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Our next show will be on June 10, 2017 - Hadassah: the story of Esther. ...
Welcome to the Quality Dance Program of Hosanna Dance, formerly MainStreet Dance of Ft Pierre, serving Pierre/Ft Pierre and the surrounding area since 2000 ... Your central South Dakota nationaly qualified ballet teachers
Quick glance at 2016/2017 schedule

Dress Code

Hair must be pulled back and out of the eyes and off the neck. No dangling necklaces or earrings. Follow dress code for each of your classes.

Dress Codes For Ages 3 through 10:
Pre-Ballet is a light pink leotard, pink tights, pink ballet shoes and black tap shoes.

For Ballet I the dress code is hot pink leotard, pink ballets and black tap shoes.

The dress code for Ballet II is a powder blue leotard, pink tights, pink ballet shoes and black tap shoes.


Ballet III dress code is an yellow leotard, pink tights, pink ballet shoes and black tap shoes.
- Boys wear fitted white tees, black jazz pants or black ballet shorts, black shoes and black tap shoes.

Skirts (optional) should be ballet skirts or short and approved by the teacher. Fluffy tutus aren't for class.
Black leotards are always an option.
Hair MUST be worn up at all times, off the neck so that we can clearly see body alignment.

Dress Code for Ages 11 through 12 (Ballet IV):
Ladies wear purple or lavender (black optional) leotards, pink tights (worn inside the leotard), pink ballet shoes and black jazz and tap shoes where applicable. Short black or pink skirts may be worn as well as snug fitting sweaters or tie sweaters for warm-ups. Hair MUST be worn up at all times, off the neck so instructors can see body alignment. Hair should not whip around so make sure ponytails or braids are up in a bun or french twist. Gentlemen wear white or solid color fitted tees, black shorts or jazz pants, dance belt or athletic support, black ballet shoes, and black or tan jazz shoes.

If taking pre-pointe or modern you will need convertible tights. If you need to turn footed tights into convertible tights read this convertible tights how-to: cutting a small slit in the bottom of the foot.

Ages 13 through Adult:
Ladies can wear black or other color leotards, pink tights (worn inside/under the leotard), pink ballet shoes, black jazz and tap shoes where applicable. Black tights should be reserved for modern/jazz classes only. Convertible tights are needed for pre-pointe, pointe and modern.
Dance shorts and short dance skirts may be worn as well as warm-ups in the form of snug fitting sweaters, tie sweaters and leg warmers.
T-shirts, leggings, sweatshirts are inappropriate for ballet class and should be removed before plies & tendus.*
Hair MUST be worn up at all times, off the neck so instructors can see body alignment. Hair should not whip around so make sure ponytails or braids are up in a bun or french twist.
Gentlemen wear white or solid color fitted tees, black shorts or jazz pants, dance belt or athletic support, black ballet shoes, and black or tan jazz shoes.


NO EXPOSING OR CAMISOLE LEOTARDS FOR OLDER DANCERS!
Pink tights go under your leotard and in your shoes for ballet.



PreBallet - Ballet V: During ballet class, ballet warm-ups are allowed, for instance: shrugs, leg warmers, ballet  wrap sweaters.  
*Inappropriate dress during ballet class: pants, leggings, capris, t-shirts, sweatshirts, hoodies, track jackets, bulky sweaters.  If you are cold and don't have ballet warm-ups there are extra Ballet sweaters in the basket next to the pink trunk that you can wear during class as long as you put them back in the basket.

Never use your dance shoes as street shoes; don't wear them outside.

Cover up your dance clothes when going to and from the studio... throw on pants and a shirt of some sort.



Bun tutorials
Ballet bun tutorial by Anaheim Ballet
Cinnabun tutorial
Basic Ballet Bun




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