Costume Details
To view your child's dance costume, please click on their teacher name below. Costume details such hairstyle, tight color, shoes, and accessories are noted and should be followed for dress rehearsal, recital, and dance photo day. Photos of the costume from the catalog are included for reference only (please refer to written details).


Performance Make Up Guidelines

2018 DMA Photo Week: Monday 4/23 - Saturday 4/28

(Company photo day Monday 4/21 @ 10:00 am)

The dance CLASS photo will be available FREE of charge and the digital file will be emailed to everyone. Portrait packages to have individual/sibling photos taken are $30 (payable in advance). You will be able to download ALL the high resolution digital negatives with printing release for $1.50. Prints can be purchased separately through SmugMug (where your images will be posted) or at your local printer. All additional packages are 50% off! Additional packages can be for an another costume OR sibling. 
*If siblings take photos together, you only need to purchase one package. If you would like photos of siblings together AND each child separately, you would need to buy three packages for a total of $60. 

Dancers should arrive at their regular class time with their recital costume and hair/make up done. Please refer to the costume and makeup guidelines specified on our Costume Details above. Musicians are invited to have their portraits taken with their hand-held instruments or by themselves (not with a piano or drum set) on Saturday 4/21 between 12:30-1:00PM.


Treat your family to Dance & Music Academy's production of The Nutcracker: Land of the Sweets. 

November 27th - 29th, 2020 at the Roswell Cultural Arts Center.


Competition dancers compete at regional dance competitions throughout the Southeast. We believe in healthy competition which encourages our dancers to work hard towards the goal of being their personal best. Competition Teams are chosen through audition.


DMA is thrilled to offer performance groups to enhance the music education of its students. Not only will young musicians improve their abilities, they will have the opportunity to implement the skills they have learned during private lessons into a performance setting.