Revolution jumps into biggest season yet

Revolution dance competitionEntering its ninth year, Revolution Talent Competition is preparing for its biggest season yet. The competition is expanding, growing from 48 total events in 2015 to 59 total events in 2016. Starting off in February with a 56 city-regional tour, Revolution runs for 16 weeks before ending with three summer nationals spread out across the country.

 

Even with the substantial growth, the competition’s focus remains the same – to provide an affordable dance event that excels in customer service and excellence. Directed by Kacy Combs, Revolution offers three different levels (red, white and blue) with a separate scoring scale for each. The levels help dancers grow at their own pace with a scoring scale that is tiered for each level.

 

Dancers up to 19 years old can enter solos, duets, trios, small and large groups and lines. Any dancer age 20 and over must compete in the Adult Division. This applies to teachers, parents and all dancers.

 

Competition judges come from a diverse array of backgrounds and each have a variety of expertise in all areas of dance. They have worked in Broadway, commercial dance, as dance studio owners and as industry professionals.

 

Revolution’s 2016 season begins February 5-7 in Indianapolis, Indiana. To see the full roster of tour dates, click here or visit www.revolutiontalent.com.

 

To learn more about other dance competitions and conventions happening all across North America, check out Dance Informa’s 2015-16 Dance Competition & Convention Guide.

 

Photo: Dancers getting ready to rock the stage at the 2015 Chicago Nationals. Photo courtesy of Revolution Talent Competition.