The Hall of Fame staff is hard at work making sure that the upcoming 2019 season is even better. We will never rest on our success, but rather we will strive for improvement with every show.
As competition parents and studio directors ourselves, the recipe for success is simple: we treat Hall of Fame dancers and their families as we want ourselves and our children to be treated.
Also, because Hall of Fame is a family run business, we promote a family atmosphere that is second to none. Hall of Fame proves that it is possible to maintain a high level of competition in a fun, personal, and low-stress atmosphere. The way we see it, today’s world offers kids enough stress…dancing should be fun!
We invite you to sit back, relax and enjoy your kids!
Yours in Dance,
Darryl & Kim Fink
- Jazz – Contains traditional jazz movements and technique.
- Tap – Scored on tap technique.
- Lyrical- Dancers interpret the lyrics, mood and content of the music.
- Contemporary – Routine incorporating lyrical or jazz movement fused with modern elements.
- Hip Hop – Street or contemporary jazz-funk.
- Musical Theatre – A routine interpreting a song from a Broadway or Movie Musical.
- Character – A routine portraying an easily recognizable character.
- Ballet – Includes classical or contemporary ballet movements and technique. Ballet slippers only.
- Production- Must be 4-8 minutes long. May contain any style or combination of styles.
- Pointe – Must include classical or contemporary pointe technique and steps. Pointe shoes only.
- Acro-Dance – Combines gymnastic and dance choreography. Must contain at least 50% dance choreography.
- Modern – Consists of modern technique, movement and choreography.
- Pom Pon – Performed with pom pons for at least 75 percent of the routine.
- Dance Team/ Kickline – Must consist of traditional dance team and kickline choreography.
- Clogging – Performed in clogging shoes using clogging technique.
- Open – Any style of dance or combination of styles.
- Parent – recreational parent category. All Parent routines will compete as recreational.
- Pro/Am – Any routine that contains a professional dancer.