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Thank you NCDMA families! 

Congratulations to all of our amazing students! The 2024 show was a great success! Look for action pictures from Linette Lane Photography and the Show video link sent via email.  

If you are interested in purchasing the show video contact the studio via email today!

It's Showtime!

2025 NCDMA

SHOW INFO

COMING SOON 

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2024 Show Information

What to expect during rehearsals and show day?

Rehearsals are essential to a successful production. Dancers of all ages MUST attend rehearsals in order to set our dancers up for success. See details below for more information. 

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Technical Rehearsal
 

The tech rehearsal includes the performers in Kinderdance II and up. The dancers are to come in their class uniform.

ATTIRE

  • Black Leotard

  • Pink or tan Tights (Pink ballet and tap, tan jazz and hip hop)

  • PROPER SHOES

  • Skirt for ballet and tap

  • NCDA shorts for jazz or Hip Hop

  • HAIR IN A BUN

  • NO EARRINGSS, JEWELRY, or GUM. 

  • Undergarments must be dancewear attire. Ask staff for guidance.

DANCERS MUST ARRIVE PREPARED IN THE ABOVE ATTIRE OR THE DANCER WILL NOT BE ALLOWED ON STAGE TO REHEARSE. 

SCHEDULE

Each class has a scheduled stage time. Dancers must arrive 30 minutes prior to the stage time. The dancers will sit in the audience as a class with the backstage mom.

The finale will rehearse between Acts. Dancers may leave after they have rehearsed ALL of their routines. 

Staff will be available for assistance.

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Dress Rehearsal
 

The dress rehearsal is the final rehearsal of a live show shortly before the show. It is a rehearsal conducted as if it were a live performance to ensure perfection for the actual show. Dancers are to arrive completely stage ready at the designated arrival times.

When arriving, enter through the designated performer door. Parents will sign the child in and then head towards the theater.

BACKSTAGE MOMS should arrive 30 minutes early to assist with dancers.   

  • Mom and Me - Kin I dancers are to wear a cover up over the costume. The dancer is to be dropped off stage ready (Change shoes before dropping off).  Parents hold on to the street shoes. 

  • NO EARRINGS, JEWELRY, OR GUM. The tights act as proper undergarment. Unless a pull up is required. 

  • Dancers in more than one routine must bring the extra costume(s), shoes, tights or prop. It's advised to label everything!!! We suggest placing extra costume(s) in a garment bag labeled. 

  • Costumes must be wrinkle free. DO NOT IRON! To get any wrinkles out put in a steamy shower. 

Exit

  • Mom and Me -Kin I classes are released two numbers after they perform. ONE parent is to pick up the child from the designated area. This will be the same for the show

  • All other dancers will be dismissed by the Director. 

  • Finale will rehearse in-between Acts. 

Ballet Performance

Show Day
 

It's SHOWTIME!

The stars of the show are ready to dazzle you!  Be sure to applaud as this is music to a performer's ear.  

  • Drop off and pick up rules follow the dress rehearsal's policy on the previous days. 

  •  Kinderdance II and up will stay backstage for the entirety of the show. NO EXCEPTIONS. The safety and well-being of our students is our first priority.

  • At the conclusion of the show, dancers will be released by class in the designated area where they were dropped off. Please send only one parent to pick up as this can get hectic. 

  • Dancers in BOTH SHOWS are not allowed to leave the premises. They may come out and see their fan club and eat to fuel up for the next show. 

  • ABSOLUTELY NO VIDEO OR PHOTOGRAGHY IS ALLOWED DURING THE SHOW. 

  • No cell phones are to be out during the show as it is a distraction to the performers and others.  

  • Theater etiquette - If you must leave the theater, only get up in-between routines.  (This also applies to parents picking up children in Mom and me-Kin I)

 

NCDA's thrives on our performances and love creating the opportunity to enhance lives though the performing arts. NCDMA thrives on our show etiquette and professionalism. 

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