February Newsletter

JUNE DANCE PERFORMANCE

The staff at Upper Falls Dance Academy will be presenting “FLASHBACK” on June 15. We are all excited and look forward to creating this performance along with the students. Pictures of the selected costumes are posted. Details on tights & changes or additions to the costumes will be posted as decided. Costumes come in general size ranges and although costumes were ordered closest to each students’ measurements, individual adjustments may be necessary.


Costumes that are in stock will be here this month. All other orders will not arrive until Spring. Please do not allow your children to play in or wear their costume until dress rehearsal so it can remain in good condition for the show. Check that the costume came with all accessories needed and make any alterations needed in advance. All costumes have been packaged in bags and will need to be hung and steamed to remove wrinkles. Costume balances will be available on the studio site under your personal account by the end of February and are due on March 1st.


STUDIO NEWS

  • Take a dig through the basement and attic! We are looking for props for our “Flashback” show. Items include old house phones, answering machines, cell phones, Atari game controllers, Nintendo controllers, boom box, stereo, Walkman, discman. If you have any relic that is still hanging around we would love to borrow it. Nothing has to be in working condition.


  • UFDA Summer Dance Schedule - Be on the lookout for more information later in Feb.


  • Information will be available soon about our summer dance programs. 


MARK YOUR CALENDAR

Classes will be held on Monday, February 18 (Presidents Day)


UFDA Bullroast Fundraiser – March 29

Tickets on sale now! Feb. 15 is the last day to get the incentive for purchasing a table of 10. 


Baltimore Dance Invitational

Ms. Alyson is in her 6th season as a company member of The Collective Dance Company here in Baltimore. Next week, February 6th, is the 6th Annual Baltimore Dance Invitational at 7:30 PM at Gordon Center for the Performing Arts. Experience an evening of the best in regional, professional dance drawn from the area’s top talent including Baltimore, D.C., Philadelphia, New York, and even Colorado! It is an eclectic showcase of original dance. This is a wonderful opportunity for you and your dancer to experience a professional dance concert. For more information, you can get in touch with Ms. Alyson at jacquesalyson@gmail.com. Click here for tickets

For more information, visit The Collective website or its Facebook page.


INCLEMENT WEATHER POLICY

We do not follow Baltimore County Public Schools for inclement weather.

All weather related announcements will be posted on our Facebook Page and Emailed.