Studio Closure

With heavy hearts, we are announcing a temporary closure until further notice. We are so appreciative of our amazing families who have been so supportive as we have been navigating this situation.

What this means for dancers

We want to keep dancers engaged during this time off and are planning to keep connected in a few different ways.

As of Monday March 30th we are resuming our regular group lessons all through zoom.

We are working on getting and email of recital practice videos to you this week.
Each class will have a reminder post schedule an hour before. All Videos are being recorded and will be posted in the facebook group under its reminder, in the comments.

We are continuing to offer FREE Facebook & Instagram Live dance opportunities to our local community.

We are still planning on performing our spring ballet, Snow White on May 8th & 9th

Recital is still being planned as scheduled

Summer camps are open for enrollment.

What this means for our staff

We are committed to supporting our staff and their families as well and will be paying staff for their full teaching hours during this week closure. We encourage families who are financially able to continue to support small business and the performing arts during this uncertain time in any way possible.

What this means for the studio community

We are proud to have a supportive, loving, optimistic community at CDT. Social distancing is not a way of distancing from one another, but instead a way to support those who are most vulnerable among us. This is always what CDT has stood for, so this situation is no different. If your family is struggling financially, if you are need of meals, child care, transportation, or any other basic need that we can help with, we are here. Please let us know how we can help.

We want to be here to support your family emotionally as well since we know this can be a stressful time. Please reach out if we can help and we will be checking in regularly on our CDT Facebook page and in our CDT Parent Facebook group. As much normalcy and fun as you can provide to your kids at this time is important, so we hope to help support that as well.