JLDC Annual Recitals
Saturday, May 31 and Sunday June 1, 2014
10:00am, 1:00 pm, 4:00pm and 6:30pm
Recital 2014 Tickets Now On-Sale!JLDC MASTER RECITAL SCHEDULE 2014 PDF Dress Rehearsal Schedule 2014 PDF Tues Dress Rehearsal Order Wed Dress Rehearsal Order Thurs Dress Rehearsal Order Fri Dress Rehearsal Order Show A Order Show B Order Show C Order Show D Order Show E Order Show F Order Show G Order Show H Order
Recital Format: Performers should ARRIVE in costume and
full make-up 45 MINUTES to 1 HOUR before curtain time and be taken to their
designated dressing room at Regis College. Please follow the posted signs.
Parents are requested to settle children with their group and leave as soon as
they can. Children will sit with their group and chaperones, who will supervise
organized activities. The recital is approximately 1.5 hours long. All students
participate in the finale. Children will be chaperoned backstage, where they
will be able to watch a video and or video monitor of the show, Young children will
enjoy a treat after their dance while the show is in progress. Parents may pick
children up in their designated classroom after the show. LEAVE VALUABLES AT HOME. DO NOT BRING extra items: i.e. t-shirts,
games, toys, food etc.
Costumes: PLEASE label all costumes & accessories. Underpants: Are not worn under costumes. New tights are provided and should be worn for RECITAL ONLY. No jewelry, hair wraps, ankle bracelets or other accessories will be permitted at the performance.
Please clean ahead of time with a damp cloth and mild soap.
STRINGS SHOULD BE TUCKED INTO THE BALLET SLIPPER.
MAKE-UP: Applied by parents at home. Itmay be worn at dress rehearsal; it MUST be worn at the recital. It should be applied heavily.
Dress Rehearsal Format: All students need to report IN COSTUME to their assigned dressing room at Regis College, Fine Arts Center at their scheduled time. PARKING IS IN THE REAR. CARS PARKED IN THE FRONT CIRCLE WILL BE TOWED. Parents of children in the INTRO TO DANCE/ PRE-BALLET/TAP CLASSES should stay with their children. Rehearsal will be around 1 to 1½ hours.
FUNDAMENTALS classes should report to their assigned dressing room at
their scheduled time in their JAZZ OR TAP COSTUME. Please be on hand to change your child from her jazz or tap to the ballet costume. Parents may sit in the balcony of
the theater. THERE WILL BE NO VISITORS ALLOWED AT REHEARSALS.VIDEO CAMERAS ARE ALLOWED at dress rehearsal FROM THE REAR OF THE THEATER ONLY.
VIDEO CAMERAS ARE NOT PERMITTED AT THE RECITALS. There will be a professionally prepared video of the recitals available for purchase
EARLY RELEASE VOUCHER: Our recital dates are posted in September.
This allows parents time to plan in advance to ensure their child’s
participation in the dance recital. Sometimes however, conflicts do arise. In
these cases, we use a voucher system for those who need to leave early.
Therefore, if your child is unable to participate in the entire performance, a
voucher must be obtained from the office, filled out and returned to the office
prior to May 8th. This early release voucher format is taken to ensure the
safety of all children. PLEASE PLAN AHEAD.
“Babes-In Arms” Policy: In consideration of our entire student
body and their families, and in compliance with Fire Codes, we
must firmly request that families with small children (infants and toddlers on
laps and in carriages) make prior child care arrangements for their youngest
children, as we cannot admit “babes-in-arms” to the recitals. We realize that
you may wish to bring your youngest children, but we are governed by
circumstances beyond our control.
Professional PHOTOGRAPHY: Students may have their picture taken in
costume by a professional photographer on Picture day at the studio. Date for 2013 TBA
RECITAL NOTE TO PARENTS: Students have worked hard to make this performance
“special”. Without the cooperation and support of parents this
experience would not be the success that it is for your child. As we have in
the past, let’s continue to encourage our children so that they will find
reward in their efforts.