Is there an age limit?
Will there be vocal coaches as well as choreographers?
Can I join the workshop if I'm not interested in dancing?
Each session we recommend you get on the waiting list of your choice (frontman vs showstopper) so that we can accurately assess which session we’ll run if not both.
Do I have to sing the whole time?
However, it is ultimately up to you. There may be times where you really need to concentrate on learning a move so singing will take a back seat.
What should I wear?
What should I bring?
2. A mic prop. You are welcome to bring in a mic, water bottle or any other item that is the same size and shape of a microphone.
What can I expect on 'Video Day'?
Thanks for the breakdown, but I still don't get it. How does this all work?
Throughout all classes you not only work on the choreography for the session, but your instructor works in applicable activities geared towards improving your overall stage presence, audience engagement, performance technique and more.
The first 3 weeks we learn the choreography full out with mic props.
While we learn the choreography in this first 3 weeks we will be singing the song full out during all classes as well. If there’s a belting part, belt it! We understand if you really need to concentrate on a move and can’t sing. Whatever you’re comfortable with, we will support you. The idea though is to always be singing. The more you can do both the better. It builds your stamina and coordination.
We encourage everyone to know the song before the session starts so that you can sing while dancing as much as possible throughout the sessions.
The 4th and 5th weeks we perform the routine solo and in groups through live wireless microphones and to the instrumental track to prepare for show day.
This will help you get a feel for what you will sound like live and get used to your voice carrying the song. If you are finding that you are out of breath or not as coordinated as you’d hoped, that’s ok! Our choreographer will help you simplify that move to still match the choreography, but not be as “big” and taxing on your vocals. The more session you take, the better your stamina will get.
The final day of the class we perform our routines in-front of our cameras.
You are welcome to invite your friends and family members. We will post a copy of the video in our private group so that you can post to YouTube for fan engagement or just use for personal critique. Your choreographer will also critiquing your performance and giving helpful feed back to ensure the best end result possible for your video.