TYPES OF ENTRIES.
- Routines should be composed primarily of controlled acrobatic tricks. An acrobatic routine should display exceptional balance, contortion and tumbling technique. There is no limit to acrobatic tricks in this category
- Routines must solely consist of ballet technique and be performed in a flat shoe. No pointe shoes are allowed in the ballet category. NO acrobatic tricks are allowed in the ballet category.
- Routines should be a combination of lyrical, modern and concert style movements and technique. 3 Acrobatic tricks are allowed in the contemporary category.
- Routines composed primarily of Hip-Hop technique. There is no limit to acrobatic tricks.
- Routines should primarily use jazz dance technique. 2 acrobatic tricks are allowed in the jazz dance category.
- Routines should demonstrate balance, extension, isolations and control utilizing the lyrics
or mood of the music. 3 acrobatic tricks are allowed.
- Routines should feature any energetic southern styles of bucking. There is no limit to acrobatic tricks in the majorette category. The classic dance experience will compete all categories of majorette except for the field show. The captains will battle in the general solo category and the stand battle will take place before awards.
- Routines featuring any style of dance interpreting songs from a Broadway show or
movie musical. There is no limit to acrobatic tricks.
- Routines should display a solid foundation of tap technique. 1 acrobatic trick is allowed.
- Routines can be a combination of any of the styles listed. There is no limit to acrobatic tricks in the open category.
- Routines should be a composition of pointe technique. NO acrobatic tricks are allowed.
- Routines should display strong sharp pom pom technique. Poms poms must be used for the majority of the routine. 4 acrobatic tricks are allowed in the pom pom category.
- A routine utilizing a group of 25 participants or more. Production choreography can be any style and there is no limit to acrobatic tricks in this category.
- Any dancer over the age of 19 before December 31st 2020 is to be adjudicated into the adult category. The adult category can consist of any of the dance styles listed above.
Deductions: To ensure we ensure a competitive, safe and positive environment. Our judging system will allow deduction drivers to be given for (but not limited to) technique, music, costume, sportsmanship on stage, props, time, etc.