They'll be sitting in the crowd, eyes wide and mouths open, hanging on every position.
"I think it's a really inspiring opportunity for my students to come and see that production on stage. I think it really encourages them to do their best and have a dream," said BritZa Dance Studio owner Jill Kunstle.
A group of 30 from BritZa Dance Studio will be in attendance next Tuesday evening for Moulin Rouge - the Ballet put on my Canada's Royal Winnipeg Ballet.
"It's so cool. They put so much work into it, and that's what you have to do to get up to that level," said dancer Devon Fox. "They're so amazing, and you want to be like them someday."
A highly technical form of dance, ballet requires hours of effort each week.
"Ballet is hard, and they really have to invest a lot," said Kunstle.
But, if they can perform at this level, the BritZa Dance Studio students are willing to keep working on their jete.
"I'm just excited to see all the costumes and see all their hard work pay off," said dancer Maddi Barness.