Stoughton Center for the Arts
Pre Professional Training Level and Company

Our Company consists of Musicians, Actors & Actresses, Dancers, and ‘Triple Threats’ – students that excel at dance, music, and acting.  Our award winning company has some of the most talented performers in the area with members competing and performing locally, regionally, and nationally.  Auditions for our Company are in the Spring.  Come join our talented family!

FAQs about PPL and Company

Our Pre Professional Level Program is currently for our Dance, Music, and Drama Departments.  Our “PPL” students train at a higher level and our Company receives additional performance opportunities throughout the season.  Our Pre Professional Program is by invitation only, Company is by audition.  Students will be notified in the Spring if they are invited to join our PPL Program.  Students that audition for and are invited to join our Company are required to train within our PPL Program.

By registering your son/daughter for our PPL Program for the 2021-2022 Season, you are agreeing to the terms and conditions set forth in the documents below.

PPL Student Expectations & Contract for the 2021-2022 Season
PPL Parent Expectations & Contract for the 2021-2022 Season
Company Expectations & Contract for 2021-2022 Season
Tentative PPL Class Schedule
2021-2022 Co & PPL Season Schedule
Flat Rate Billing Plan Information
PPL Dancer & Triple Threat Registration
Company Dancer Information Form

2021-2022 PPL Senior Dancers – Grace LeBeau, Andy Schloesser (Triple Threat), Olivia Tinoco, Natalie Wesolek

2021-2022 PPL Demi Dancers – Madelyn Bakken, Braelynn Bratz, Rylee Campbell, Abbie Hopper, Brindisi Horswill (Triple Threat), Makayla Weesner (Triple Threat)

2021-2022 PPL Teen Dancers – Lily Beerup, Bella Borquist, Lillian Brimmer (medical leave of absence), Chloe Buell, Peyton Johnson, Gigi Olveda, Ava Recupero

2021-2022 PPL Junior Dancers – Addeline Anderson, Kylie Beerup, Emma Brown, Nora Deegan (medical leave of absence), Ellie Dennison, Becca Ehle, Talya Kulp

2021-2022 PPL Petite Dancers – Lola Anderson, Safyra Gervasi, Hazel LaPoint, Aslynn Whitford (Triple Threat)

2021-2022 PPL Mini Dancers – Marissa Garfoot, Lu Stensrud, Leila Uphoff, Hazel Watson, Alena Whitford

2021-2022 PPL Actors, Musicians, and Triple Threat (non-dance focused) – Lily Blake, Josie Elmer, Madeline Olsen, Fiona Rey, Brianna Stafeil, Josh Walker, Leah Walker

Convention and Competition Individual Company Safety Protocols and Policies

 Hello Families,

I am sure you are wondering how Conventions like us can continue to go on.  But rest assured our industry will be back soon enough and may look different than what it was before.  It is up to Hollywood Vibe to re imagine our Convention & Competition weekends while keeping everyone’s health & safety in mind!

While we do not know what the future holds, we can prepare our events with the following protocols in place. We will be prepared to take all measures to create a safe environment.  Probably much safer than a grocery store or a shopping mall!  Hollywood Vibe will now have a designated Health & Safety Supervisor at all events to make sure that all protocols are in place and being executed accordingly.

This past spring and summer has guided us on how we can run our events virtually!  In the event that a city cancels, we will be prepared to offer a Virtual Interactive Convention with Scholarship and Competition Opportunities!  Instead of viewing classes via live stream, we are set up to create an interactive and personal virtual experience!


Hollywood Vibe have always worked to give dancers more space than other conventions pre COVID19 by limiting enrollment to insure a better educational experience.

  • We will be working closely with each venue to stay within the guidance on capacity.  Enrollment will be limited so that dancers will be able to maintain 6 ft. of separation.  What once was a full ballroom of dancers, may be 50-75% less amount of dancers.  Ballrooms will be gridded out to give dancers a visualization on their range of movement. Our faculty will be working together to format their classes so that they can respect this range.  Across the floor and standing on sides for groups may not be an option.
  • With limited attendance, we will no longer be able to offer Parent Observers in the Junior, Intermediate, Teen & Senior Ballrooms.  Mini dancers will be limited to 1 studio representative or 1 Parent Only.
  • Dressing Room Areas will be marked out to give each studio room to change.  Studios should limit the amount of parents that are assisting dancers with changing


  • Our Health & Safety Supervisor will conduct temperature checks on all staff and faculty each day.
  • We will ask Dance Teachers to conduct temperature checks on each dancer each day turning in the appropriate paperwork with the recorded temperature
  • Any Dancer or Teacher with a temperature of 100.4 or above will be asked not to attend.
  • Any competition observer will also have their temperature checked at the door before entering.


  • Face coverings will be required for anyone in the pre-function area, watching competition or in ballroom. Dancers will not need to wear face coverings while dancing or on stage performing.
  • All Staff for HV will be required to wear a face covering.


  • We will set Hand Sanitizers at points of high traffic.  Dancers will be asked to use when entering and exiting every ballroom.  They will also be at merchandise & registration areas.
  • Disposable Masks will also be available for anyone that needs one.
  • We advise that each dancer create their own kit that contains their hand sanitizer, mask, and water bottle!


  • To reduce the amount of dancers mingling at merchandise booths.  Merchandise will be available for purchase online and available for pick up at the event!


  • Professional Assistants and Runners will report for training sessions with our stage manager on the proper protocols.
  • Dancers will be asked to wait in the dressing rooms until they are called backstage.
  • Once backstage, dancers will be staged to keep their distance from other groups


  • We will clean and sanitize equipment between each faculty member’s classes
  • We will clean stage during certain periods throughout competition as well as high touch points such as handrails


  • Dancers will be asked to bring their own water bottles clearly marked with their name.


  • Live streaming of competition will now be available so all who cannot be in attendance or present in the competition ballroom can view
  • Limited Seating and audience will be set to guidelines for social distancing.
  • Contact free awards ceremony.  We will ask for Studios to select representatives to be present on stage to receive the recognition. More frequent award ceremonies will take place to reduce the number of dancers on the stage.


  • We will no longer be able to hold one large faculty introduction to reduce the crowding before the event begins
  • Class Scheduling will be tiered so start and end times will vary.  Thus reducing the amount of dancers who will be entering/exiting ballrooms and pre-function areas.
  • A new way of awarding final scholarships will be coming soon!  This again will reduce the large crowd for our closing events.


  • Any attendee that has flu-like symptoms will be asked to not attend the event.
  • All parents will need to certify that to the best of their knowledge, their dancer has been healthy 2 weeks preceding the event and not sick with any symptoms.


As the CDC recommends the best way to avoid transmission of the virus, all attendees should wash their hands multiple times throughout the day.


Each hotel and venue has given us their protocols for safety with increased cleaning of all surfaces, elevators, handrails, and high touch point areas.

We will continue to monitor government policies and public health organizations on their updates and changes.  Along with our plan and everyone’s personal responsibility, we will put forth our best efforts to create a safe and healthy environment for all!

We look forward to dancing with you this season!!


Hollywood Vibe & Hollywood Dance Jamz

As we prepare to host our world class events, we’ve reinvented the competition experience based on guidance from health authorities and local government agencies.

While our events may seem different from the last time you competed with us, we assure you they will still have the same excitement and professionalism we’ve provided to the dance community for over 3 decades!

What you can count on from us:

  • All scheduling will be done in a ‘Block’ format. Each studio will be assigned specific time slots for all of their dancers to perform their routines.
  • Studios will be given wristbands that must be worn for admittance during their studio’s scheduled time block.
  • All staff will be required to wear face masks/coverings.
  • For those who cannot or choose to not attend in person, our shows and awards will be available via live stream, free of charge, on the DanceBug App!
  • Seating will be modified by blocking off seats or rows within a section to accommodate social distancing of at least 6 feet between individuals from different households.
  • There will be frequent disinfection of the stage, backstage area, seating areas, common areas, and dressing rooms. (After each studio block).
  • There will be multiple hand sanitizing stations throughout the venues.
  • We will attempt to have as many floor markers and tape lines as we can to keep traffic flow and ample space around the facility.
  • Staff will have temperatures taken and wellness check-ins every day.
  • Award ceremonies will be scheduled and available online for viewing.
  • Adjudication Awards should be physically picked up by a studio representative at the conclusion of the studio’s scheduled block of time.
  • At our National Remix events, the top routines will advance into the exciting virtual finals. The finals and awards will be aired online at a pre-determined date.
  • There will be NO CASH SALES at our store. All sales will have limited contact, including eliminating signature requirement for credit card sales.
  • No scoring deductions will be given for any costume modifications that include any Personal Protective Equipment or choreography to accommodate social distancing.

What we count on from you:

  • All staff, teachers, dancers, prop handlers, and spectators ages two and up, will be required to wear a mask/face covering. (Dancers will not be required to wear a mask on stage).
  • Prop handlers are permitted backstage and must wear a mask/face covering at all times.
  • Props must be handled solely by the studio handlers. No staff will be permitted to assist.
  • Only active performers in the routine should be backstage with one adult teacher. No other spectators permitted. Our backstage managers look forward to greeting you!
  • We encourage you to strongly limit number of family members inside your studio’s dressing rooms.
  • Anyone who is running a fever, or who has been ill within the last 72 hours should not attend.
  • Anyone who has been in contact with someone who has been ill in the past 14 days should not attend.
  • It is highly recommended that everyone bring their own water to drink.
  • Spectators may only enter facility during their own studio’s designated performance times and must be wearing their provided wristband.
  • We encourage Studio Directors to conduct daily temperature and wellness checks on their performers and staff.
  • We encourage everyone to practice social distancing while in attendance.


As always, our priority is safety at our events. We are closely monitoring information from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and the venue itself to oversee this matter.



First and foremost, we want to thank everyone for their support and patronage as we continue to navigate through the 2020 season.  The safety of our clients, dancers, and staff is of the utmost importance as we return to the stage.

With careful collaboration we have worked together to form policies that will provide a safe and healthy environment for everyone in attendance.  These policies mirror the ones of our in-house staff along with the specific guidelines and requirements for each venue and city.

2020 PAC Policies:

(These policies will be present at ALL 2020 events.)

  • If a dancer, educator or attendee of any kind is feeling sick, we HIGHLY encourage staying home

  • All Attendees are recommended to wear masks

  • We recommended a wellness and temperature check for all attendees

  • Limited spectators is recommended

  • Dressing Rooms will be available however it up to the clients if they would like to utilize the space. Absolutely no rehearsing may be done in dressing room and we highly recommend that dancers, parents, and educators limit their time to only changing in the space.

  • PAC Crew will have a wellness and temperature check daily.

  • Contactless merchandise purchases

  • Our stage floor and equipment will be cleaned and sanitized on a regular schedule.

  • Multiple hand sanitizer stations throughout the venue – we also encourage attendees to bring hand their own sanitizer

  • Our events will feature live streams when applicable for all performances and award ceremonies

  • There will be no scoring deductions for costumes for additional safety needs.

  • At this time, we will not be recommending hotels.

  • Individual Dancer waivers must be signed and submitted 14 days prior to event.


Since COVID-19 has affected each region of the US differently we have been in contact with local authorities to ensure the health and safety of our attendees at each event.  Some LOCAL authorities have put additional requirements and precautions in place in certain cities.  If your event will have additional precautions required, your studio director will receive an email 21 days prior outlining anything our attendees must be aware of for the event.  These additional precautions will also be sent in your TENTATIVE & FINALIZED schedules and will be included in the PDF documents that can be forwarded to your families.

Additional LOCAL PAC Precautions MAY include, but are not limited to:

  • Sessions separated by STUDIO.  (Each studio will be given a time block in which to compete.)

  • Mandatory masks & temperature checks

  • Dressing room capacity limit, in and out. (A Crew member will regulate the number of dancers in and out of the dressing room at a time to ensure social distancing.)

  • Mandatory limited spectators

We are looking forward to amazing return to the stage.


Precision Arts Challenge