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Makeup Tutorial

Elina Wisung Ballet, ballet productions, danceshows, elements of nature, fairytale friends, performance2021 Leave a Comment

Here's a quick guide to simple stage makeup, just in time for our online performances. Follow Ms Elina as she takes you through these easy steps to get you ready for the stage. Want any other tutorials? Let us know in the comment below! Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for our latest updates
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Make Your Own Tiara

Elina Wisung Ballet, danceshows, elements of nature, fairytale friends, performance2021, performances Leave a Comment

Want to make your own tiara for a show, party or event? Follow Mr. Peter as he gives you a tutorial on how to make two different tiaras - one made of paper and the other made of wire. You won't need a lot of materials, and you can create your own designs and colour combinations to match your costume ...

#beinspired – TLFCB Summer Programs

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Need inspiration? On the fence about joining this year’s Summer Program? Take a look back at our 2018 and 2019 Summer Programs and witness the joy of being part of a special TLFCB mini production. Summer Program 2019 – Pippi Longstocking Summer Program 2018 – Adventures in Neverland Sign up for this year’s Summer Program below!  

Should Dancers Swim? Should Swimmers Dance?

The Lewis Foundation of Classical Ballet ballerina, Ballet, ballet productions, children, dancers, danceshows, insights, performances, swimming Leave a Comment

“Dancers shouldn’t cross-train.” “To get better at dancing, you should only train by dancing.” “Swimming is useless for dancers.” “Dance and swimming have nothing in common. What’s the point?” These are just some of the misconceptions many people have about dancers participating in other sports, and vice versa. Cross-training is the action of performing or participating in multiple forms of ...
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What To Do With Old Costumes

Keya Matthew Ballet, ballet productions, children, dancers, danceshows, performances, style Leave a Comment

When the curtains have closed and the audience have gone home, and the makeup, accessories and props have been packed, what can you do with your dance costume once the show is over? Sometimes it’s more than one costume that we have to worry about as well! Maybe you’ve had several costumes for a show, or maybe you’ve done multiple ...
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What to eat on show day?

The Lewis Foundation of Classical Ballet Ballet, children, dancers, danceshows, experience, insights 1 Comment

Some of the biggest questions about performance day are “What foods should I pack for my dancer?” and “How can I keep them energised and full?” Proper nutrition is one of the most important factors that influence dancers’ health and success; unfortunately, it is also one of the most overlooked and ignored. This blog will summarise some key foods to ...
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Geetha’s World of Costumes

Keya Matthew Ballet, ballet productions, children, dancers, danceshows, insights, performances Leave a Comment

Geetha Naidu has been working with TLFCB since 2000. She has helped produce thousands of costumes in numerous shows since then, including Belle and The Beast and The Nutcracker. After 19 years of experience with TLFCB, here's what Geetha has to share on this lengthy and laborious process! Walk me through the process of designing and producing a costume. It ...
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The Perks of Being A Volunteer

Keya Matthew ballerina, Ballet, ballet productions, children, dancers, danceshows, performances Leave a Comment

Every two years, the excitement picks up as every student and every parent eagerly awaits our shows in September and December. Everyone’s imaginations are running wild about the stage, the choreography, the costumes, the music - there’s so much magic in every element that makes up a show. With this in mind, you can understand that it’s no easy feat ...
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Pippi Longstocking In Review

Keya Matthew Ballet, ballet productions, children, dancers, danceshows, performances, summer intensive 1 Comment

The theme for the summer intensive was a classic childhood favourite - Pippi Longstocking - the story of a young girl with a heart of gold and muscles of steel! With students of six different grades that took part this year, there was no shortage of variety or talent. After two weeks of hard work and dedication, the students put ...