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“I am a waiter for God. We are all servants of God, or destiny, whatever you wish to call it. I am not so proud, and I am not so great--I am nothing but what He has wanted me to be. He has said to me, “You are going to teach and serve and make them dance,” and I know that nothing anybody on earth could do could prevent me from doing what He wants me to do.”
CBA Alum... what are they doing now?
- Alison Swenson - OCU dance graduate, Magna Cum Laude, performing and traveling in Europe with Missoula Children's Theater, and now working in NYC.
- Talya Krumholz- finished 2 year Professional Division Program at Pacific Northwest Ballet. Currently is a company member in the Carolina Ballet Company.
- Amelia Reiser -Graduate in dance at the University of Georgia. Currently a dancer in the Staibdance Company.
- Aedan Donovan - University of Oklahoma School undergrad in the School of Dance, majoring in ballet
Appropriate dance attire is required to instill a sense of discipline, comradery and encourages the dancer to focus as a class in preparation to perform as a dancer.
Dance attire for Ballet classes is solid color leotard, pink tights (black tights are fine for older students) and pink ballet slippers. Hair must be in a ponytail or bun for levels up to Ballet II. Dancers at Level III and higher are required to have their hair in a bun secured with a hairnet & bobby pins.
Jazz & Tap students are fine to wear leotards and tights, any color. Snug fitting dance pants & approved dance tops are acceptable. Baggy shirts and shorts are not acceptable. Tan jazz shoes with a heel should be worn for jazz dancers. Tap students may wear our Velcro strap tap shoes. Level 4 & older may wear tap oxfords. Level 5, 6 & 7 should have oxfords, but may also wear tap shoes with heels. Hair must be in a ponytail or bun.
Lyrical/Modern Dance and Contemporary dancers should wear solid color leotard and footless tights that cover the knees. No shoes except for Level 1/2. Hair should be in a ponytail or bun.
Hip Hop dancers can wear comfortable clothes, pants or tights that cover the knees. Hip Hop 3/4 will wear our black dance sneakers. All others will wear jazz shoes.
Please put your dancers name in shoes, coats and anything else that could be left at the studio. We are happy to contact you when we find them here. Please no bracelets and necklaces.