06 Apr Spring Recital
The Chamberlain School of Ballet spring recital is just around the corner! The performance will be April 29th at the Charles W. Eisemann Center in Richardson. All performances will once again be in the Hill Performance Hall.
When bringing your dancer to the theatre, please use the North Back Stage Door Entrance, which is located on Performance Drive closest to the attached parking garage, do not enter through the lobby. Dressing Room assignments will be posted at the backstage entrance. Due to restricted space, the dressing room area is limited to ONE parent per child (must have a Backstage Wristband). NO other children are allowed downstairs in the dressing room area.
There will be no regular classes during the week of April 24 – April 29, 2017. Attendance at all rehearsals outside of the regularly scheduled classes is most important. All of the students have worked very hard to present their work and out of respect to all, these rehearsals are mandatory.
The school’s Spring Performance will have two separate productions, each lasting approximately 2-1/2 hours. Everyone is welcome to attend. TICKETS may be purchased through the Eisemann Ticket Office by calling 972-744-4650 or purchased online starting Wednesday, March 22th at www.eisemanncenter.com. It is the Eisemann Center’s policy that all patrons, regardless of age, must have a ticket (no lap children). If your dancer performs in the first half of the performance and you want them to be seated with you for the second half, you will need to purchase a ticket for them and retrieve them at intermission only.
Children that dance in the second half of the performance will be seated in the balcony with chaperones for the first half of the performance. If your child dances in the first half and you don’t want to retrieve them at intermission, please let Carolyn Cox know so that they can sit with chaperones in the balcony for the remainder of the performance. You can then meet them in the dressing room after the show.
Thank you for your cooperation in getting the students to and from the rehearsals on time. The students have been working very hard and we are all looking forward to a wonderful Spring Performance!