Site-Specific Protection Plan for East County Performing Arts Center
Returning to class with small class sizes of 15 or less kids depending on dance room size
Person responsible for designing, executing and overseeing this plan- Nina Koch, owner
3901 Walnut Blvd Suites B& C
Brentwood, Ca 94513
General Safety and Health Protocols
Drop off and pick up procedures protocols
What happens if a student who has returned back to class, a staff member, or an immediate family member of that population tests positive for Covid-19?
We will follow reporting protocols set by the county health department and notify the studio population accordingly while maintaining HIPPA regulations.
This plan is posted on our website www.brentwooddance.com, it has been submitted to the county health department and the Brentwood Police Department, County Supervisor’s Office, Chamber of Commerce, and Mayor’s Office.
Does your dancer love to perform? The East County Performing Company is for you! Performing Company is a non-competitive group of dancers ages of 3 - teens.
Performing Company News
Performing Company Placements
Audition forms will need to be completed by TBD
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What is Performing Company?
The ECPAC Performing Company is a dedicated group of dancers who represent our studio in community performances. This is a non-competitive group of dancers and is open to all levels and experience. If your child loves to dance and loves to perform then this is the group for you!
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ECPAC Comp Team News
Our East County Performing Arts Center competition team is made of approximately 100 dancers between the ages of 5 and 18. At ECPAC we believe that competition team is more than just bringing home a trophy. We strive to build an environment where the dancers will learn about personal responsibility, teamwork and self-respect.
Not only do dancers get great training, access to master teachers, professional choreography and audition and performance opportunities but they are also expected and encouraged to attend college.
At ECPAC although we have a strict program and high expectations for our dancers, we are a family. We work hard together and we celebrate and have fun together!
Semi-Comp Teams do not need to audition, but please fill out the audition application.
All dancers auditioning must have completed the ONLINE AUDITION APPLICATION completed before June 18th at 3pm. Dancers need to come with dance shoes for style auditioning for, dance clothes, hair in a ponytail with all hair out of their face (girls).
Along with the online application, dancers will need to bring their signed Code of Conduct and their Energy Bus Ticket (available below) and headshot. As discussed in the parent meetings ECPAC is rooted in the practices we learned in the book The Energy Bus so dancers will need to turn in their ticket to ride!
Send them with water They will learn a combination and they will have to show the panel of judges (teachers) as many times as needed in groups Some dancers will be asked to attend the next age group later in the day if the judges would like to see them dance with older dancers
Dancers attend the time for the style they wish to be considered for and the time for their age as of June 1 (not age in the Fall)
2020 Competition Team Auditions
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Answers to Common Questions
What is Competition Team?
It is a chance for dancers to go to and compete in dance competitions. They compete against other dance studios in their age category and in dance categories, for example, 7-8 year old Jazz. All of the competitions we attend are within driving distance. Some competitions reward with trophies some with ribbons, some with cash.
Depending on how the dancers place, they can qualify to compete at a national competition. Many of the national competitions are held in Las Vegas and are always held in the summer. Some national competitions are televised. Competition Teams also have the opportunity to attend dance conventions.
What is a Dance Convention
A dance convention is an all day workshop or weekend long event where dancers have the wonderful opportunity to take classes from professional and/or famous dancers and choreographers. The conventions usually begin Saturday morning with the first class at 8:00 am and end at about 3:00 pm. That is usually 6 classes with a couple of breaks. Usually there is a competition in the evening and usually lasts pretty late. Then there are more classes Sunday starting at 8:00 am until 3:00 or 4:00 pm.
During the convention, dancers have the opportunity to audition for scholarships to attend the convention for free the next year or various prizes that will continue their dance education…so prizes conventions have awarded are music video shoots, meetings/auditions with talent agents, photo shoots, free classes at professional studios in LA and dance trips to New York City. It is an exhausting weekend but completely worth it.