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In the Team Choreography Competition, a team of at least two couples will perform a choreography to a piece of their choice. One team will perform at a time. Collegiate teams must consist of university-level students, while teams not associated with a university have no membership requirements, but will compete in a different division.

Note that rules and rubrics may be modified slightly as the competition approaches. Rubrics should serve as a guideline for scoring, but are not all encompassing.  Scoring is ultimately at the judges' discretion.

​Team Choreography Competition Rules

  • Teams consist of at least 2 couples. There is no maximum number of couples for teams

  • In the case of technical issues, a performance may be restarted.

  • A performance may not be restarted due to contestant mistakes.

  • The Coordinator will have the ultimate authority to decide whether a performance may be restarted for any reason.

  • Aerials may not exceed more than one third of the performance.

  • Each performance may only be one song.

  • Collegiate team choreography must be exclusively student’s work

    • Instructors may advise on technique

  • Teams must provide music piece via in CD, flashdrive, or emailed in mp4 file.

    • File should include artist and title of song

    • Maximum song length should be 4:00 minutes

    • Song must be recorded at original speed

    • Song length may be edited to match the time limit

    • Music must be submitted at least 24 hours in advance: by 6:30 p.m. on Saturday, April 27th.

  • Attire and use of props may be considered for evaluation during scoring

    • Use of harmful materials such as powders, liquids, and fire is prohibited

    • Members should be prepared to clean stage if performance litters the stage

Team Choreography

(Group)

Rubrics identify points the judges will look for during grading, but may not be followed precisely during judging. Rubric is available here.