Performance Company consists of dancers ages 5-18 who train in Ballet, Jazz, tap Modern & Lyrical/Contemporary. The company performs at regional and national level competitions as well as local events and showcases. Please contact us for more information about becoming a company member. Commitment, dedication and hard work are just a few of the characteristics needed to become a company member. Competitive dance is a very time consuming extracurricular activity that can also be very rewarding. Our dancers learn more than just the ability to dance well; they learn the skills it takes to be a good team member, discipline and many more great life skills.
In-Step Dance Company is made up of girls from The Woodlands & the surrounding communities & trains weekly. They are an elite group of young dancers whom are committed to the art of dance. Dance Company is a wonderful way for students to find their love for dance as well as performing. You will see these dancers placing in the Top 10 at many competitions. All styles of dance are offered including Ballet, jazz, tap, hip hop, musical theatre, lyrical, and contemporary. Solos, duo, and trios are also offered to compete.
Why Join the Competition Team?
Our competition team teaches children the value of teamwork and working hard towards a specific goal. Throughout the year, the dancers will have multiple opportunities to dance on stage at regional competitions and at local events. Not only do they enjoy the experience, but the gain confidence along the way!
Audition: All dancers interested in joining our team must audition. We schedule our comp. team auditions in May and 2nd audition in August every year. If you are joining us mid-way through the season, please request a private audition.
What to Expect
Our competition team participates in a variety of events throughout the year. Dancers should expect to compete at 4-5 local competitions, 1-2 local conventions as well as perform at local events. Team members will also have the opportunity to fund-raise in order to help pay for competition fees. Competitions are often scheduled over an entire weekend. We will not know when we perform until closer to the competition date. These weekends are a great way for dancers to meet new dance friends, be exposed to new/challenging choreography, and to watch other amazing dancers perform.
Next Season we will have NEW company NAMES:
Ages 5-7 “SPARKS” Ages 7-9 “MINI” Ages 9-11 “PETITE ELITE” Ages 11-13 “APPRENTICE”
Ages 14-16 “SENIORS” Ages 16-18 “ELITES” Placement is based more on ability along with age.
Ages are not exact; this is purely an example to help provide a general idea.
Company Dance does cost more than regular dance classes but the instruction in these classes are twice as extensive as your regular class. Company is not just a commitment on the dancer’s part but the parents as well.
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Frequently Asked Recital Questions Answered
Q: Is the recital mandatory?
A: No. The recital is strongly encouraged, but it is not required.
Q: Why do we need to purchase a costume?
A: Costumes are re