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    Quote Originally Posted by lambjam View Post
    No, we don't have to buy the DVD. I wouldn't feel right copying ours though; they're produced by a small local company who I'd hate to rip off.

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    It's amazing to see the price differences

    For DD this year she is doing 2 items so it will cost us...

    Stockings (matte and pink) approx $20 each
    Hair Piece (we have from previous years), normally $65
    Lipstick (pink and red, we have from previous but cost $16 each).

    Costumes $130 approx each

    Tickets approx $50 each (for adult)
    Program $10
    Dvd $90

    Photos if we want any are usually approx $10 each for the small pics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lambjam View Post
    No, we don't have to buy the DVD. I wouldn't feel right copying ours though; they're produced by a small local company who I'd hate to rip off.
    Same! Would not feel right copying it

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    Default Re: Whose child does dancing?

    If its a small company I understand, the company does ours is rather large our school has almost 600 kids and growing they make an absolute killing off ours that's 2 concerts a year.
    Do you have theme concerts? End of year for us is book's can't wait.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tully78 View Post
    Do you have theme concerts? End of year for us is book's can't wait.
    This year ours is Mary Poppins. It's DS3's third show, his others were The Faraway Tree and The Sound of Music. They're pretty amazing actually; his ballet school books a theatre at The Canberra Theatre for three days of rehearsals and two sell-out shows. The shows start off with the little ones (lots of awwww moments) and end up with the older dancers who are simply fabulous.

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    Default Whose child does dancing?

    Yes, ours always has a theme.

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    My girls did calisthenics last year, for the concert we got a dvd which cost $40, we weren't allowed to take cameras/mobiles in. Tickets were $10 per person.


 

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