WHEN ARE AUDITIONS?
2021-2022 Audition Prep Classes | July 30-August 1
2021-2022 Auditions | August 2-3
WHAT SHOULD I WEAR/BRING TO AUDITIONS?
Bike shorts with crop top or leotard, any color
Hair pulled back/clean and out of the face
Bring all forms of dance shoes
No extra jewelry
PLEASE BRING A HEADSHOT TO ATTACH TO YOUR AUDITION FORM
DANCE INDUSTRY PERFORMING ARTS CENTER
6614 Communications Parkway, Plano, TX 75024
Telephone: (972) 403-3208 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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HOW MANY HOURS CAN WE EXPECT OUR DANCERS TO BE INVOLVED IN WEEKLY?
It varies depending on what company you make and how many dances you make.
MINI COMPANY - approximately between 6-10+ hours/week
JUNIOR COMPANY - approximately between 8-14+ hours/week
TEEN & SENIOR COMPANY - approximately 10+ hours/week
WHAT IS THE FINANCIAL COMMITMENT?
Other small fees might occur, please know this is a general guideline:
TUITION/Company Dues, Embroidered Warm-ups, Choreography fees, Convention Fees, Competition Fees, Competition Costumes, Recital Costume
HOW MANY COMPETITIONS/CONVENTIONS DOES THE COMPANY ATTEND PER YEAR?
The amount of convention/competitions will vary depending on age but most teams will attend
approximately 4/5 conventions and competitions. The conventions always include a competition.
Competitions/Conventions are mandatory.
DOES MY DANCER/S HAVE TO DO TAP, HIP HOP, OR POINTE?
It is highly encouraged as we feel it benefits the dancers, but not necessarily mandatory for those in the mini age group. Hip hop and tap are required for all dancers at the junior level and up.
DO YOU OFFER A SOLO PROGRAM? HOW MANY SOLOS DO DANCERS DO?
YES! As many as they feel as if they can handle and afford.
WHY CHOOSE DANCE INDUSTRY?
Dance Industry is a well-rounded training facility that will not only push your child to the best of their ability, but also encourage team unity amongst the dancers. Our students and staff communicate closely with another. We participate in outside functions to encourage respect and community and
promote friendships to grow and mature, which in the end leads to the trust that is reflected on stage. Our philosophy is that teaching is also leading and living by example and that dance is only part of our job. Our true job is helping each dancer to become respectable adults and promote success in all avenues of life.