Mummy and student should wear comfortable and stretchy clothes that you can move freely in. Cute tutus welcome. Socks with grips or pink ballet shoes must be worn.
ATTIRE FOR DANCE CLASSES AT PENNY LANE DANCE ACADEMY
Pink Revolution leotard and skirt or tutu. Pink ballet tights or socks. Pink Revolution ballet shoes, RevolutionBlack tap shoes. Hair off the face in a ponytail or bun. 3-5 yr mixed age classes follow pink uniform guidelines.
Penny Lane tank top or T-shirt, booty shorts, and Grey Sparkle hip hop sneaker (for sale at PLDA). NO OUTDOOR SHOES ALLOWED. Hair off the face in a ponytail.
Penny Lane tank top or T-shirt with any color sweats, jazz pants/leggings, or boy shorts. Black high top sequin Hip Hop sneaker (for sale at PLDA). NO OUTDOOR SHOES ALLOWED. Hair off the face in a ponytail.
Lavender leotard and Lavender pull-on ballet skirt. Pink footed or transitional ballet tights, pink ballet shoes and Black slip on tap shoes. Wrap sweater/shrug is allowable for warm up. Hair in a bun off the face.
Revolution lavender leotard and matching skirt with caramel Jazz shoe and any color boy shorts. Hair in a pony off the face.
Royal Blue leotard and Royal Blue pull-on regulation ballet skirt. Pink footed or transition ballet tights. Pink ballet shoes and slip on black tap shoes. Wrap sweater/shrug is allowable for warm-up. Hair in a bun off the face. (Older Combo Ballet-Tap classes are advised to wear canvas or leather split sole ballet shoes and lace- up tap shoe.)
Black leotard, wrap ballet skirt may be worn for center. Pink transition or footed tights. Pink canvas or leather split ballet shoes. Wrap sweater/shrug is allowable for warm-up. Hair in a bun off the face.
Light blue regulation leotard with matching pull on skirt. Revolution ballet shoes, with tights, hair in a bun
Burgundy regulation leotard and skirt, Revolution pink tights and ballet shoes. Hair in a bun.
I am writing to tell about the extraordinary attention my daughter, Alexandra, has received at Penny Lane Dance Academy under the guidance and tutelage of Andi McCormack. My daughter began ballet and tap with Miss Andi in 2000. She was only 2 years old. Andi introduced and opened a world of dance to Alex by encouraging, complimenting, modeling, and asking her to pretend she was a princess, the wind, a fairy, a feather, etc. It was joyful for me to watch, and Andi gave Alex the greatest gift, "HOPE" for a wonderful future in the art of dance. Fast forward ten years. Although Alex's school has offered ballet every year since 1st grade, she has still continued to take dance classes with Penny Lane. My child loves taking tap and hip hop besides ballet. If someone is looking to give a gift to a young girl, I highly recommend taking classes at Penny Lane with Andi. She is caring and loving towards every child. She knows how to work with girls and boys who know what they want and those who need encouraging. Her interpersonal skills with both parent and child are exemplary. We love her and all her staff.
My daughter has been dancing (and sometimes singing) at Penny Lane since they first opened in Somers 2009. She loves each performance whether at Madison Square Garden or Somers Manor Nursing Home. She's learned the importance of dedication and attention to detail, and those skills have carried into her studies as well. Gracie is looking forward to dancing at Penny Lane until she graduates from high school.
I like to dance ballet with Miss Lucia because it makes me feel beautiful inside and out.
Our girls have danced at Penny Lane since they were two-years-old. Not only do they love it but, as parents, we can't say enough about the quality and appropriateness of the instruction, teachers, and performances. We take great pride in being a part of the Penny Lane family.
Penny Lane Dance Academy's summer and winter program was so amazing that my 3 daughters can not wait to go back and dance with Miss Andi in the fall!
My three daughters have been part of the Penny Lane family for many years. We first came to Penny Lane because it was such a great environment for the little ones. But my older daughter also found a home on the dance team where she stayed through high school. Now my youngest is on the team as well and she could not be happier!