Competition information- registration closes february 10!
Beginner- A dancer that trains two or less hours per week.
Intermediate- A dancer that trains three to four hours per week.
Advanced- A dancer that trains five plus hours per week.
Mini: 6 years and under
Primary: 6-8 years
Juniors: 9-11 years
Teen: 12-15 years
Seniors: 16-18 years
Adults: 19 and Up
Fees and times
Soloist: $145 entry fee
Duo/Trio: $75 per group entry
Group (4-9): $60 per person entry fee
Line (10-19): $60 per person entry fee
Production (20+): $55 per person entry fee
Soloist: 2:25 minute max
Duo/Trio: 3:00 minute max
Group (4-9): 3:00 minute max
Line (10-19): 3:00 minute max
Productions (20+): 5:00 minute max
Ballet: A routine that consist of ballet technique.
Pointe: A routine that consist of ballet technique strictly on pointe.
Jazz: A routine that demonstrates jazz technique and style.
Tap: A routine consisting of tap technique and tap work.
Hip Hop: A routine that utilizes hip hop, break and street type moves.
Lyrical: A routine demonstrating lyrical technique and contemporary dance.
Musical Theater: A routine featuring any style of dance interpreting a song or character from a Broadway show, movies, musical or similar.
Contemporary: A routine that demonstrates contemporary or modern dance styles.
Open: A routine that demonstrates dance style or combination of dance styles including: ethnic, acrobatic, gymnastics, novelty, character, etcetera. (Only TWO acrobatic tricks allowed before moving into the Acrobatic genre).
Pom: A group routine using precise and definite movement. Acrobatics allowed, not stunts or tosses allowed.
Folklore: A routine consisting of cultural or folkloric technique and style.
Acro: A routine using controlled moves such as walkovers, handstands, chest rolls, or similar. This category will be judged on dance and acrobatic ability.
Showcase: A non-competitive category where teachers, studios owners, adults can showcase their talents for critiques only.