Repeat Dance Show

Small Teams; Large Teams; Showcases; Super Showcases
Competition Dance Styles
The dance style for this discipline is completely free.
Repeat Dance Show Competition format
a. Each team performs on their own to their own music. The team will select one piece of
music. It has to be a song or melody, which will fit the time limit that is allowed for the
Team or Showcase respectively. It is not allowed to select different songs or melodies and
mix them together. Tempo and style of the music is free but the minimal number of
choruses must be 2 (two). Most likely the team will use an internationally well known
song or melody which people know.
b. Judges mark teams into the next round by using the 2-dimensional system, by giving 2
marks, one for Technical Merit, the other for Artistic Merit. Normally around 50% of the
teams should be marked in each criterion.
How to perform Repeat Dance Show
a. Repeat Dance is a choreographed performance.
b. The character of the performance is easy movements that are playful and easy to learn.
c. Repeat Dance is divided into musical phrases according to how the song or melody is
written. The performance is related to the different choruses, verses, interludes etc. The
dance can be stationary or moving around but most of the movements are done with the
hands, arms, heads and the upper part of the body. Snapping fingers, clapping hands,
patting the head, boxing movements, head turns, tilting of the body and similar easy
movements. It is important that the same move or movements are repeated for the same
part of the song or melody.
d. To make the dance more interesting sometimes the team is divided into several small
groups or two large groups, who take turns and interact with each other in a playful way.
It is possible for one group to dance on their knees for example while the other group
stands and dance the other way around.
e. There are no limits to the movements that can be used. It’s considered as a good point of
performance when the team moves to different positions, dances two groups fronting one
each other etc. but the simplicity of dancing must be kept.
f. For Small Teams and Large Teams the last 8 bars and for Showcases the last 16 bars of
the dance are free and the team can move into a final pose.
g. Acrobatics and Lifts are allowed.
h. Props are allowed as long as the props can be brought on to the floor in less than 20
Criterion for Judging
a. The judges will reward clever choreography and a good interacting between the team
members and the groups, use of innovative, modern figures and movements will be highly
b. During the qualifying rounds the judges’ will use the 2-dimensional system by giving two
crosses, one for Artistic Merit and the other for Technical Merit.
c. In the Final the judges’ use the 2-dimensional system by giving two sets of placings. One
set for Artistic Merit, the other for Technical Merit.