As Competition Dancers, you represent the studio in all that you do. The highest standards of etiquette are expected of you at all times. In practice this means you should always be on your best behavior and dressed appropriately in the studio, classrooms, conventions and competitions.
Behavior: Appropriate behavior means leaving attitude at the door; paying attention; being respectful of teachers, choreographers, fellow dancers and yourself; and giving 100% all the time. Do your 'chatting' between classes/rehearsals not during.
Dress Code: Dance appropriate attire has been discussed previously but is worth reiterating. ALL Competition Dancers should be dressed in class appropriate clothing of a single layer and color (e.g., ballet should be leo and tights; hip-hop of course can be more 'casual' as directed by the teacher). Tops should be ONE color and not patterned. These requirements are meant to aid the teachers with seeing lines and limiting distraction. Though it is acceptable to wear a little 'color' at Conventions (to help be seen), in general this dress code should be followed both in and out of the studio when representing Dancearts.
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