Sparkly Dance Costumes: How to Keep Glitter on Costumes
Sparkly dance costumes look fantastic on stage! But it’s not so fantastic when you start noticing glitter anywhere and everywhere the costume has been. If your dancer has a particularly sparkly dance costume for recital or competition, how can you keep that glitter where it belongs: on the costume? Check out this quick solution to […]
Health and Safety in a Dance Studio: Handling Flu Season
Your studio can quickly become a breeding ground for sickness if you don’t take the necessary measures to combat germs and bacteria.
Late Payment: How to Handle Tuition Tardiness
Anyone ever have to deal with the problem of late payment and tuition tardiness? Something along the lines of: The season just started and already families have missed their first payment The season is well underway and a family has a big sum owed plus their continued monthly tuition A family never finished paying for […]
What’s Trending for Dance Costumes 2017?
We’re fresh off our UDMA experience, and can’t get over how many amazing costume options are in style this year. Are you ready to make the move and start choosing recital costumes for next year? Check out this list of trending styles and costume ordering strategies for Dance Costumes 2017. We heard from […]
Who Owns Choreography Dance Moves?
Ownership of choreography dance moves is a tricky subject. When a choreographer puts their body into motion and pen to paper, they’re creating an original expressive piece that takes their personal experience and creativity and translates it into a work of art. Once it’s put into a tangible medium, you can apply copyright protections to […]
Getting Patrons to Invest in Your Studio
As a dance studio owner, you’re always looking for more opportunities to bring in some extra money and to invest in your studio. That investment might be new equipment, new staff, or the resources to host a second recital performance. Most studios rely on classes, costumes, recitals, and possibly studio rentals for their major income. […]
Dance Studio Marketing Strategies: 5 Recruitment Tips for Attracting New Dancers
The dance industry is predicted to continue its growth in the next five years. How are you going to recruit these new dancers to your studio?
Helping Students Apply Dance Critique
Dance instructors must provide constructive feedback to help their students excel.
Careers in Dance: What Can I Do With My Dance Degree?
With the right planning, dancers can turn their passions into a successful career.
Dance Choreography Ideas: Choreography with a Strong Story
Sometimes, creative inspiration quickly strikes and you know exactly what story you’ll be telling through your choreography. Other times, it’s a little more difficult. Here are some tips that will help you tell a stronger story.
Is Competitive Dance a Sport?
There’s few questions like “Is competitive dance a sport?” that will get a spirited discussion going.
Event Safety: Dance Recital Safety Tips
Here are some smart safety tips to keep in mind this recital season.
Event Volunteers: Recruiting and Managing Help for Your Dance Recital
Read on for some tips that will help you have success with recital volunteers this spring and beyond.
How to Become a Dancer
Being a dancer is about so much more than just learning choreography and proper technique. It’s about what’s happening on the inside, in a dancer’s soul.
Improvisation Dance: Can Improv Lead to Better Choreography?
The thought of improvising dance may make you nervous, but uninhibited improv could be the secret to better choreography.