black Tights or leggings white tee black ballet slippers thin ankle socks Jazz Girls Purple, Hot Pink, Black Or Lavender leotard Pink or nude convertible tights Black Jazz shoes Boys black sweat pants or Black basketball shorts White Tee Black jazz Shoes Liturgical Dance Girls Purple, Hot Pink, Black Or Lavender leotard pink or nude convertible tights pink ballet slippers Boys black tights or leggings white tee Black ballet slippers Contemporary / Modern Dance Girls Purple, Hot Pink, Black Or Lavender leotard pink or nude convertible tights Boys black tights or leggings white tee Musical Theater Girls Purple, Hot Pink, Black Or Lavender leotard Pink or nude convertible tights Black jazz shoes Boys Black tights or leggings White Tee Black Jazz Shows African Dance Girls Purple, Hot Pink, Black Or Lavender leotard pink or nude convertible tights Lapa Skirt Boys Black Sweat pants or Black Basketball Shorts Tee Acrobatic Dance Girls Purple, Hot Pink, Black Or Lavender leotard pink or nude convertible tights Boys Sweat pants Tee, Hoodie, or Sweat Shirt Hip-Hop Girls leggings or sweat pants tee, hoodie, or sweat shirt sneakers Boys Sweat Pants Tee, Hoodie or Sweat Shirt Sneakers Both No Jeans Or Regular Shoes Allowed Community Dance Attire Ages 8+ Tap Girls Black Leotard Pink or nude convertible tights Black Tap Shoes Boys black sweat pants or Black basketball shorts Tee Black Tap Shoes Liturgical Dance Girls black leotard pink or nude convertible tights pink ballet slippers Boys black tights or leggings white tee Black ballet slippers Musical Theater Girls Black Leotard Pink or nude convertible tights Black jazz shoes Boys Black Jazz Pants Tee Black Jazz Shows African Dance Girls black leotard pink or nude convertible tights Lapa Skirt Boys Black Sweat pants or Black Basketball Shorts Tee Acrobatic Dance Girls Black Leotard Pink or nude convertible tights Boys Black sweat pants or Black basketball shorts Tee Modern Dance Girls black leotard pink or nude convertible tights ankle socks Boys black tights or leggings white tee ankle socks Hip-Hop Girls leggings or sweat pants tee, hoodie, or sweat shirt sneakers Boys Sweat Pants Tee, Hoodie or Sweat Shirt Sneakers Both No Jeans Or Regular Shoes Allowed Community Dance Attire Ages 3 - 7 Tap ages 5 - 7 Girls light pink pink or nude convertible tights black tap shoes Boys black tights or leggings tee black tap shoes Creative Movement ages 3 - 5 Girls light pink leotard pink or nude convertible tights pink ballet slippers Boys black tights or leggings white tee black ballet slippers thin white ankle socks Ballet ages 5 - 7 Girls light pink leotard pink or nude convertible tights pink ballet slippers Boys black tights or leggings white tee black ballet slippers thin white ankle socks Jazz ages 5 - 7 Girls light pink leotard pink or nude convertible tights black jazz shoes Boys black tights or leggings white tee black jazz shoes

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