It’s the most wonderful tiiiiiiime of the year…or it’s about to be: National Dance Week officially kicks off tomorrow, and runs through May 4.
How can you get involved in the fun? Let us count the ways! First of all, studios and organizations have planned celebrations ranging from traditional performances to full-day festivals. Visit the National Dance Week website to find out what dance-tastic events are happening in your area.
And no matter where you live, be sure to participate in NDW’s third annual dance mob contest. The rules are simple: Start by learning this year’s official routine, created by choreographer extraordinaire Gregg Russell. Then teach it to a group from your studio or school, or even just a bunch of dance-inclined friends. Make a video of your posse performing the routine, upload it to YouTube, and submit the link to the official NDW site. Winners will be chosen in the following categories: most votes, most interesting location (get out of that dance studio!), most creative, most participants, and best spirit.
The deadline for submissions is June 4, so get on it, everyone! Check out the official choreography below: