Girlysmom Posted October 3, 2011 Report Share Posted October 3, 2011 So, here we are in October and already I am frustrated with my daughter's dance school. Nutcracker auditions were kind of a joke- my daughter's class got all of the same parts as the last TWO years, and I am somehow expected to want to pay the exorbitant fees for her to be involved. (And, yes, it is mandatory to be involved, in order to remain in the school's "company" class.) Not only are there no new parts for my dd's group, but for the second year in a row, the director created new roles for the girls that are only one year older than her, in order for THEM to have more opportunities. It is getting impossible to not comment on the fact that I don't want to spend the MANDATORY ticket fees for my family to see my daughter dance in the same roles- some of which SHE has had for not two years, but FOUR years. Let's be honest, my family does not come to see the other girls- they come to see HER. Is it ridiculous to expect that the director of school understand that she is not being fair to an entire class of children, not to mention their parents? Quote Link to comment
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