We’ve all seen it, the same chorus choreography repeated over and over… and over. Listen, I get it. Time is limited, your dancers won’t cooperate,and you still don’t know what
Dance has become a regular part of the Salvation Army’s approach to mission in the USA. Great! But, let’s not get stuck wearing these long white dresses for eternity! They
Star Search music is about to come out! Time to brush up on your technique before getting to work on choreography. Dance is exploding in our Territory! The Star Search
Update: Auditions are now closed for the 2017/18 season. Submissions are now being accepted for a few Army On Its Toes Dance Company spots available for the 2017/2018 Season. Due
The Army On Its Toes Dance Company will be featured several times a night during Salvation Army Week on the Old Orchard Beach pier stage. You may have caught a
Here’s a secret hint – get there early! There will be a pre-show starting at 4pm Saturday, June 10th with fun for the whole family: giveaways, dancing, music and an
At the Candidates Seminar February of 2017, Kathryn Higgins and Cadet Clifford Douglas brought to life a beautiful piece by Bethel Music, We Dance. Watch it now, right here!
Are you leading a group of young dancers at your corps? Here are some quick tips to help you create a strong and effective piece of choreography with tiny dancers.
On April 8th from 1pm-3pm, join us for a one-time-only Stretch and Strength Class with Kathryn Higgins. Open to all dancers and dance leaders in the Salvation Army free of charge! Held
Let’s face it, who has professional dancers, choreographers, actors and directors to adjudicate their Divisional Star Search? Well, maybe Greater New York… but even they struggle to find qualified judges!
There is a phenomenal visual art track at Move. Workshops are catered to beginner and experienced artists under the leadership of special guest, Kevin Sparks. Contact your command liaioson to register. There
A new approach for the 2017 Dance Troupe category is being introduced! This change is happening so that each corps can prepare to the strength of their groups and represent