Do you want to join the company program? Are you currently a part of the company program and want to audition for additional disciplines?
Audition dates are TBA pending the guidelines for group gatherings in the coming weeks. We anticipate groups will be small so, multiple audition dates will be offered to accommodate this structure.
Register for Company Auditions under the ‘Competitive Auditions for 20/21‘ link by July 1, 2020. The cost per discipline is $15.00.
Each camp day will include the same quality dance instruction you would expect along with games & crafts to keep your dancer busy.
BDC will provide a ‘craft box’, available for curbside pick up at the studio in advance of your camp week so you have everything you need at home and do not need to purchase any supplies.
Each camp week with culminate with a themed ‘virtual showcase’. Throughout the week, we will film segments which will be edited together into a short movie that will be broadcast on the last day of camp and sent to each family as a keepsake!
Snack and lunch breaks will be built into the day as before to give your dancer time away from the screen.
Note: if it appears we can reopen by the time we reach our camp dates, we may revise the plan slightly to offer a hybrid version or full in person camp option (following strict guidelines and social distancing measures set forth by the ministry of health).
Click on ‘REGISTER‘ on the home page.
We continue to keep your safety at the top of our priority list and hope that you will stick with us as we adapt to new ways of dancing together.
Registration for Company Tune Up 2020 is now live!
Company tune up is a mandatory dance opportunity for all competitive students. Currently, tune up will be offered on a virtual basis. However, the intention is to offer some in-studio options should the provincial guidelines allow.
Registration for tune up can be completed HERE.
BDC CREW will specialize in hip hop, and as such will have different requirements than our current Hip Hop Company Dancers.
Regular stream company dancers can also participate in this program. However, the schedule requirements and focus for this discipline will be slightly re-designed. Stay tuned for more information coming soon.
In addition to this, we are excited to be introducing a ‘Recreational Performance Team‘ opportunity. This program is geared for the recreational student who wants to take their experience up a notch, but perhaps doesn’t want the time commitment that goes along with being a full time competitive dancer. It might also be of interest to a competitive student who would like to cut back on their schedule but still wants an enhanced involvement. The Performance Team will not compete, but rather spend their season performing at community events in and around Burlington, as well as (and most importantly!) as part of That’s Entertainment 2021
BDC is currently looking for new maintenance person for the upcoming season. Typically, this person is responsible for handyman type jobs like repainting, repairs etc. We like to offer this position to current clients to offset some of the costs associated with competitive dance. If this is of interest, please send an email with “maintenance person” in the subject line to firstname.lastname@example.org