Welcome to DDC's new newsletter format! These links will send you to our website where you should be able to find all the info you need! As always, please let us know if you have any questions! (BEFORE YOU GET YOUR RECITAL TICKETS, YOU NEED TO KNOW WHICH SHOW YOUR DANCER IS IN. MS. LISA IS WORKING DILIGENTLY TO LET YOU ALL KNOW VERY SOON!)
To redeem your two free tickets per dancer, please enter your reward code into the PINK "ENTER CODE" box under Denton Dance Conservatory when you first click on this link. To get your CODE, please email Lisa at Director@dentondance.com, call us at (940) 383-2623, or come by the office between 3 and 6pm Monday thru Thursday. (All recital fees, costume fees, and tuition need to be paid up to date to receive your CODE.)
PDF links to Recital Picture Schedule next week, Recital T-shirt Order Form, Bundt Cake Order Form, Memory Wand Order Form, Commemorative Program Ad Form, and more! This link will be updated daily!!!
Dancers, ages 11+, are invited to join us for our exclusive 3-Day PreProfessional Workshop, June 25-27, 2018. Ballet, Variations, Pilates, Audition Do's & Don't(s), Developing Your Dance Resume, Assistant Teacher Training, basic elements of Choreography, Nutrition, Parents' Q & A, and more!
This year marks Denton City Contemporary Ballet's 29th year serving the Denton community! Be a part of something bigger than yourself, while gaining the pre-professional experience that some young ...
Back by popular demand, our summer DANCEcamps are designed for ages 3-11. Dancers are taught age-appropriate choreography, related crafts, acting/mime, and more! Whether you are new to DDC, or want to try a different type of dancing, we are certain your dancer will have a great time!
We've been working on this for a few months--a mobile app, accessible through Android or Apple, for your mobile devices, where you can do all kinds of things on the go! Here are just some of the features...
Our first rehearsal is this Friday, May 4th, 6:45-8pm!!! Looking forward to seeing you all!
A performance bun needs to be secure, sleek and clean. There should be no "fly away" or "wispy" hairs around the dancers face or from the bun.
As always, please explain to your dancer that stage makeup is used to enhance a dancer's facial features--not to make the dancer more beautiful or handsome! The stage lights will wash out the face if we don't wear the stage makeup.
Make sure your dancers understands that stage makeup is used to make his/her features show up under the bright stage lights--not to make him/her more handsome or beautiful!