Are you attending a dance or ballet recital to watch your niece or nephew perform or maybe your friend’s kids or your cousin’s kids dance and you are not quite sure what is expected of you?
Everything you need to know about dance and ballet recitals and concerts
Are you attending a dance or ballet recital and are not sure what you should wear? Well sometimes to know what to wear, you need to know what Not to wear!
Are you after a long-lasting lipstick that doesn’t smudge to get your dancer through a long day of performances? Or perhaps you have a young dancer and want a super-easy way to get their lipstick on smoothly and easily? Well then you should be considering a lip stain or liquid lipstick rather than a traditional stick of lipstick
Dance Recitals and end-of-year ballet concerts are very exciting for both dancers and parents. For the kids, they get to wear make-up, costumes and dance on stage in front of an audience. Parents get to see all the hard work from throughout the year come to fruition.
Packing after a dance recital will look different for every parent. It will depend on how many items your dancer was in, whether you are taking costumes home or whether they are staying with the studio, how tired your dancer is after the recital, and how late the recital finished for example.
On the day of a dance recital as a parent you will be performing various roles and duties from chauffeur to clothes dresser, hair and make-up artist, counselor, snack supplier, medic and more before the day is out.
ot more to being recital ready than just packing all the correct stuff. There are also plenty of dance recital checklists out there to help you cross off everything you might need to bring on the day (we have one of those for you too!) So we have gone beyond checklists in this article giving you helpful information on how to prepare for your dancers recital day!
When you first think about getting prepared and ready for a dance recital you might start thinking about organizing costumes, buying tickets for your family to attend, or about how you are going to get your dancer’s hair to stay in place on the day.
Everyone knows the frustration of spending time and money on costumes that only last a couple of performances. It’s hard to know how to best balance cost and quality. If you follow these tips, you can create costumes that last but don’t break your budget.
If your dancer is being given a back row spot in their dance routines, first, consider their ability to remember choreography. Then, think about their performance quality and showmanship. Finally, determine if your dancer lacks confidence in herself.