What's New

Summer 2017 planning has begun.  Click here

Dance Teacher Magazine's October 2014 Issue features a story on JoJean Retrum and her work with male dancers.  http://www.dance-teacher.com/2014/12/teachers-tools-up-close-with-jojean-retrum/

Owner, Jo Jean Retrum, is quoted in September 2011's Dance Teacher Magazine.  Article

Monona Academy of Dance is mentioned in a national magazine.  So proud to be a tenant at the new Sun Prairie Ice Arean.  Article

Mommy and Me Classes!

 

What to Wear

Hair must be up and secured in a bun if long enough. If hair is not long enough for a bun, hair must be tightly secured up away from the face, eyes, and neck. No ponytails, please. Barrettes are not enough by themselves!

Absolutely no jewelry in class!

STUDENTS NOT ADHERING TO DRESS CODE WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO ENTER OR PARTICIPATE IN CLASS.
NO EXCEPTIONS!

Girls

PINK leotards for Creative Movement and Pre-Ballet students;

LAVENDER leotards for Pre-Ballet II students;

CANDY PINK leotards for Begining Ballet students;

LIGHT BLUE leotards for Levels I students;

MINT leotards for Level II students;

ROYAL BLUE leotards for Level III students;

MAROON leotards for Level IV students;

PURPLE leotards for Junior Company;

BLACK leotards for Senior Company;

Pink tights and pink leather/canvas ballet shoes are to be worn in ballet class. Jazz shoes are to be worn for jazz class. Wrap skirts may be worn if they match the leotard color. No bulky warm-ups or sweats in class.

Boys

Well-fitting white t-shirt or tank top, dance belt, black tights or leggings, and black ballet shoes. Jazz shoes are to be worn for jazz class. No bulky warm-ups or sweats in class.

Adults

Ballet: Leotard, pink tights and ballet shoes for women; well-fitting tee or tank top with black leggings/shorts and black ballet shoes for men. Jazz shoes are to be worn for jazz class.  

ALL

Hair must be up and secured in a bun if long enough.  If a bun is not possible hair must be secured up away from the face, eyes and neck.  No ponytails please.  Barrettes are not enough by themselves.  No jewelry in class!


Students not adhering to the dress code will not be allowed to enter or participate in class.  No exceptions!