ALL ABOUT DANCE
THE ALL ABOUT DANCE COMPANY FIRST OPENED ITS DOORS IN 2003 AND PRIDES ITSELF IN PROVIDING LOCAL STUDENTS WITH PROFESSIONAL LEVEL DANCE STUDIO FACILITIES
WHAT WE OFFER
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Tap is a great style of dance for all ages and levels of dancer. Its a form of dance characterised by using the sounds of tap shoes striking the floor as a form of percussion. What to Wear: Tap shoes - for our younger dancers tan flats and for all other grades please chat with us at The Desk. The school uniform is encouraged for all classes up to Sub-senior level at which time appropriate dance wear must be worn.
Jazz comes in a variety of different styles from Broadway, which incorporates a more musical theatre / cabaret feel to Commercial Jazz which is seen in todays music video clips. What to Wear: Tan elastic jazz shoes (no laces) are required for Pre-Primary to Senior students. The school uniform is encouraged for all classes up to Sub-senior level at which time appropriate dance wear must be worn. Sorry guys no Jazz boots for any classes.
Ballet is a highly technical form of dance with its own vocabulary based on French terminology. It has been globally influential and has defined the foundational techniques used in many other dance genres. What to Wear: Fitted clothing is required, such as a leotard, leggings, ballet skirt and tights and ballet shoes. Boys - Dance shorts & tank top, tights.
Contemporary & Lyrical dance combine the strong and controlled technical aspects of ballet. They have unpredictable changes in rhythm, speed, and direction often delivering a story or message through the dance. What to Wear: Non restricitive clothing, bare feet and a passion for movement.
Hip Hop refers to street dance including various styles such as breaking, locking, popping and more. This is a great relaxed style that requires dancers to be able to isolate and move different parts of their body and find their own unique stylised movement. What to Wear: Sneakers and non restrictive comfortable clothing. Hip Hop allows you to bring your own style into the class.
Incorporating Hip Hop Breakdance is a great way for our B-boys & B-girls to express their individual personalities. A more free style directed class allowing our dancers the freedom to be creative. What to Wear: Sneakers and non restrictive comfortable clothing. Hip Hop allows you to bring your own style into the class.
Musical Theatre is a form of theatrical performance that combines songs, spoken dialogue, acting, and dance. What to Wear: Sneakers / closed in shoes and non restrictive comfortable clothing, no skirts or dresses please ladies
Backflips, Cartwheels, Round off's are some of the things you can expect to see done around your back yard if your dancer takes on Acro. A great way for performers to work on their strength, agility and motor co-ordination. What to Wear: Fitted clothing is required, such as a leotard, leggings, tights etc. Given students spend a large amount of time upside down clothing must be flitted.
Irish dance is a group of traditional dance forms originating in Ireland and more recently made a come back through River Dance. Covering both soft shoe and hard shoe Irish dance incorporates a controlled and rigid upper body, straight arms and back, and quick, precise movements of feet and legs. What to wear: Irish soft shoes, (hard shoes where advised) the school uniform is encouraged for all classes up to Sub-Senior level at which time appropriate dance wear must be worn.
Taught by male teachers our boys only classes are a great way for boys to come in and express themselves in a relaxed stress free environment. What to Wear: Closed in shoes, high-tops, boys tap shoes etc and non restrictive comfortable clothing.
A ground-breaking rhythm & dance program Designed for those with learning differences and special needs.