*** ATTENTION: COVID related policies and terms are still under development and will be listed here upon completion ***
|Pee Wee||6 years and under|
|Mini||7 to 9 years|
|Junior||10 to 12 years|
|Intermediate||13 to 15 years|
|Senior||16 to 19 years|
|Adult||20 years and older|
Please read carefully! All age categories are eligible for Novice.
Pre-Competitive is defined as someone who has competed before but who trains 6 hours or less per week and has less than 8 entries at an event. Note: Duets and Trios must be 50% Pre-Competitive and Groups must be 75%. Productions must be at this level or they must compete in Competitive Level.
Competitive dancers who may have reduced their number of hours of training cannot compete in this category. They must remain in the Competitive level.
This category is defined as dancers who have previously competed and who currently train more than 6 hours per week and/or have more than 8 entries. Students must be 19 years or under.
A dancer who earns more than 50% of the annual income from performing or teaching dance. This category is not eligible for overalls.
Dancers are adjudicated, but do not compete against others. Performance dancers are not eligible for overall awards.
Note: Adults are dancers 20yrs+ and are not eligible for overall awards.
PERFORMANCE SIZES AND TIME LIMITS:
|Solo||1 dancer/one solo||3:00|
|Soloist||1 dancer/more than one solo||3:00|
|Small Group||4-9 dancers||4:00|
|Large Group||10-15 dancers||4:00|
|Large Line||25+ dancers||4:00|
For performances not fitting these guidelines, please contact Dream to Dance to determine applicable category.
Mobile Device Use Mobile Devices shall not be used to take photos or videos in any change room, restroom or other private area of the competition. Furthermore, we request, out of respect for the dancers - unless you are placing a 911 call, a doctor dealing with a life threatening situation, a mother going into a labour (or someone who's better half is going into labour) or ordering one of our staff a coffee from Starbucks - that no calls be placed or taken in the theatre, or back stage. In other areas of the event, please use good judgement when using a mobile device - don't be "that person".
Photography and Video Dream to Dance provides professional photography and video - including online access for dancers and families through Dancebug. There is no need for anyone to be recording or taking pictures of a dancer on stage. Attendees caught taking pictures or recording video will be asked to delete said content and may be asked to leave the premises. Recording of video on the premises is not allowed without the permission of Dream to Dance staff or directors. Personal photography is allowed in public areas of the competition only. You must have consent to photograph any other attendee, spectator or team member. No photography or cameras of any kind are allowed to be used in any change room, rest room, or other private area of the competition.Dream to Dance allows designated staff to take images of attendees and spectators for social media and other promotional purposes, including on stage during performance and awards ceremonies, back stage, warm up room, lobby, or anything within the event vicinity. By your continued participation in our events, you irrevocably consent to and grant the exclusive, worldwide, perpetual, royalty-free and otherwise unlimited right to use, copy, modify, distribute, publicly display and perform, publish, transmit, remove, retain, and re-purpose the images for any purpose in any media or form of communication, without additional consent and without compensation, including but not limited to Dream to Dance Competition's commercial and promotional use on its corporate or employee social media sites.
Non-Solicitation At Dream to Dance we aim to provide a safe environment for dancers to perform and for studio directors, choreographers and teachers to showcase their talents. It is unacceptable for any adjudicator, studio director, teacher, parent or representative to approach a dancer, choreographer or teacher from another studio, whether in person, or through social media, with the intent to recruit, solicit or otherwise convince them to leave their current studio.Should it come to the attention of Dream to Dance directors that such activities are occurring during the course of the event, it will be left to the discretion of the Competition Directors to address, up to and including removal from the premises or disqualification of the dancer or studio from the event, without argument, appeal or refund.