BRAVO Center Dress Code

Coming prepared and dressed for class is a part of the disciple of dance.

It prepares you in many ways.

  1. It gets you thinking about class and puts you in the right frame of mind BEFORE you come to the studio.

  2. It trains you to have all your dance items together and organized in preparation for performances.

  3. Keeping your hair out of your face allows you to spot during turns and tricks

  4. Proper shoe wear and dance wear allow you to move in the ways you need to and allow your teacher to see how your body is aligned.

Below are the guidelines you must follow in order to participate in class:

  • Face masks are optional and may be worn if the dancer prefers.

  • Dancers must arrive prepared/dressed for dance class. There will be no changing upon arrival or between classes.

  • Shoes are the responsibility of the dancer to purchase and maintain. Teachers will make specific shoe requests known the first week of class.

    • Parents/Guardians, please keep in mind your student's abilities when choosing slip-on, tie or buckled shoes. Dancers are responsible for putting on their own shoes. ​

  • ​Students need to bring their own water bottle to class.

  • Parents/Guardians, please make sure your student's name is written somewhere on their dance shoes and water bottle.

  • Instructors reserve the right to make adjustments to set guidelines at their discretion.

  • Dress code will be enforced the 4th week of classes.

Ideally we would like you to have these items available to your student prior to the first day of class. If you have any further questions, please address them to your dance teacher as they may have specific request. Thank you for your cooperation!

Acceptable Attire

Ballet, Contemporary, Lyrical & Technique Classes

Tights (seamed tights for ballet)

Sheer short wrap skirt

Hair in tight bun or twist- make sure your bangs are back

Jazz, Tap & Hip-Hop Classes

Leotards or tight camisole tops 

Hair secured back  (i.e. ponytail, braid, bun, etc.)

Creative Movement & Beginning Jazz

Leotards

Leggings, tights or jazz bottoms 

Hair secured back  (i.e. ponytail, braid, bun, etc.)

Male Dancers

Close fitting shirt- no imprints

Athletic shorts or pants

Unacceptable Attire

Athletic shorts (see boys exception)

Sport uniforms

Dresses or jumpers

Jeans of any sort

Any top that shows more than 1 inch of stomach

Street shoes

Note- sweaters and dance jackets may be used to warm-up

Required Shoes

 

Creative Movement

Female Dancers- Pink Ballet Shoes

Male Dancers- Black Ballet Shoes

Contemporary

Female Dancers- Lyrical or half-soled shoes

Male Dancers- Nude jazz or nude ballet shoes

Jazz

Black jazz shoes

Ballet & Technique

Female Dancers- Pink Ballet Shoes

Male Dancers- Black Ballet Shoes

Pointe

Flat ballet shoes (see above) and pointe shoes

Hip-Hop

Solid black dance sneakers (no logos or white/color)

Tap

Black tap shoes

Parents/Guardians, please keep in mind your student's abilities when choosing slip-on, tie or buckled shoes. Dancers are responsible for putting on their own shoes. 

Musical Theater

Black jazz shoes 

 
The BRAVO Center

202 East Street, Suite 600

Baraboo, WI 53913

​ (608) 356-0865

bravocenterdance@gmail.com

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@bravo_center_baraboo​​

Miss Amy's Corner

 

2022-2023 Waivers

Attention Parents & Guardians:

Waivers for the 2022-2023 dance year are now available HERE. Families can either drop off their completed forms at the BRAVO office, mail it in, scan or take a photo and email it to bravocenterdance@gmail.com

Fall 2022 BAND Invitations

Class BAND invitations are now live!

Click HERE to join your dancer's group BAND page to stay up to date on announcements, rehearsal videos and more!

Save the Dates

17th Annual Holiday Spectacular

Dress Rehearsal:

Friday, December 2nd, 2022

Performances:

Saturday, December 3rd, 2022

BRAVO Pilates and Yoga is Back

Drop-In Classes led by

Bon Clark

Please see the Fitness Page for more information!

Face Masks Optional

The BRAVO Center will continue to require all of our COVID precautions, including optional mask-wear and encouraged social distancing.

Families are asked to keep their dancers home if they are feeling ill.

Thank you for putting your BRAVO family first- We're in this together!

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