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Get Involved

Some positions for the production will be required to work the opposite night that their child is dancing.

Dressing Room Supervisor

To supervise, ensure safety and entertain children for the duration of performances. To remain backstage with assigned groups, and to get the group organized for their performances.

Required to stay backstage for the entire performance 
(15 positions per show)

Flower & T-shirt Sales

To sell flowers during one performance (before, during intermission and after the show) (3 per show)

Set Construction

Occasionally a recital will require some big sets.  We would need assistance in the set-up of sets prior and after the show.
Must also attend the dress rehearsal and be available for set-up on show day (3-4 hours). This is a great position for Dads to volunteer for.

Ticket Takers

To take tickets at front door prior to show and 30 minutes into the show for late arrivals. 
(4 per show)

Let the school know which position you would like to volunteer for by emailing to [email protected] or [email protected]

"Thank you for finding Judy & bringing her to the PSOD family of already wonderful and amazing teachers. As you know all the staff at PSOD are exceptional! This year we are so fortunate to have Michelle, Ashleen, Jenn, Jennifer, Carly, and Judy as our most amazing team of teachers in my childrens life"

About Panorama School of Dance

Panorama School of Dance has been teaching children to dance in Surrey and Delta for over 30 years. Our first students are now coming back with their own children! This is an amazing sight to see and a testament to the unique experience that these young mothers remember from their childhood.

Panorama not only teaches children how to dance, but promotes personal development, poise, self-confidence, health and fitness. Throughout the years we have grown from a small local church studio with a dozen students to a dance school with 2 locations including 6 studios and over 500 families. Through this growth, the personal touch has not been lost.