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2020 Recital Information

Here at Red Door Dance we pride ourselves on the professional, age appropriate recitals we hold in May. Our recitals are meant to be stress-free for the parents and rewarding and educational for the dancers. Check back here for all important Recital Information!

📷 PICTURE WEEK:     MARCH 23-26 at Red Door Dance Academy! ALL classes participating in recital will have group pictures taken March 23-26 with the option to purchase individual pictures/packages. Pictures are scheduled during your dancer’s normal class time during the week.

STAGE REHEARSAL:     FRIDAY MAY 8, 2020 Texas High School, Sullivan Performing Arts Center. ALL classes participating in recital attend our MANDATORY stage rehearsal May 8th, 2020. Upon arrival, dancers should check-in to go backstage with staff in RDDA dress code and recital hair (Bun, pigtails, or high pony) with all necessary dance shoes. No additional items will be allowed back stage.  

RECITAL DAY:     SATURDAY MAY 9, 2020 3:00 PM. Texas High School, Sullivan Performing Arts Center. Dancer check-in begins at 2:15 PM. Dancers should arrive in costume with hair and make-up completely finished before checking in. Check our show orders (published in January 2020) to see which costume your dancer should arrive in if your dancer is in more than one number. 

PRACTICE MUSIC & VIDEOS: We encourage dancer’s to practice their recital dances at home so they can SHINE on stage! Find each class’ practice music & videos here!

Word On the Street

“My daughter has been blessed to have had Jessica be her principal dance teacher and competitive dance choreographer for the last three years at RDDA. It was obvious from her first rehearsal that she instructs not only from her years of notable technical training and experience but from her heart filled with love and passion for the art of dance. My daughter would not be the passionate, dedicated, respectful and successful dancer she is today without Jessica’s impeccable technical direction and constant encouragement to be the best dancer she can be. My family will miss her everyday, the Texarkana dance community is extremely fortunate to be gaining her. ”


Tatum, Age 7

“Jessica is unlike many dance instructors. She helps students keep their passion for dance alive by providing an atmosphere that is creative and fun while pushing students to try something they felt they wouldn’t be able to do. Because of that my daughter hasn’t grown bored with dance under Jessica’s instruction. She is always excited to see what new technique she will learn.”


Yasmin, Age 9