Spooky Studios
October 31, 2013

Happy Halloween, readers! We asked you to submit photos from your students’ seasonal festivities, and we were impressed to see the results. From town parades to costume class days that raise money for charities, you’ve come up with some inspiring traditions. It may be tough to compete with trick-or-treating, but even if you cancel classes on the day itself, there are plenty of ways to make your studio part of the All Hallow’s Eve fun. Take a look at some of our favorites:

A “Ghostbusters and Zombie Invasion” makes for a wild time at one studio’s official Halloween bash:

Lorraine Judd Dance Center, Seymour, CT

At this Princeton studio, students pay $1 a day to wear costumes to class around Halloween. Proceeds go to Dancevision, a local nonprofit performance and outreach company:

Princeton Dance and Theater Studio, Princeton, New Jersey

These undead dancers perform in their town’s annual Halloween Parade:

D.A.N.C.E. by Kristin, Collinsville, CT

Many of your students and staff find creative ways to combine dance and dress-up, like this banana “split” and tutu ghost!

Left: Melinda Leigh Performing Arts Center, Mobile, Alabama; Right: West Carleton School of Performing Arts, Woodlawn, Ontario, Canada

And there’s nothing like studio costume days to showcase the complete cuteness of tiny dancers (and teachers!) dressed as their favorite characters:

Art in Motion School of Dance, Fairfield Township, Ohio

Just Dance AZ, Chandler, Arizona

Miss Linda’s School of Dance, Great Falls, Montana

Cortland City Ballet, Cortland, New York

On Stage Dance Studio, Stratford, Ontario, Canada

Dance N Escape Dance Co., Chino, California

Grace Studio of Motion and Dance, Abingdon, Virginia

Michelle’s School of Dance, St. Clair, Missouri

bRAVO Theatre Workshops Studio, Stowmarket, United Kingdom

Dance-N-Magic, St. Paul, Minnesota

Dance Unlimited, Buda, Texas

Thanks for your awesome submissions!

All photos courtesy of studios

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