Ballroom: Routine is a vibrant, flamboyant and playful dance. Requires small steps and lots of hip motion (Cuban motion), as it is danced in 4/4 time. The fourth beat is split into two, giving it the characteristic 2,3,4 & 1 rhythm. Therefore, five steps are danced to four beats as in the "One, two, cha cha cha" rhythem compassing the use of balance, flexibility and control utilizing the lyrics and feeling of the music.
Cheerleading: Routine must use cheerleading style combining leaps, jumps, vocal cheering and precision.
Clogging: Routine using clogging technique and style.
Hip-Hop: Routine using primarily hip-hop technique and moves.
Musical Theatre: Routine utilizing a Broadway or Movie Musical Song incorporating dance, characters and/or costumes.
Pointe: Routine must consist of pointe/toe technique.
Pom Pon: Routine demonstrating precision marching and sharp, definitive choreography. Must use pom pons for at least 75% of routine.
Production: A Routine that is at least 6 Minutes long and utilizes multiple dance genres for choreographic impact or conveys a recurring theme through music or story.
Tap: Routine utilizing tap technique. (5 points will be deducted for taps in music.)
Break Dancing: Coordination, style, flexibility, and rhythm are the keys to successful breakdancing.
Breakdancing is one of the most improvisational dance styles, allowing for each dancer to customize his or her routine with athleticism and imagination. However, since many breakdancers have created moves that borrow from gymnastics and martial arts, upper body strength is often considered a necessity.
Hip-hop Majorette: Dancing is high-energy, synchronized, rhythmic dance moves that draw from ballet, jazz, modern dance, hip-hop and gymnastics
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