Our winter recital "Welcome to DUVille" was a huge success! We so enjoyed watching all the dancers on stage! They all showed off all the skills they have learned in just a short period of time and entertained happy crowds all day long. With visitors like Santa and the Grinch...we had a fun filled day, that's for certain. We are so proud of each and every dancer this semester and look forward to next semester and seeing how much further they progress.
Welcome to DUVille…Dance Unlimited’s Christmas Recital 2016. Here is a Parent’s guide of FAQ for purchasing recital tickets. We are very excited for our upcoming show and can’t wait for the big day!
If you have any additional questions, please contact us at 208-322-8082 or stop by the front desk.
Where do I buy recital tickets?
Below is the required hair and makeup for recital. We have broken up the hair based on your dancer's class style.
Classical Ballet - Ballet bun (see attachment and diagram is also posted in studios #1 & #2)
Ballet/Jazz Combo - If the class is doing a ballet dance, they will do a ballet bun (see attachment). If they are doing a jazz dance, they will do a high, curly ponytail, centered on crown of head.
It's that time of year! If you're looking for gift ides that your dancer will love, check out our studio store! We have all the gear you need to start the year out strong. From jackets to joggers, and bags to shoes, we've got you covered! Give the gift of dance...We are now offering gift cards toward tuition and merchandise. This is a great option for Grandparents who are looking for gift ideas for the dancer in their life! They can give them exactly what their dancer needs.
Our participation in the Boise Holiday Parade was a blast this year! Our dancers and their families worked so hard to put together our amazingly creative and fun float! The dancers performed with pride and had a wonderful time ringing in the holiday season by welcoming everyone to "DUVille"! We were so proud to learn that the parade committee awarded us the award for "Most Entertaining"! A huge thanks to ALL that helped make this event a success!
With performances and recitals just around the corner, it’s now even more important to make practice part of your weekly schedule. Besides that, practice makes younger dancers feel more accomplished and confident in class—and they enjoy their dance experience even more!
Simply put, practice time is necessary for improvement. In today’s world our schedules are so full it can feel like there’s barely time to juggle class schedules, let alone practice. But integrating dance practice into your week and creating good dancer habits just takes a bit of organization and commitment.
We’re well into fall, which is a fun and cozy time of year—but also the time of year when dancers are more susceptible to catching the flu or a cold. This is an important time to be aware of the little things you can do to prevent germs and hopefully avoid illness.
Your trusty dance bag can be a germ playground at this time of year, especially if you don’t clean it out often enough! For busy dancers, bags end up being a catch-all and a carry-all for everything from dance clothes and shoes to snacks, warm-ups, homework and more!