Be a part of SJDT's Studio Company
San Jose Dance Theatre’s Studio Company features dancers from the academy program and students from the wider Bay Area community. The company provides young artists with exceptional classical ballet training and substantial performance experience. Studio Company members develop comprehensive technical proficiency, dynamic musicality, and authentic artistry through the variety of performance opportunities.
Studio Company dancers are involved with all of San Jose Dance Theatre productions with the professional company dancers. They also support the community outreach programs of San Jose Dance Theatre.
Dancers of the studio company are made up of SJDT Academy students and external students and dancers who wish to take part in our major performance programs.
The next season will be the 55th Annual Nutcracker and we welcome everyone interested to take part in the audition.
SAVE THE DATE
Auditions for SJDT’s 55th Nutcracker!! Sept. 12, 13
Be the first to know when registrations open, fill out the expression of interest form!
Expressions of Interest!
Frequently Asked Questions
The San Jose Dance Theatre Studio Company program is charged on a performance fee basis. Depending on the perfromance these fees vary.
Payment plans can be arranged for tuition. Scholarships for merit and financial hardship are also available by application. Please contact [email protected] for more information.
Studio company students are responsible for finding their own housing. We may be able to recommend housing possibilities or facilitate contact with other Students, Trainees and company members who are are looking for housing.
There is a black SJDT Company leotard that is required. You are required to wear ballet attire for all classes.
Rehearsals for the program are run on Saturdays and Sundays and vary depending on the students rehearsal schedule.
There may be occasions where students need to rehearse during the week day. Plenty of notice is given for these rehearsals.
An altered schedule will be advised for production weeks.