2024 Jr Holiday Shows

Holly Jolly, our annual Jr. Holiday Show is a festive, fun recital featuring all creative movement, beginning ballet and mini-classes. Participating in this show is an exciting event in a young dancer's life. We have worked hard to make their experience smooth and fun. Please read through this document for all details.

Performance Dates & Tickets

Performance Dates

Stuart Classes
Saturday, November 30 at 11:30 am

Palm City Classes
Sunday, December 1 at 11:30 am


Tickets are purchased directly from the Lyric Theatre website:  https://www.lyrictheatre.com/

Our shows do sell out, so please purchase your tickets as early as possible.

Performance Day Schedule (11:30 am show)

Dancer Drop Off (No Later Than 10:45 am)

Dancers need to arrive at the stage door no later than 10:45 AM in a nude leotard with their hair and make-up stage-ready. 

Our staff will check them in at the backstage door located on Flagler Ave, just north of the theatre entrance. (Parents are not allowed to enter backstage with their child.) We will take your child to their teacher, and she will change them into their costume. You can purchase a nude leotard with straps (no sleeves) from https://discountdance.com/ or Amazon for modesty purposes. 

After the Show Dancer Pick Up

You will be directed to go outside to the stage door to receive your child. Once all classes have removed their costumes, and are seated onstage, parents will be invited to come back stage & check their child out. 

Costume, Hair & Make-Up


DAS provides costumes and headpieces for the show. These costumes are kept backstage and are not allowed out of the theatre.

Each dancer is responsible for purchasing the following items:

Female Dancers

Male Dancers

  • See your teacher for any additional requirements.

Other things to keep in mind

  • Please ensure tights have no runs or holes and ballet slippers are clean.
  • Underwear should be nude and not have any prints.

Hair, Makeup, Costume Requirements

All female dancers are required to wear a nude leotard under their costume.


Dancers should not wear any jewelry except simple stud earrings.


Parents know their kids better than anyone else does, so they may be better equipped to gauge what their little ones can handle when for the patience and cautiousness that comes with a full face of makeup.

Typically, less is more when it comes to stage makeup for kids, but it is important to apply some makeup to make dancers more visible to the audience and the overall look of the performance.


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