Closed from April 12 to 17.
I am ready to unplug and take a break. I usually spend this week finalizing Showcase details and planning for the New Fall Season. I will be doing that, but with nowhere to go and no one to see, I will plan on completely turning off all devices for a few days and plan some solo hikes. I love to hike and explore new places and the outdoors. We are extremely lucky to have so many local ravines, parks and trails. I hope that you and your family find a way to enjoy the spring weather, rejuvenate and maybe even hug a few trees. I hear that is good for the soul!
SAVE THE DATES:
Spring Fling! Friday, April 30; 3-6 year olds 4:30-5:00, 7-10 year olds 5:15-6:15
Katie and our Performance Teams are planning a FREE fun Spring Fling filled with activities and dancing! Watch for more information on the Pegasus Family Facebook page. That's where all the information will be shared first! Please join our Facebook Family page. Not on Facebook, please let us know so we can make sure you get all the latest information.
Interested in finding out more about our Performance Groups, come and join in the fun and meet the Team!
Showcase: May 29 & 30 and June 5 & 6 These are the dates that we have been planning on and posted on our website since last year. Although everything in this year has not gone as planned, and our Showcase will look different, at least we can be consistent with the dates!
There’s something quite special about the way dance performances impact our students. It’s hard to describe, but we’ll try to put it in words!
Dance is, at its core, a performing art. When our dancers practice their technique and skills in class, it is to gain both competence and confidence. When they practice their musicality and showmanship, they are building artistry—in some cases delivering a choreographer’s vision, and in other cases, discovering how to express their own emotions. Even our youngest dancers are building the foundation of how to be a performer. They are learning what it means to improve through the repetition of “muscle memory,” and they’re learning how to entertain with their skills, showing off their best effort.
Performing, for our students, is a bit like having their batteries recharged. It’s a time when everything they’ve been working on culminates into one big moment; it’s a time of excitement, overcoming nerves, trying their hardest, and feeling pride in themselves—a sense of accomplishment. And then, after the dust settles, they begin working towards the next performance opportunity, and the next after that.