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    The official leotards for the Pre Professional Training Program are Capezio Regular Camisole (Style # CC100) or Princess Camisole (Style # CC101) Leotards in black. Please see below for specific dress codes in the Program. All female students in the Pre Professional Training Program should have hair in a neat bun or securely pinned back for shorter hairstyles.

    Capezio's Regular Camisole or Princess Camisole Leotards can be purchased at the Peridance Capezio Center boutique or at any dancewear store selling Capezio apparel.

    Core I - IVB

    Capezio Regular Camisole (Style # CC100) or Princess Camisole (Style # CC101) Leotard in Black / Pink Footed Ballet Tights / Pink Split-Sole Ballet Slippers

    Jr./Sr. Ensemble

    Capezio Regular Camisole (Style # CC100), Princess Camisole (Style # CC101) Leotard, or similar style leotard in Black / Pink Footed Ballet Tights / Pink Split-Sole Ballet Slippers / Pointe Shoes (will be notified individually if required)

    Boys' Ballet Attire

    White Fitted T-Shirt / Black Boys' Tights / Black Ballet Slippers






    PLEASE NOTE


      No skirts or shorts allowed. For all levels, it is required that dancers wear pink footed ballet tights.
      If your child wears 3/4 length tights or bare legs they will NOT be allowed to take class.
      No watches, jewelry or gum allowed in class.
      All hair must be pulled back into a neat bun with hairpins and a hairnet. Bangs must be pinned back neatly.