FAQ

FAQ 2017-03-23T22:25:35+00:00

Frequently Asked Questions

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1. Who may participate in the event?

 

Dancers ages 21 and under are welcome to participate, with both recreational and competitive dancers encouraged to join us! We divide the classes by age and level.

2. Can I register after the deadline?

The final registration deadline is three (3) weeks prior to each event date (unless capacity is reached before that date), and will not accepted past the deadline. You’ll want to sign up early as our class space is limited to 40 kid per class average. Trust us, you won’t want to miss out the fun, so what are you waiting for…sign up today!

3. Who may be an observer, and what does the Observer Pass entail?

Observers may be a participating dancer’s parent, or participating dancer’s studio owner or teacher. By registering as an observer, you have the option to sit in and observe all classes. It gives you full access to the day’s activities. It however does not give you permission to participate/dance in the classes.

4. Will observers passes be available the day of the event?

The deadline for Observers passes is three (3) weeks prior to each event date, and includes access to view any/all of the scheduled classes (except private critiques unless they are for your dancer).

5. What are the critiques?

The critique is a private session (from 1-on-1’s to large groups) where your dancer(s) will get 20 minutes exclusively with the faculty of their choice (limited spots available for all faculty). The faculty may review their competition solo, duet, trio, small or large group and provide tips on performance, technique, etc. to help them put their best foot forward:)

Don’t have a competition number? No problem, you can show them a recital number or, simply work 1-on-1 with them on any tricks or styles you would like to learn.

We encourage you register as early as possible to guarantee you receive a time slot, and with the faculty of your choice. These will be first-come-first-serve. You won’t want to miss your chance to get tips from our amazing faculty who have been featured on shows like “Ellen Degeneres show”, “So You Think You Can Dance”, “America’s Best Dance Crew”, and some of whom have danced on tour with Pink, or done dance videos with Taylor Swift to name a few. From being featured on reality television with millions tuned in to performing in front of sold-out arenas, they bring a wealth of dance knowledge that will help take your dancing to the next level.

*Note, these are closed room sessions, and only the registered dancer(s) and their dance parent(s), and studio owner/teacher(s) with paid observer pass(es) may be present in the room at their scheduled time.

6. May I sign up for more than one critique?

Yes, you may sign up for more than one critique. All critiques are first-come-first-serve.

7. When will the critique take place?

The critiques will take place following the dance intensive event. A schedule will be sent at least one week prior to the event, with your scheduled time for the critique.

8. May I attend the injury prevention or nutrition course and the final end of day performance, without an observer pass?

Yes, all participant parents, and participating teachers/studio owners are welcomed and encouraged to attend the injury prevention course and the final performance at the end of the day, with no observer pass required. We want you there to support your dancer, and to learn how to help keep your dancer injury free. It takes a team effort to bring out your dancer’s best!:)

9. Will my dancer need to bring a lunch?

Yes, your dancer will want to prepare and bring a lunch to the event. The host venue and hotel typically has a restaurant, or there are nearby restaurants.

10. What should my dancer wear?

They should wear their normal dance attire that they feel comfortable dancing in. They should also bring appropriate shoes for the different classes offered in that city. And, most importantly, bring your SMILE and a fun and ready to learn attitude:).

11. What class styles will my dancer take?

It depends on the faculty teaching in that city and their specialty. Each city will feature 4 master classes in total in a variety of styles. Typical styles that may be included: ballet, jazz, contemporary, and hip hop.

12. What is the schedule?

This one-day Dance Intensive is tentatively scheduled from 8:00am-5:30pm. This timeframe may change and should be used for general planning purposes only. A final schedule is emailed to registered dancers one week prior to the event.

13. When will we receive a final schedule?

You will receive a final schedule one week prior to the event. Be sure to check your spam folders, for emails from us at: INFO@DANCINGDREAMTOUR.COM

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