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10-27-2010, 09:55 AM
The dance studio my daughter attends is performing at Disney in March 2011. Does anyone have any experience with this type of thing? What should I expect? We all have a special package including breakfast and dinner, park tickets, etc and are staying at CBR.
Thanks for sharing! :mickey:
10-27-2010, 04:55 PM
Does anyone have any experience with this type of thing?
. . . we have had bands and dance troops
. . . the process and activities are almost identical
. . . relax and enjoy the experience
. . . it is truly fun for the kids and adults
What should I expect?
. . . you get to you hotel
. . . you have a practice session the day before
. . . you perform at the 1-2 locations assigned
. . . you have free time for the balance of the trip
. . . you are expected to chaperon the kids *
. . . never heard of anyone being thrown out, though they could
We all have a special package including breakfast and dinner, park tickets, etc and are staying at CBR.
. . . these packages are available to all performers
. . . the meals are usually done through vouchers
. . . the tickets are issued as part of the package price
. . . the packages are pretty standard for the 3-4 days you are there
* One of the exceptions is Pop Warner Football & Cheerleaders. The adults are "guides" and not chaperones. Thus, the reason why there is so many problems with the groups.
10-27-2010, 08:56 PM
My daughter is dancing at Disney in December-I will let you know after she dances!:thumbsup:
10-28-2010, 07:02 PM
Both of my girls dance and that would be a dream for both of them to perform at Disney Enjoy your time and experience. Have fun!
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