Once again Midwest Starz is honored to host so many outstanding dancers and studio’s. It is our goal to enrich, enhance, and encourage the love of dance now and forever in the lives of dancers.
*NEW FOR 2014*
Midwest Starz competitions offers two levels!
Rising Starz level is for dancers who take four hours or less instruction per week or have limited competition experience. Rising Starz entries are eligible for High Point Awards only at their level. Starz level is for dancers with more than four hours of instruction per week and have ample competition experience. Starz level entries are eligible for High Point Awards at the Starz level only. All Super Mini dancers will compete at the Rising Starz level.
Soloists must perform all of their routines at the same level. A mixed duo routine will compete at the Starz level and a mixed Trio routine will perform at the level that is most dominated by the three dancers. All Super Mini routines will be performed at the Rising Starz level.
Midwest Starz is committed to bringing your studio a superior competitive dance competition experience. Midwest Starz will be a leader in the dance competition industry with the finest quality sound, lighting, video graphics and video production available today. Midwest Starz wants to be our choice in competitions in the future.
Midwest Starz offers photos and video that are available to view and purchase throughout the year.
Every year we offer the studios’ attending our events the opportunity to donate their awarded trophy’s back to Midwest Starz. The cash value will be applied as a donation to a charity of their choice.
Our stages are 64 feet wide and 40 feet deep. Both stages are covered with Marley flooring.
The pizza party This past year was a big hit. We would like to thank all of the studios’ that helped us make the party a success. This year we will have additional contests with prizes and of course DJ Sherm will be spinning the music. Feel free to bring your own music and dress for fun at the Nationals.
We are in awe of the dedication and commitment that the students and studio’s have to the art of dance. We are amazed at the unwavering support parents provide for their sons and daughters. And finally, we are blessed year after year by having the opportunity to reunite with so many friends and their families, and forming new friendships along the way.
We will always continue to miss and fondly remember, my brother and your beloved dance friend, Cary Sinn, whose joy and passion for dance will live forever in our minds and hearts.
Brent Sinn, Director
Teri Sinn, VP
Bill Sinn, CFO
Midwest Starz Staff