What is All Star Dance? Lets find out.
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Well, what is All-Star Dance? That’s the big question, I mean that’s why you’re here right, to find out what it’s all about. Now before we begin All-Star is great but everyone needs to start at the beginning which is why if your a beginner or just not interested in competition the non-competitive fundamentals program is the best place to start in dance.

Please click your age group link below to find out more about the fundamentals program if you’re new to dance.

All-Star Dancers are groups of performers who come together in competition to achieve greatness!
All-Star dance is a competition sport that involves females and males performing a 2-4 minute routine in the styles of jazz, hip-hop, pom, lyrical/contemporary, high kicks, classical ballet and tap. These routines include dance technique, synchronization, uniformity, staging, visuals, communication and crowd appeal. The routines are performed in front of a judging panel. Performances are scored against other competitive teams at various local, regional, national, and worldwide competitions.


All-Star Dance teams typically consist of 5 or more dancers and range from 5 to adult age. Most of these well-rounded dancers can perform two or more dance styles within the competitive sport.
At competitions, teams are divided by age category and ability. Routines are judged on execution of form, alignment, strength, control and technique, synchronisation, uniformity, clean spacing and transitions, creative and age-appropriate family-friendly choreography, difficulty, crowd appeal. Judging panels are composed of industry trained and experienced professionals who are not only from Australia but all over the world.
Competitions are the focal point where all the teams’ hard work is put to the test.
If you think All-Star Dance might be something for you or your child feel free to have a look around or message us to find out more information about our fundamental (non-competitive), or Stars/ Elite (competitive) programs.

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