Cutting Edge & Progressive
Creative Edge looks for the most cutting-edge and progressive dance competitions to give our students exposure to the best in dance performance. Our goal is to challenge our students to help them grow and reach higher as they learn to express their love of dance through performance.
Passion For The Arts
Our view of competitions is that they are a chance for our dancers to show the tremendous dedication and hard work they have put in. While technical dance and musicality are extremely important, we also work on performance skills.
Group dancers learn how to move together and work as a team. We strive to choreograph dances with meaning, purpose, and to entertain. We encourage each dancer to be the best they can be and Dance on the Edge. When you are passionate about something, the trophies will follow.
The Full Repertoire
An impressive amount of work goes into making each competition special and unique, which wouldn’t be possible without a talented crew both onstage and offstage. We’re proud to unite people through their shared love for the arts and entertainment industry.
We congratulate our competitive dance team on the tremendous success we have had each season, including some top marks in the competitions.
We have participated in the following dance competitions:
Shock Dance Challenge
Onstage Dance Competition
Fever International Competition
KARV Dance Challenge
Standard Make-Up For The Year
Everyone loves looking their best at performances, and Creative Edge Dance Studio and MAC will make it happen. See below the list for competition make-up needed (girls only). All makeup can be found online or in-store at Mac, Mapleview Mall.
False eyelashes can be purchased at the studio. The eyelashes cannot have any colour or sparkle.
MAC Rice Paper and MAC Bronze
Pink blush of your choosing, (recommend 2-in-1).
The studio arranges costumes for all competitive dancers. In our efforts to keep dance affordable for everyone, we keep our costume prices reasonable. More information on dance competitions, makeup application, costumes, and dance etiquette are discussed at the competitive dance parent meeting and are available in our competitive guidebook.