Company

Be in Good Company

At Dance Dynamics, many of our dancers are not members of other teams or organizations. We’ve found that many of the dancers who come through our studio are looking for their place and a sense of belonging. Dance Dynamics Dance Company provides this opportunity. Your kids will have the chance to connect with other kids who share their passion for dance. They will be a part of a true team where they will feel a true sense of belonging.

Dance Company Levels

Sparks:

Our Sparks level companies are for 1st through 4th graders. They will have the opportunity to attend a convention and a competition during the year. These are our #FierceMinis and we love helping them get involved in the world of dance!

Primary:

Primary level companies are typically for 4th and 5th graders. Primaries compete in lyrical, tap, and jazz. They will have the opportunity to participate in up to four competitions and four conventions throughout the year. Primaries are required to dance four hours per week.

Junior:

The Junior level companies are considered “advanced primary” and are typically 5th and 6th graders. Junior level dancers compete in lyrical, tap, and jazz, and are allowed to audition for hip hop. Additionally, boogie and pointe classes are available. They will have the opportunity to attend up to four competitions and four conventions during the year. Juniors are required to dance four hours per week.

Intermediate:

Intermediate level companies are generally for 6th to 8th graders. Intermediates compete in tap, jazz, lyrical, and hip hop. They will have the opportunity to participate in up four competitions and four conventions throughout the year. Intermediate level dancers are required to dance five hours per week.

Teen:

The Teen level companies are for 7th to 9th graders. Teens can compete in tap, jazz, lyrical, and hip hop. They will attend up to four competitions and four conventions throughout the year. Teens are required to dance six hours per week.

Senior:

Our Senior level companies are for 9th to 12th graders. Seniors compete in tap, jazz, lyrical, and hip hop. On this level, dancers have the opportunity to participate in more than four competitions and four conventions during the year. Seniors are required to dance for seven hours per week.

Elite:

To compete in the Elite company, dancers are required to be in the senior program for at least a year. Elite dance pieces are typically jazz and contemporary. Dancers will compete in over four competitions and four conventions during the year.

Specialty:

Our Specialty companies are made up of dancers of all ages and levels. Dancers are selected by the instructor for specific pieces. These companies are typically small groups, between four and eight members.

*Level placement is at the discretion of the instructors.

Requirements

To become a member of the dance company, dancers are required to receive three summer dance credits, one ballet credit, and will need to audition for the fall before the start of the dance year. During the audition, dancers will learn a small choreographed piece, which will be performed the following day in front of four instructors. Additionally, a dancer may be asked to learn and perform an across the floor combination, as well as specific moves.

Attendance

Once a dancer is a dance company member, they are allowed to miss four total classes per dance subject. After the fourth absence, the dancer will be removed from one dance. Only two make-up classes per day the dancer dances and two sit-out classes will be allowed.

Apprentice Program

Our Apprentice Program allows dancers to attend class within a competition class as an understudy. Understudies must be at all August choreography classes and all following classes. They are not responsible for any choreography fees or monthly tuition for the class. In the event a team member cannot perform, the understudy is asked to step in as the alternate dancer.

The original team member is required to pay any fees for the understudy and allow the use of their costume for the event. The apprentice program does not guarantee future placement in any competition teams, and apprentices are expected to meet the attendance requirements in order to be an eligible understudy and team member.