Show 2 - 4:00pm 

  • Dance Team
  • Black - Monday- Ballet, Tap, & Jazz
  • Black - Monday - Lyrical
  • Lilac - Tuesday - Ballet, Tap, & Jazz/Hip-Hop
  • Purple - Tuesday - Hip-Hop
  • Black - Tuesday - Hip-Hop
  • Purple - Wednesday - Ballet, Tap & Jazz
  • Purple - Wednesday - Lyrical
  • Father Daughter Dance (Cast 4pm) - details coming soon
  • Mom Dance (Cast 4pm) - details coming soon
  • Smoke Rise Elementary Dance Program(PreK-2 & 3-5)


Arrival & Sign-in

Students must sign-in at the theater — ONE hour before your show time.

All children must be left with the capable TDC staff for the entire recital.

All parents are welcome to stay in the lobby until the theatre auditorium doors open.

The goal of this time is to familiarize your child with the theater stage, backstage, dressing rooms and process. 

It is our goal to make the entire recital experience a complete JOY for you and your child.


Dressing Rooms

The dressing rooms are used for costume changes, storing belongings and a waiting area until your child's time to dance. Dressing rooms will be monitored by an adult at all times. 

 - TBD
Dressing room #1 
 - TBD
Dressing room #2
 - TBD

Please do not pack messy foods or drinks for your child, as we don't want any spills on the costumes.


Hair, Make-up and Tights

HAIR: Notes from your teacher will be available for specific classes as needed. We encourage parents to style their children's hair in a way that will make your child feel most comfortable and confident. 

It is helpful to have your child's hair off their face so that parents, family, friends and the video camera can clearly see your little star on stage. Please refrain from putting beads in your child's hair, as it is a safety hazard if they come off on stage.

Make-up: The D.R.E.A.M Center does not require your child to wear make-up. As a parent, you control what make-up is worn by your child, if any. 

Tights: Tights are included in your child's costume fee. You will receive your tights along with your child's costume.


How to Prepare

  • Ensure your child has slept well the night before. 
  • Ensure your child has had a good breakfast. 
  • Please ensure that your child has gone to the bathroom BEFORE leaving your home.
  • Students MUST arrive to the venue dressed in their first costume.


What to Bring

  • We ask that you only pack water for your child to avoid any messy spills on the costume. 
  • Make sure your child has all personal belongings clearly labeled. 
  • Do not bring any extra items that can be lost, broken or stolen. 
The D.R.E.A.M Center and the Theater Staff will not be held responsible for ANY lost, broken, or stolen items while at the venue.


In Case of Emergency 

The D.R.E.A.M Center makes every effort to create a safe, fun, positive, rewarding and enjoyable recital experience for you, your guests and your child. 

However, should there be a case where The D.R.E.A.M Center needs to contact you; it is your responsibility to ensure that your emergency contact information is correct in our database. 

The D.R.E.A.M Center will have access to the phone list during the recital. We ask you to check, correct and add cell phone numbers and an emergency contact number such as, aunt, uncle, or grandparent. 


Safety, Dismissal & Sign-out:

Safety is our number one priority.

No child will be permitted to leave the theatre without their own parent/guardian that:

Is known to TDC staff

Thank you in advance for your understanding, cooperation and assistance.

Due to the fact that parents are not backstage during the rehearsal or the show, should your child have a medical condition or safety issue that our staff needs to be aware of, please submit it in writing to: before May 1, 2024.

Please be advised that it is TDC's mission to make the recital a positive experience for all involved. We reserve the right to prevent your child from performing onstage if your child is demonstrating any kind of physical or emotional distress. Even in this case, we must adhere to the no refund policy on recital tickets and recital costumes.

Thank you in advance for your understanding and cooperation.