Dancentre South Company
ABOUT THE DCS COMPANY
Looking to take your dance education to the next level? Then the DCS Company is the place to be. If you live to dance, like to work hard and enjoy extra performing opportunities, then you’ve got what it takes to join the Dancentre South Company! This elite group of dancers showcases some of the top young performers in the U.S. Former Company members are successful college dance majors, studio owners, company directors and performers with Disney World, cruise ships, television and theater. Our goal for the Company is to provide additional training and experience for serious students, while continuing to spark their interest and fuel their love for dance! The DCS Company was founded in 1994 by former studio owners Annie Day and Marcus Alford and is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.
AGES/LEVELS - We have multiple Company levels for ages 9 and up.
Members are chosen on their ability in technique and showmanship, dedication to improvement, positive attitude, attendance, commitment and tidy appearance. Auditions are held in May. An annual contract fee is due at auditions. Once auditions have passed, dancers may request a private evaluation for placement.
All DCS Company members are required to take tap, jazz and ballet. Ages 12 and up are required to take two ballet classes. Contemporary, hip hop and acrobatics are also offered. Extra rehearsals are required for Company pieces.
DCS Company dancers participate each year in our annual production of The Nutcracker of Cherokee County, RiverFest and our annual recital. The Company travels every other year for performance and class opportunities. Past experiences include Disney, New York City, Germany and many arts festivals including Panoply Festival of the Arts (Huntsville), Piccolo Spoletto Festival (Charleston), Jazz On Tap and BalletFest Atlanta. The Company also participated in the opening ceremonies of the 1996 summer Olympics.
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