“Histown has changed my life over the five years I danced there! I have made some of my best friends there, and I have grown so much, physically and spiritually. The teachers pushed me and helped me become the dancer that I never thought I could be, but they also poured their own experiences into us, and became our mentors and friends. Histown is truly my second family and I am so thankful I had the opportunity to dance there because it is so much more than just a dance studio to me. It gave me support and love every time I walked through the door. Thank you Histown!”
— BRENNA WOLFE,

DRESS CODE

Dressing appropriate for class helps the overall quality of learning without distractions.

Ballet / Creative Movement 

  1. Creative Movement through Level 2B dancers are to wear pink ballet tights (not footless) and leotards of any color. No leggings. Level 3A through 4B dancers are to wear pink ballet tights (not footless) and black leotards.

  2. Ballet skirt is optional and must be worn around the waist.

  3. Ballet shoes may be leather or canvas. Ballet shoes may be split sole or full sole. (No ballet slippers.)

  4. Hair must be securely up in a bun using bobby pins. If it comes down in class it was not secured well enough.


 

Jazz  

  1. Dancers may wear tights with or without fitted shorts, leggings or jazz pants

  2. Must wear leotards. Level 3A and up must wear black leotards. No shirts are allowed.

  3. Jazz shoes are necessary for jazz class. Black shoes are preferred and used in performances.

  4. Hair must be securely pulled up away from face, long hair needs to be all the way up in a pony-tail.


 

Hip-Hop  

  1. Dancers may wear sweats, shorts, dance pants, shirts, t-shirts and/or anything comfortable you can move in and dance freely.

  2. Dancers must wear tennis shoes/sneakers to class.

  3. Keep it modest. No half-shirts or clothing that bares the mid-driff. Dressing appropriate for class is respectful of the teacher and the class.


Contemporary  

  1. Dancers may wear tights with or without fitted shorts, leggings or dance pants.

  2. Leotards are required. Level 3A and up must wear black leotards. Fitted shirts are allowed.

  3. Bare feet or foot undies may be worn.

  4. Hair must be securely pulled up away from face, long hair needs to be up.


Modern 

  1. Dancers may wear tights with or without fitted shorts, leggings or dance pants.

  2. Leotards are required. Level 3A and up must wear black leotards. Fitted shirts are allowed.

  3. Bare feet are necessary for modern class.

  4. Hair must be securely pulled up away from face, long hair needs to be all the way up.


Musical Theater  

  1. Dancers may wear tights with or without fitted shorts, leggings or jazz pants

  2. Must wear leotards. Level 3A and up must wear black leotards. Fitted shirts are allowed.

  3. Jazz shoes are necessary for musical theater. Black shoes are preferred and used in performances.

  4. Hair must be securely pulled up away from face, long hair needs to be all the way up in a pony-tail.


Tap  

  1. Dancers may wear tights with or without fitted shorts, leggings or jazz pants

  2. Must wear leotards. Level 3A and up must wear black leotards. Fitted shirts are allowed.

  3. Tap shoes are necessary. Black shoes are preferred and used in performances.

  4. Hair must be securely pulled up away from face, long hair needs to be all the way up in a pony-tail.


Acro  

  1. Dancers may wear tights with or without fitted shorts.

  2. Must wear leotards. Fitted shirts are allowed.

  3. Bare feet or foot undies may be worn.

  4. Hair must be securely pulled up away from face, long hair needs to be all the way up in a pony-tail.