Spring into Spring’s Dance Shows with Flask in Hand


There are two things that Ryan loves in this life: good drinks and good dance. And like peanut butter and jelly, they’re best when combined. In other words, Ryan never sees a dance show without flask in hand, complimenting each show with a cocktail specifically catered to that particular performance.


Sometimes he misses his flask.

You know the saying “April showers bring May flowers”? In some circles the saying goes: April drinks bring May dances. Spring is in the air, and no one knows it like the dance community and Ryan. What’s he concocting for…

…that Maypole festival in the park?

I’m not quite sure why, but I’m picturing a bunch of stoned people playing tether ball.  Regardless, dancing around a pole is always fun, so let’s make a “Pole Dancer.” Coffee-flavored Patron, dash of Bailey’s.


…that end-of-the-school-year student recital?

Hey you proud dance parents! Show the PTA what’s up! Grab your camera and flask and make a “Parent of the Year.” Jaeger, Malibu and pineapple juice.


…that modern dance piece metaphorically about rebirth?

Let’s give a shout out to the OG of rebirth by making a “Jesus is That You?” Straight red wine. Get it at your nearby church.


…that impromptu breakdance performance on the street corner because it’s finally nice enough to bust a move outside?

I’m standing by, sipping a “When the Beat Drops,” because come on, when the beat drops it’s a game changer. For all you San Franciscans, this drink is the tall boy of your choice in a brown paper bag while at the GG or Dolores Park. 


Spring into dance shows with any one of these drinks and you’re guaranteed a good time. And remember, Stance on Dance is not responsible for your alcoholic transgressions, so please drink (and dance) responsibly.


An outdoor dance show could strike at any moment!