Feature Twirler Audition
Part One: Video Audition
The first part will consist of a video audition. Once the video audition is submitted and viewed the feature twirler applicant may or may not be asked to come in for a live audition.
The video audition must be submitted by Thursday, March 5th. The video must be a minimum of 4:00 minutes long and a maximum of 7:00 minutes long. The video must include, but is not limited to:
- One, two and three baton
- Advanced dance twirl
- Series of trick combinations in a routine or individually
- Include video of tricks performed on a football field, preferably on astroturf.
Videos of the applicants twirling can include past performances and current video.
Once you have completed the video, email it to Jenna Hauck at firstname.lastname@example.org. All applicants will be informed by Friday, March 6th if they have or have not advanced to the live audition, via e-mail.
Part Two: Live Audition
Live auditions will take place on Friday, March 20th, beginning at 5:30 p.m.
Private audition will consist of a solo performance, interview and improv performance.
Attire: Twirling Suit
**Make sure that your makeup and hair is TJC appropriate. If you need guidance look to the image of our current Feature Twirlers.**
Use your solo to display a variety of your strengths and personality. Solo performances must include one, two and three baton sections. Include more if you are capable.
You will be judged on technique and performance. To be a feature twirler, you cannot just be technically sound. You must be able to capture the attention of the audience with your performance.
Length must be within 3:30-5:00 minutes.
A lengthy interview will take place after you perform your solo. At any time judges and panel may ask to see something again or to see additional tricks on the spot.