Philadelphia Spinners Dance Team Pre-Audition Workshop

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Golden State Warrior Girls Finals

(This post got overlooked during the server issues we had during the summer)


The finals for the 2014-15 Golden State Warrior Girls were held at the Warriors Practice Facility back in July. Enjoy the photos.








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Harrisburg Stampede Crush Dance Team Auditions are December 6th

The Harrisburg Stampede is holding open auditions for its Crush Dance Team on Saturday, December 6, 2014.

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A Second Chance To Try Out For The Philadelphia Soulmates – November 15



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Photo of the Day – November 3


Former Philadelphia Wings Angels Elisa and Francesca at Soulmate Auditions on Saturday. They are both headed to bootcamp.

Philadelphia Soulmates: Beginnings & Endings

From Saturday’s Soulmates Open Call Auditions:


The last day for the 2014 Philadelphia Soulmates


And the Boot Camp Invitees for the 2015 squad.

Bay Area Audition Opportunity


The Vanity Dancers are an elite, all female performance group assembled by Patrisha Yabes and Shonna Chiles.The team was designed to train women who wish to have a pro-dance team experience in the areas of dance, promotional expectations, and community service. Our dancers embody style, class, beauty, and exceptional performance quality. That’s what Vanity is all about.

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Philadephia Soulmates Auditions Are This Saturday

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Harrisburg Stampede “Crush” Dance Team Prep Class And Auditions


The Harrisburg Stampede’s “Crush” Dance Team is seeking beautiful, physically fit women with energy, dance ability and charisma to represent the Stampede in the community and perform during home games at the Giant Center.

Audition location: Historic Ice Palace at HersheyPark Arena
Date: Saturday, December 6, 2014
Time: 9:00 a.m.
Attire: 2-piece audition outfit (sports bra and dance trunks/briefs or shorts) and performance-ready hair and makeup.

Interested candidates can learn more by attending Crush prep classes, which are designed to help applicants feel more confident during the audition. Prep classes allow potential candidates to learn the different dance styles incorporated into Crush’s season performances. The environment is supportive and non-competitive. Participants will be exposed to new choreography each week and will have the opportunity to participate in Q&A sessions with Crush Director Julia Powers.

Prep Class Location: Historic Ice Palace at HersheyPark Arena
Dates: Thursday, November 13 and Thursday, November 20
Time: 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Attire: 2-piece workout attire
Fee: $20 (includes admittance to both prep classes and audition)


Must be at least 18 by 12/6/14 and have a high school diploma or GED
Complete online registration process at
Bring photo ID, non-returnable picture and water
Auditions are CLOSED to the public

This is your chance to:

Perform at the Giant Center in front of thousands of fans
Model for photo and calendar shoots
Attract local media attention
Represent the Stampede at community and charity events
Dance for a championship-caliber team
Meet new people and make lifelong friends

To learn more and pre-register, visit

For questions, email

View 2014 Crush performances on YouTube by visiting their YouTube Channel

LA Kings 2014-15 Ice Crew Auditions: Day 2

Description: Kings Vision gives you an all-access look into the second day of auditions for the LA Kings Ice Crew at Gold’s Gym in downtown Los Angeles.

2014 Ice Crew Auditions: Day 1

Kings Vision gives you an all-access look at the first day of auditions for the LA Kings Ice Crew. See who made the cut for Day 2!

Arizona Rattlers Audition Prep Class This Month!

Journalist helps select the Bombshells

‘My girls’ shine as Vancouver Stealth’s new Bombshells
by: Gord Kurenoff
Vancouver Sun
September 29, 2014

Not since Meg Ryan’s OMG moment in When Harry Met Sally have you seen excitement reach this heightened level.

In fact, it was easily the most epic thing I did all month, but to keep peace at home I pulled a Pinocchio and told my wonderful wife it ranked a distant second!

When Jared Harman, the savvy director of business development at Langley’s award-winning Events Centre, asked if yours truly would like to help select this season’s Vancouver Stealth Bombshells, I was waiting for Ashton Kutcher to show up at any moment with his Punk’d camera crew.

So, let me get this straight — no joke intended: The National Lacrosse League team wants this Sun scribe to judge beautiful women while they dance right in front of me, in gym wear, for three or four hours?

Pausing just long enough to make it look like I have a life outside of work, yours truly said OK, hung up the phone, screamed “yahoo,” did a few fist-pumps, back flips, cartwheels, hyperventilated — you know, all the typical things calm people do.

Fast forward to Saturday morning at Let’s Dance Studio on Granville Street. Almost three dozen calendar-ready women are stretching and getting ready for dance team tryouts. They are so busy loosening up they don’t notice me (smile) as I drool and strut by like a proud peacock to the judges’ table where we will eventually have to inform almost half of this group to come back next year.

Stealth owner Denise Watkins, a mother of three and a whiz in sports management, explains that the Bombshells have to be respectful, friendly, team-oriented, and readily available to help at charity-fundraising events and committed to improving as a precision dancer and Stealth ambassador.

“To be clear, we aren’t looking for strippers. We don’t allow twerking or anything indecent,” says Watkins matter-of-factly. “They can be sexy, but the Bombshells have to be family-acceptable and role models for young girls.

“They have to be able to mingle with fans and represent our team and city at minor lacrosse and community events. They have to be more than just a pretty face or pretty body. And they have to understand the market we’re working and living in.”

The NLL Colorado Mammoth, for example, has a sexed-up dance team called the WildBunch that arrives at Denver’s Pepsi Center on Harleys. Not all of their body parts appear as natural as their megawatt smiles (judging by the glossy photos in my wallet), but what’s not to like about a crew that does country and hip-hop routines? (And now that I have experience selecting dancers, I’m available to help out in the Mile High City. Just saying!)

So does that mean the tamer Bombshells will appear on tractors petting baby sheep in the more-conservative Langley area?

“You’re going to be trouble today, right?” grins Watkins, who also flushed my ideas of introductory group hugs, parting hugs, kisses for the winners, one-on-one picnics, fantasy pools or runner-up adoptions.

The other male judges on the panel — Stealth coach Dan Perreault, president and GM Doug Locker, chief financial officer David Takata and TSN Radio anchor Matt Baker — seemed to like my ideas, but stopped very short of verbally endorsing them. (Likely just shy. First-timers, eh?!)

Bubbly Alexis Whatley, who danced with the Bombshells last season and is back as choreographer, put the women through their brisk paces. You soon realize this dance thing takes endurance, grace, physical fitness, coordination and learning on the fly.

Whatley, who is brilliant and exudes personality-plus, gave the dancers quick lessons in “hair-ography,” shaking their bodies, proper breathing, smiling and groovin’ to catchy tunes like Bang, Bang! You didn’t need binoculars — I had them just in case — to recognize this was difficult work.

The toughest part of the afternoon was trimming the roster. Most of these 20-somethings have been dancing since they were five, and did this because they loved it. There was no mistaking the passion or natural talent.

One sweet girl, who just moved here from Houston — “the small one in Northern B.C., not the big one in Texas” she joked — was my top underdog pick. Her genuine enthusiasm, heart and personality were addictive. Unfortunately she didn’t make the final cut and I was choked up watching her get choked up. Hopefully she keeps practising because I know Langley would love her spirit.

Watkins says she has an emotional attachment to her entire “Stealth family” and often calls the players “my boys.”

I totally get it. Knowing I helped select the new Bombshells, and felt some sort of connection (even if they didn’t), I left the Granville Street studio proud of “my girls.” Otherwise known at home, around my wife, as “those girls.”

See the Bombshells’ tryout photo gallery by clicking HERE.

Philadelphia Soulmates Audition Prep Class

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Trenton (NJ) Freedom Xtreme Dance Team Auditions are Next Month

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