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Studio Etiquette

Studio Etiquette

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Many breaches of studio etiquette — things that are generally not allowed during ballet class — are shown in the illustration above.
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Chatting, whispering, or giggling

Clothing that is torn, dirty, or in disrepair

Clothing, including leg warmers, that falls off

Big jewelry

Drinking (other than water)

Turning on a fan or opening a window without permission

Taking pictures without permission

Watching from the doorway

Sitting on or hanging from the barres

Draping clothes or bags on the barres

Talking on the phone

Texting

Eating

Touching or leaning on the piano

Chewing gum

Inappropriate displays of affection

Bare feet (in ballet class)

Street shoes or street-clothes in ballet class

Choreographing your own steps

Entering class late

Leaving class early

Positioning yourself in front of the first person at the barre

Warm-up booties during center floor

Hand holding or locking elbows with a classmate

Listening to your own electronic device

Costumes

Pets

Seriously sexy leotards

Bad body odor or strong perfume

Long loose hair or long ponytails

Bare chests

Oversized luggage

Not helping to move the barres

Napping

Hats

Illustration by Andrea Selby.

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