Ms. Sam – Thursday/6:30 – 7:30 - Studio A
Costume Contact Mom: Misty Brasseaux / Cell #: 337-278-8718 / Email: brasseauxmd@yahoo.com


Costume:           Black and Red Shorts with Baseball Jersey Shirt

                           Black Hot Shorts must be worn under the shorts


Tights:               NO TIGHTS


Shoes:                Black High-Top Converse

                           No Show Socks


Hair:                   Hair Half Up and Half Down

Class Picture Times:  
Hip Hop Junior High - Thursday, March 29th @ 6:45 pm
Please arrive at least 10 minutes prior to the scheduled time.  Arrive in regular DANCE ATTIRE to take the class picture first.  Individual photos will be taken following your class picture.  All photos will be taken at The Dance Warehouse.  Hair for all pictures can be styled differently than how it will be worn on Revue day.

* Please label ALL pieces of your child’s costume.  Including tights and shoes!

* NO underwear.  NO jewelry.  NO nail polish.

* Hairnets must be used for those who will wear a bun for the revue.  A bun hairstyle requires multiple bobby pins and hair gel/spray to maintain a tidy bun.  For girls with shorter hair a ‘donut’ may be used to create a bun.  Please watch this video for ways to make a good bun. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=882m4QKu0sg&feature=em-share_video_user

* Makeup should be applied heavily due to lighting. Browns, plums, and pinks look best from stage.

* Please make sure that bows on ballet shoes are tucked in and that there are NO bows on your child’s tap shoes.  If they are patent leather-they must be changed to black elastic.

* Spray Paint for shoes is available at the studio.  The color is "Sand" if you are spraying shoes tan.  The paint is $7.00 per can and can be shared by a few students

* Undergarments should be worn if needed.  If your child requires a bra, it must be nude (black in some cases) and it should not be seen from the audience.  The Ultimate has various bra options for purchase. 

* You may contact this class’s costume contact mom with any questions you have regarding your child’s costume.

AS OF 3/10/18