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lights, camera, dance!

Quiet on set… Lights, Camera, DANCE! Get your cameras rolling because it’s time for our 7th Season show! It may sound corny, but we are popping with excitement to watch our dancing movie stars. Who needs Netflix when you have Summit Dancers? Grab your tickets and get ready for the biggest scene of the year; no remote necessary! 

The end-of-the-year shows at Summit Dance Co. are one of the most exciting times of the year! It is our capstone and celebration of our students’ progress and accomplishments. Our priority is making it a fun, safe, and positive event. The memories will last a lifetime!

important dates

DECEMBER 5th: Must notify Summit if you are not participating in shows. The only way to confirm is by filling this form.

DECEMBER 15th: Costume Fee Auto-charged **if payment plans need to be made please let us know**

 

JANUARY 5th: Recital Fee due

FEBRUARY 5th: Registration closes

MAY 22nd - 25th: Picture Week **Fri/Sat Classes will be scheduled during the week**

MAY 30th - JUNE 1st: Tech Week (Schedule TBD). NO CLASSES.

JUNE 3rd - 4th: Shows!

JUNE 21stClasses End

about the show

WHERE: Redmond High School Performing Arts Center - 17272 NE 104th St, Redmond, WA 98052

WHEN: June 3rd, 2022

  • Tiny Dancers & Minis

WHEN: June 4th, 2022

  • Juniors & Teens

 

Questions?

Links are not yet active! We are still early in the planning process. More info will come soon!

TICKETS

TBD

 

Tights, shoes, & hair

let's make sure our dancers are stage-ready!

 

COSTUME: Your dancer's costume will be sent home with them once they have been tried on in class. Please hang the costume, and store appropriately until recital.

TIGHTS: Most SDC classes will receive skin-tone tights to wear with their costume. Please verify with the link below. We encourage dancers to purchase and bring an extra pair just in case!

SHOES: Dancers should be wearing the appropriate shoes for the style of their dance. Please verify with the link below.

MAKEUP: SDC does not require makeup for performers. It is typical for stage performers to wear makeup in order for the audience to be able to clearly see their faces. Stage lights often wash out faces, which is why we recommend wearing however much your family is comfortable with. 

 

For a minimal look (for our younger dancers) we recommend applying blush, lipstick, and mascara. For a full-stage look (for our older dancers) we recommend foundation, blush, brown/neutral eyeshadowseyeliner, mascara (or false lashes), and lipstick.

 

 

HAIR: TBD

 

PICTURE DAY

SAY CHEESE!

Individual and group picture digital downloads are fully included with your already paid for show package fee (as well as a professional video digital downloads of recitals)!

WHO: Nigel Cooper Photography

SCHEDULE: TBD