That's Dancin CompetitionS
Bella Donna Productions
All age groups with .5 Go to next age group. We add the ages in the group together and come up with the average age. (For instance if the average age is 5.5 They would be put in the 6 thru 8 age group.
Winner of top age group will be determined by highest points of the day
They will receive an overall age group trophy
Junior age groups
3 Thru 5, 6 thru 8, and 9 thru 11
Senior age groups
12 Thru 14, 15 thru 17, and 18 & over
Novice - any dancer that is a recreational dancer (novice dancer will be judged by beg points)
Beg - first or second year of competing
Int - third or fourth year of competing
Adv - four years and more of competing
Studio owners if your dancers ability techinque and choreography is that of a lower or higher level than that of the years competing.Please use your own discretion to put them in the correct level. As we have all had dancers who are very gifted and maybe have only been dancing for a short time but should be in a higher level. If for any reason your dance is in the wrong level with the judges decision that dance will be bumped up with no points taken off for being in the wrong level.
(P)-Production number is a group number consisting of props, & a variety of dance stlyes.
(HH)-Hip Hop consists of 80% hip hop.
(J)-Jazz consists of 90% lyrical, comtemporary, or interpretive.
(BP)-Ballet Pointe routines consisting of all pointe work.
(B)-Ballet off pointe consists of classical movement and steps with soft ballet slipper.
(T)-Tap consisting of 80% tap techique
(AD)-Acrobatic Dance consisting of 80% acrobatics or gymnastics in a dance format.
(C)-Character consisting lip syncing, mime, novilty or ethnic.
(V)-Vocal consisting of pure vocals done to back up cd with no lead vocal.
(VD)-Vocal Dance consisting of song and dance.
(O)-Open consisting of a variety of dance styles that doesn’t fit in just one category.
(LJ)-Lyrical Jazz consisting of 80% lyrical choreography.
(TD)-Theatre Dance consists of broadway shows and musical theatre.
(CON)-Contemporary consists of 80% contemporary.
(POM)-Pom- consists of 80% pom-pom or cheer.
(M)-Modern consists of 80% modern.
(CD)-Cultural Dance consists of dances from different cultures.
Every dancer will receive a trophy.
EXCITING AWARDS GIVEN OUT
Total Points Must be at least
|High 1st||1st||High 2nd||2nd|
(Perfect Score 210)
|201-210||200-191||180-190||179 & below|
(Perfect Score 240)
|231-240||221-230||210-220||209 & below|
(Perfect Score 300)
|290-300||279-289||268-278||267 & below|
Solos, Duets, Trios & Group Overalls Awards:
Junior and Senior Category
BEG - INT - ADV
Highest Points of the Day:
1st Place, 2nd Place Runner Up & 3rd Place Runner Up
$35.00 for title entry
Miss That’s Dancin Jr. and Sr.- Will receive $100.00 Scholarship, crown & a trophy
Mr. That’s Dancin Jr. and Sr.- Will receive $100.00 Scholarship, medal & a trophy
Only solos can enter must enter with studio entries
$35.00 for entry
Will receive a trophy and will be in our program and website for the year.
Must bring 8 by 10 headshot the day of show. Please print studio name, dancers name, and age on back of photo (pick up your photo day of competition)
Studios bring cash the day of show or you can pay with your studio payment.
Most entertaining production using props and creative choreography judges decision not scored by points
Winner of top studio award will be determined by combining first place points divided by number of first places of the day adding beg-int-adv must have at least 20 numbers to qualify in the event of a tie score the final decision will be determined by the panel of judges.
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
Q: Why won't we state the Studio next to each performance?
A: Because this way there can never be any bias towards a particular Studio and ensures each performer that they will be judged with an unprejudiced score.
Q: Why do we give a trophy to every performer?
A: Why not? How can a Trophy be shared and why shouldn't second and third place winners be rewarded for their performance?
Q: Why do we have talent management on our judges panel?
A: Plain and simple, we want outstanding performers to be represented and have the opportunity to get into the professional world of television, commercials, video and film.
Q: Why do performers compete against a points system?
A: If a performer is the only one in that age group, category or up against its own Studio, it will compete against the point system. Why? Because performers will still have the opportunity to compete and be judged on their individual performance.
THIS IS WHAT COMPETITION IS ALL ABOUT!
Studio owners please call us at (562) 861-9227 for prices for solos-duets-trios-groups