PERFORMANCE

DIVISIONS

  • Jazz:  A routine demonstrating jazz technique, utilizing up-tempo music.

  • Lyrical:  A Lyrical dance has been defined as a dance style that embodies various aspects of ballet, jazz, acrobatics, modern, and hip hop, while still maintaining its autonomy through lyrical technique.  Lyrical dance is generally a more fluid.

  • Contemporary:  Contemporary dance is a style of expressive dance that combines elements of several dance genres including modern, jazz, lyrical and classical ballet with emphasis on modern ballet technique.  Contemporary dancers strive to connect the mind and the body through fluid dance movements.

  • Hip-Hop:  A routine that demonstrates hip-hop or street type moves and or hip hop technique (popping, locking, break dancing).  

  • Ballet:  Routines that consist of ballet or pointe technique.  Ballet, or pointe shoes must be worn to be entered in the ballet category.

  • Tap:  A routine containing tap technique, performed with tap shoes.  No tap sounds will be recorded over audio.  At this time we do NOT have a floor mic for tap routines.  This is something we hope to add in the future.

  • Musical Theatre:  A routine showcasing Broadway or theatre dance styles.  Singing is permitted in this category only.  Microphones for vocals are not provided.

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