So your director says performance ready. What does that mean exactly? This post will explore hair, makeup and undergarment needs for a female dancer to be performance ready.
Its performance season for my family and my thoughts turn to what would a new Mom of a dancer need to know about being performance ready? I settled on undergarments, makeup and hair. Of the two blogs I am publishing on this date, this blog focusing on male dancers while the next will focus on female.
Next in the survival series is a blog on tips to get through the community performance days without a hitch
We all know that our dancers dance better when they hear us clapping for them on stage. What we don't always know is when it is considered alright to clap during a performance, particularly ballet.
Part of the joy of being a Dance Mom is the performances. However, also part of being a Dance Mom is making sure all the behind the scenes aspects go smoothly. Here are some tips to help you survive the Nutcracker this year. Check my blog through the year for other survival series tips
This blog post is specific to dining option and what can be scheduled in advance if you stay at a resort
Just because you have a dancer now doesn't mean you automatically know how to care for these beautiful costumes. This post has some basic costume care just for you.
So when we talk about dancer stink, we can’t forget the elephant in the room – shoes. This post contains some ideas on how to freshen up your dancer's shoes and dance bag
This tips and tricks is really addressed to the first time or first time in a long time Disney-goer who is near adult or adult in maturity. Some of these tips do not apply to young children, nor will expert Disney visitors who attend yearly or several times a year likely find this helpful.