Levels – PT & Elite

1. TDF Performing Team

One of the most unique programs at The Dance Factory is the Performing Team… developed for the dancer who is not ready to commit to the more rigorous competitive teams, but wants to perform more than in the annual recital.

&nbspThis exciting group of dancers, range from ages 4-18 and perform in approximately 4-6 local performances, annual Super Show, as well as the Disneyland parade! There is no experience necessary to audition for The Dance Factory Performers… you only need the desire to be on the stage performing while training a minimum of 3 hours a week. Auditions take place in July and the season runs from the end of August to the beginning of August. There is minimal time and financial commitment expected from the dancer and their family.

2. Elite Competition Team

The Dance Factory Elite Competition Team dancers are intermediate to advanced dancers who love to compete. The competition team boasts about 40 dancers ranging from ages 5-18. They have won hundreds of awards and love to display their dance talents.

&nbspThe Dance Factory Elite dancers is a team open to all boys and girls who must first pass an audition where they are placed in competition level classes and viewed for their skills and adaptability to the team requirements. Being a member of this elite team requires a fair amount of financial and time commitment, but the rewards are limitless. The Dance Factory Elite Competition Team contains the most talented and well-rounded dancers who perform in local performances, competitions, and Disneyland parade. They train 5-8 hours a week. Auditions take place in July and the season runs from August to July. Some experience is necessary but you need not to be advanced to belong to this team. We train dancers who have the talent, drive, and commitment to excellence.

The Dance Factory Elite Competition Team is a great experience to have fun, meet new friends, and learn new skills that they can enjoy for a lifetime. Many of these talented young dancers wish to pursue a career in dance, either as a performer, educator, or choreographer, but this team is not limited to those with professional aspirations.

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