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Are you interested in learning audition techniques or improving your craft as a triple threat in Theatre Workshop? Do you hope to elevate your talents in various dance disciplines including Ballet, Jazz, Tap, Contemporary/Lyrical, Hip Hop and Jumps & Turns? Then Spring Lake Theatre & Dance is where you’ll want to be!

 

Steps away from the pristine beaches of Spring Lake, our community of eager students and talented faculty come together at 300 Madison Avenue to inspire, encourage and learn from one another.

Our multifunctional facility is one-of-a-kind, as it houses two studios and it’s very own 356-seat theatre.

Our Theatre Workshop Program allows children (grades 2-12) to excel in their strongest theatrical skills of singing, dancing or acting, while also learning and growing in the other facets of theatre. In May, each class will present a musical production with Broadway-quality costumes, lighting and set design!

Our Dance Program offers children (ages 3-18) classes in multiple disciplines for all levels, from the recreational dancer, to our award-winning competition students. We give each student the opportunity to grow up and learn in a supportive environment where they’ll be challenged, inspired and make lifelong friends. Our Annual Spring Recital is May 31; June 1, 2 in our VERY OWN THEATRE! 

Frequently asked questions

If my child chose in person class and then COVID-19 numbers in our area rose, could she transition to virtual?


Yes, your child may transition to virtual learning until restrictions are lifted and it is safe to attend indoor classes again.




Is there sufficient ventilation and air movement in the building?


Yes, we have installed UV air sanitizers into our existing air systems.




Is it possible to hold outside class again until the weather turns too cold?


At this time, we will not be offering outdoor class beginning in September and are very confident that we can hold indoor classes safely.




What if you register for in person classes and then in person classes are cancelled and changed to virtual classes? Will you be allowed to cancel the class?


We are very optimistic that we will not have to shut our doors again, but in the terrible event that we do, we ask that any class cancellations be made prior to January 15th.




Will we have full disclosure if there are any positive cases among staff or students, even if it’s in a different class?


There will be full and immediate disclosure to parents if we become aware that any staff or student has tested positive for the COVID-19 virus. Necessary protocols will then be taken to move all classes to a virtual platform where SLTD teachers will instruct from the theatre to your children online at home.





2020/2021 Dress Code & Required Items

Theatre Workshop: Students must have water, a binder, pencil and highlighter, the correct shoes and proper dance attire (see below) by the second week of class.

Dancers: Students should be prepared with water, correct shoes & attire for each class (see below) by the second week of class.

Theatre Workshop Grades 2-7: Leotards, leggings sweatpants, shirts, modest comfortable clothing. White or pink ballet shoes for girls, black jazz shoes for boys. NO JEANS. LEOTARDS MUST BE WORN UNDER ALL CLOTHING.  Must have a three ring, hardcover binder, pencils and a highlighter.

Theatre Workshop Grades 8-12: Leotards, leggings, sweatpants, shirts, modest comfortable clothing. Tan Character shoes for girls, black jazz shoes for boys. NO JEANS. LEOTARDS MUST BE WORN UNDER ALL CLOTHING.  Must have a three ring, hardcover binder, pencils and a highlighter.
 
Tap/Ballet Combination Classes: Dancers may wear any combination of black, white and pink including a leotard, skirt and white tights. 

SHOES: White Capezio Daisy ballet slippers and White Capezio Jr. Tyette tap shoes 

HAIR: Pulled back in a bun or ponytail
 
Tap/Ballet/Jazz Combination Classes: Dancers may wear any combination of black, white and pink including a leotard, skirt and tights. No pants or shorts.

SHOES: White Capezio Daisy ballet slippers, White Capezio Jr. Tyette tap shoes and Tan Capezio EJ2 Caramel jazz shoes

HAIR: Pulled back in a bun or ponytail


Ballet/Pointe: Dancers must wear a black leotard and pink footed tights; no shorts allowed

SHOES: So Danca pink canvas slippers and/or professionally fitted and properly sewn pointe shoes

HAIR: Neat ballet bun secured with either a bun shaper, hair net, or bun cover

 
Tap: Dancers must wear a leotard and black or tan tights with optional dance shorts or leggings

SHOES: Capezio Fluid tan tap shoe

HAIR: Pulled back in a bun or ponytail
 
Jazz: Dancers must wear a leotard and black or tan tights with optional dance shorts or leggings

SHOES: Capezio EJ2 caramel shoe

HAIR: Pulled back in a bun or ponytail

 
Lyrical: Dancers must wear a leotard and stirrup tights

SHOES: Capezio leather Pirouette 1/2 shoe. 

HAIR: Pulled back in a bun or ponytail
 
Hip Hop: Dancers must wear comfortable loose-fitting clothing. 

SHOES: Please choose a pair of sneakers that will live in your dance bag and be your hip hop shoes ONLY. We will be avoiding street shoes on the dance room floors as a way to prevent germs. We will decide on a color sneaker for your Spring Recital performance as it gets closer. 

HAIR: Pulled back off face

300 Madison Avenue, Spring Lake, NJ 07762

​info@springlaketheatre.com | Phone: 732 449 4530

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