CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR 2020/2021 LEGACY COMPANY MEMBERS!

Hannah Hoth, Kate Johnson, Jade McKee, Lucie McKellar, Madison Schuehler, Zoe Self, Vivian Wusinich

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Company Auditions

Next season will begin in 2022

What to bring:

Ballet attire plus layers/shoes to put on potentially for modern or jazz.

Please have your hair pulled back neatly in a bun.

Water bottle, small snack

Be prepared for a ballet class, and learning/presenting 2 short combinations.

Company Requirements

To be a candidate to audition for the Summit Legacy Company, dancers must meet ALL of the following requirements:

  • Be a registered student enrolled at the time of auditions.

  • Be enrolled in the level 5 or 6 program.

  • Be at least 12 years of age OR a middle/high school student at the time of auditions.

To be accepted as a member of the Summit Legacy Company, dancers and their families must understand and agree to the following :

  • Attend scheduled rehearsals through the duration of the season.

  • Adhere to our absence policy regarding rehearsals and technique classes.

  • Pay the full company fee. This payment includes all rehearsal time, travel expenses, out of town workshop and in-studio workshop fees, group competition costumes, matching company warmup attire, professional photography/video rights.  There will be fundraising opportunities and payment plan options available.  

Absence Policy

More than 3 absences from rehearsal (even if they are excused) will be grounds for removal from a dance or in some cases suspension from the company (ie: unexcused absences).  ALL absences must be addressed as soon as possible to be considered excused.

More than 5 excused absences from any 1 technique class will be grounds for removal from a dance or in some cases suspension from the company.

More than 2 unexcused absences from any 1 technique class will be grounds for removal from a dance or in some cases suspension from the company.

This policy extends from the first to the last day of company rehearsals/performances.

 

Exceptions will only be made under extreme circumstances (not to include family vacations, even ones that were planned in advanced, or school events).