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Sunday, September 30, 2012

Choreography/Dance Rules

Students submit originally choreographed movement composition recorded on a computer disc, DVD or Flash Drive.  The choreography must be the work of one student that demonstrates creativity and clarity of theme.  The choreographer may also be the performer or one of the performers.  Costumes are not necessary.  However, if costumes are used, the costumes must be conceptually created by the choreographer.  (Parents may supervise, but NOT create.)

Length of entry must be between 1 minute and 5 minutes.  Performance tapes that exceed five minutes or are shorter than one minute will not be judged.

All age divisions must submit a computer disc, DVD or Flash Drive of their choreography/dance performance.

These cannot exceed five minutes.  All entries must be identified with the student’s name, grade, school, year and the entry’s title.  The entry should be packaged in a plastic or cardboard container (also identified with student’s name, grade, school, year and the entry’s title) with the script if desired and placed in a large, manila envelope.  The Official Entry Form must be secured to the outside of the envelope. 

*Students must adhere to the General Rules in addition to the Choreography/Dance Rules.

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Anonymous said...

Am I allowed to include others in my dance?

Chantelle said...

Yes you are!

Anonymous said...

Are we allowed to use any music we want?

Anonymous said...

wait… do we have to make the costumes, or just decide what to wear? Could I just say blue shirt and green pants? Or would I have to actually sew them?

Chantelle said...

yes, you can use any music.

You do not have to wear costumes.