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BNR Dance Company accepts students ages 4 and up. 

Continuous Enrollment is available throughout the year, depending on class availability. 

 

When classes are at capacity your child can be placed on a wait list to be contacted when a spot becomes available.

 

There are a few simple steps to getting started in the BNR Dance Co...

Step One:

Familiarize yourself with the website.

The Brochure and Company Policies, located at the bottom of this page, can answer questions regarding fees, location, class attire, ect.

Step Two:

Call or Email Brandy Getz (Owner and Operator) to discuss an appropriate trial class to attend. There is no commitment required of new students right away. A new student is offered 2 trial classes, then a decision should be determined whether or not to join for the season, in order for the class to prepare for performances. 

Step Three:

Learn about performance opportunities 

The BNR Dance Company holds two performances per year: 

The Fall Review 

    An informal performance showcasing each student's mid season progress. You will see partial run-throughs of dances being learned, solos filled with new maneuvers to be mastered, and for some students it is their first stage performance. The Fall Review is intended to give the dancers and parents an idea of what is expected on stage. 

The Spring Recital 

    A formal performance showcasing each students end of season progress. You will see the completed dances from the Fall Review, mastered solos, along with beautiful costumes that are ordered for each dancer. 

Both performances allow parents and dancers a chance to see other dancers within the company perform at various levels. 

These are held in November and May with rehearsals on the stage the week before the performance.

Only Full Season Tuition ($400)  includes the dancer's costume for the Spring Performance. 

* Students are not required to perform on stage if they choose to opt out, but this must be communicated to the Instructor in advance in order to prepare choreography and order costumes.