Ballet

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Dress code

MAD STUDIO

Following a dress code makes the dancers take the class and themselves seriously by dressing the part. The dress code is essential in every class, even the youngest types because it helps eliminate distractions. This also allows the teachers to see the body aliment, to make sure that the dancers a dancing safe and injury-free!

Note*** during the cold winter months, dancers are highly encouraged to arrive to class in heavy layers like sweat pants, joggers, sweatshirts, and hoodies. this is to help injury prevention! But once warm-ups have finished dancers will be asked to remove the heavy layers. 

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Ballet

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Hip-Hop

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Jazz,Heels & Lyrical

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Boy's

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Contemporary

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Strenth and Condition

No smart watches allowed in class

(prevent wrist injuries)
Hair
Dancers Hair must be pulled out of their face at all times. dancers should not be fixing their hair during class as it is distracting and can slow down their movement and turns. Light hairspray is recomended
Shoes

Creative Movement

IN.1 2 & 3

 
Boys- Black Ballet shoes
Girls- Pink Ballet Shoes

Beginners/ Young Dancers

Hip-Hop- (Unisex) Clean White Sneakers with black souls only  (theses shoes can not be warn outside of the studio)

Ballet- Girls-Pink Ballet shoes
Boys-Black Ballet Shoes

Jazz- (Unisex) Tan Jazz Shoes

Lyrical- (Unisex) Tan Jazz Shoes
Hip-Hop- (Unisex) Clean White Sneakers with black souls only  (theses shoes can not be worn outside of the studio)

Ballet- Girls-Pink Ballet shoes
Boys-Black Ballet Shoes

Jazz- (Unisex) Tan Jazz Shoes

Lyrical- 
Boys- APOLLA SHOCK (Tan, Gray or Black)
Girls- Tan Half shoes


Contemporary
( Unisex) APOLLA SHOCK
 (Tan, Gray or Black) 


Strength & Conditioning
(Boys) Bare feet and APOLLA SHOCK
  Bare feet and Half shoes

Need shoes? Check out  Petit Jeté Dance Boutique in Brunswick and let them know you are from Miss.Annabelle's Dance

(This store does not sell Hip-Hop Sneakers)