Schedule of Upcoming Events
Extremely Important Information
While PTB does its very best to NOT change the schedule, sometimes changes happen. Please check in regularly to see if any changes have happened.
Auditions: Saturday, August 27
at Pacific Ballet Conservatory
230pm Registration for Ballet 2-4 (all dancers who are not auditioning en pointe, must be a full Ballet 2)
330pm Registration for Pointe 1 dancers (must be a full Pointe 1, no beginning Pointe)
430pm Registration Pointe 2-4 Dancers
Wednesday, August 31, Contracts will be snail mailed to the dancers
September 10: 230-630pm
September 16: 7-9pm
September 17: 230-630pm
September 23: 7-9pm
September 24: 230-630pm
September 30: 7-9pm
October 1: 230-630pm
October 7: 7-9pm
October 8: 230-630pm
October 14: 7-9pm
October 15: 230-630pm
October 21: 7-9pm
October 22: 230-630pm
October 28: 7-9pm This is our final Friday nite rehearsal.
October 29: 230-6pm: all dancers needed
October 29: 6pm Annual Boo Bash! It's a blast, dinner, trunk or treat and costumes!
November 5: 230-630pm all dancers needed
November 12: 230-630pm all dancers needed
November 19: 230-630pm Dress Rehearsal at PBC, all dancers needed, full hair, makeup and costumes
November 27, Sunday: 6-9pm Nut rehearsal at PBC, no pointe shoes, no costumes
Thursday, December 1 TBA Possible Dress Rehearsal from 4-9pm
Friday, December 2
Dancers Arrive at Coast Hills Church at 5pm
Saturday, December 3
1 pm all dancers arrive at CHC
130 pm all dancers warm up on stage
2 pm Return to Dressing Rooms for final preparations
3pm First Performance of the day
5-6 Dinner break (families provide your own food)
6pm All Dancers Back in Dressing rooms
615-630 short Stretch
Sunday December 4
1pm All Dancers Arrive at CHC
130pm Warm up on stage
3pm Final Performance including recognition of High School Seniors (we ask that the parents of each High School Senior bring a bouquet of flowers to this performance. Each senior student will be called forward as will their parents (from their seats in the audience) to present the flowers to their dancer)
5pm All parents help strike sets and load truck
6pm All Parents accompany the truck to the storage unit to pack up all scenery.
That's all folks!
Merry Christmas, Happy New Year 2023!
*All costumes must be returned by Saturday, December 19 to the racks in the storage room in Studio D at PBC.
*If costumes are not returned you will be charged for the price of replacement. If the costume has been discontinued you will be charged for the cost of replacing the entire set.
*Costumes must be returned unsoiled and "Un-Stinkified". Smell them to see if they are stinky.
Party mothers and girls, dresses must be dry cleaned.
Maids: all items can be washed in cold water only, gentle cycle. Iron aprons
Snow, Ribbon Candy, Waltz, Marzipan, Tamburelli, Pastel Mints, Waltz or any other tutu: tutus are to be aired out for at least 1 week and then hung upside down in bags. Notify Ann-Marie if they are stinky.
Oolong Tea: dry clean
If there is a costume I have forgotten, please read the cleaning instructions on the inside of the costume and/or contact me via email: email@example.com
Required Dance Supplies for Performing with Pacific Theatre Ballet
All dancers need performance earrings! Order them today!
Party mothers need black tights and black character shoes.
All other dancers need pink, professional mesh, Capezio tights,
soft leather ballet slippers must be Bloch split sole. No canvas slippers!!!!!!1
Pointe shoes must be "calamine-d".
All dancers need a short, curly bun wig matching their hair color.
All dancers need a nude leotard to be worn "Bathing suit-style" under all costumes.
Oolong Dancers need a white spaghetti strap leotard.
All supplies are available at Dancer's Choice in Aliso Viejo.
Liquid Foundation/Makeup as a base
Eyes: Brown eye shadow on the lid, white under the brow bone.
Black liquid eyeliner around the eyes.
Black mascara on lashes, no grey or brown.
Cheeks: Brown (Covergirl soft sable can be used on the cheeks and on the eyelids).
Lips: Red! Not burgundy or pink.
To seal the makeup: face powder. Loose powder works the best.
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