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OUR MISSION

Your Imagination - Unleashed

At Ignite Dance Company we pride ourselves in providing quality shows and performances at unbeatable prices. IDC values our audience and do everything we can to make their experience with us enjoyable. Our main mission is to engage with the community through our state-of-the-art concert that is a full professional lighted show. We strive to produce and host memorable productions that will dazzle our audiences. Stop by today and unleash your imagination with our cutting edge shows and performances!

 
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WHO WE ARE

 IDC 

Where Memories Are Made!

At Ignite Dance Company, we believe in providing the community with state-of-the-art shows and performances that truly make an impact. We train our dancers to be an outstanding group of performers that really bring each of our productions to life. 
Ignite Dance company is a youth pre-professional dance company for ages 10 and up. This modern based company is designed to provide young dancers with a greater opportunity for performance both in the convention circuit and community outreach.
It serves as an excellent preparation for dance programs at universities as well as a professional career in dance performance.
Members will be exposed to a variety of master classes by acclaimed visiting artists and travel to conventions to compete in and take classes.
We have an amazing preschool program, creative movement for children, and open classes for recreational dancers. 
Come see what we’re all about, and start your dance experience with us today!

 

IDC COMPANY MEMBERS

DIESEL COMPANY
KAMRI LONGHURST

DIESEL COMPANY
ALYSSA ORTEGA

DIESEL COMPANY
ABBI BEHUNIN

DIESEL COMPANY
EMMA BULLOCH

DIESEL COMPANY/FUEL COMPANY

JAEDA MCCURDY

FUEL COMPANY
NICOLE JACOBSON

FUEL COMPANY
AVA LUNT

FUEL COMPANY
GABRIELA GOMEZ

FUEL COMPANY
AVA KNUDSEN

FUEL AND IGNITE COMPANY
TANLEY MCCURDY

IGNITE COMPANY
KYSA ROSS

IGNITE COMPANY
KASSI DUNKIN

IGNITE COMPANY
ASHTYN GILES

IGNITE COMPANY
REAGAN ANDERSON

IGNITE COMPANY
MADISYN GLENN

 

TUITION COST

FALL SEMESTER

START DATE:

SEPTEMBER 3-MAY 9

COMPANY MEMBERS ONLY


(Audition Only)

Tuition cost:

$60 a month (due at beginning of every month) $25 registration fee

Requirements

• Must attend one convention

• Must be available for concert and concert rehearsals.• Must attend 2 hour block once a week

Extra fees
• Costume rental fee $200 (estimated) (due mid October) 

• This includes two competition costumes, concert costumes (opening number, closing number

  • Choreography fee $80

  • Master Class fee $80

  • Concert Fee $40

  • Concert DVD’s $15

  • Convention fee with competition $365 for two routines

  • All other conventions are optional $255 (if they compete in solo/duets additional cost added)

  • Company jacket (price varies)

COMPANY MEMBER W/ UNLIMITED CLASSES

Tuition cost: 

$140 a month (and company requirements/fees) $25 registration fee

OPEN CLASS MEMBER

Tuition cost:

$120 a month
$25 registration fee

INDIVIDUAL CLASS MEMBER (OPEN CLASSES ONLY)

Tuition cost:
$40 a month
$25 registration fee

ADULT CLASS 18+

Drop in cost $5

MINI SPARKS

Tuition cost:
$35 a month
$25 registration fee

$50 costume fee

$40 concert fee

$15 recital DVD

SPARKS

Tuition cost:
$35 a month
$25 registration fee

$50 costume fee

$40 concert fee

$15 recital DVD

OCTANE (Creative movement)

Tuition cost:
$35 a month
$25 registration fee $40 costume rental fee $40 concert fee
$15 concert DVD

OCTANE (Ballet)

Tuition cost:
$35 a month
$25 registration fee

OCTANE (Creative movement & Ballet)

Tuition cost:
$45 a month
$25 registration fee

$60 costume rental fee

$40 concert fee
$15 concert DVD

BOYS HIP HOP

Tuition cost:
$35 a month
$25 registration fee

$40 costume fee

$40 concert fee

$15 recital DVD

  ADD ONS

2 classes $45 a month 

3 classes $80 a month

Please see the link below to register for classes.

 

FALL SCHEDULE

Start Date September 3

 

MONDAY

  • Mini Sparks 4:00-5:00 (ages 2-3.5)

  • Open Ballet/Stretch 4:15-5:15 (ages 9+)

  • Sparks 5:00-6:00 (ages 4-5.5)

  • Ignite Company 5:30-7:30 (audition only) (ages 13+)

  • Open Adult Class 7:30-8:30

TUESDAY

  • Open tap 3:30-4:30 (ages 9+)

  • Open ballet/prepointe 4:30-5:30 (ages 9+)

  • Open modern/improv 5:30-6:30 (ages 9+)

  • Octane (creative movement 5:30-6:30 (ages 6-10)

  • Boys Hip Hop 6:30-7:30 (ages 6-10)

  • Diesel Company 6:30-8:30 (audition only) (ages 9-11)

WEDNESDAY

  • Fuel Company 3:00-5:00 (audition only) (ages 10-13)

  • Open contemporary fusion 5:00-6:00 (ages 10+)

  • Octane ballet 5:00-6:00 (ages 6-9)

  • Open ballet 6:00-7:00 (ages 10+)

  • Open contemporary combos 7:00-8:00 (ages 10+)

  • Open Jazz 8:00-9:00 (ages 10+)

THURSDAY

  • Open musical theatre 4:30-5:30 (ages 10+)

  • Open hip hop 5:30-6:30 (ages 10+)

  • Open modern technique (ages 10+)

  • Soloist 7:30-9

CLASS DESCRIPTION AND CLOTHING REQUIREMENTS

**CLASS CLOTHING REQUIRED WITHIN 2 WEEKS FROM STARTING OF CLASS

MINI SPARKS

This fun-filled class is designed to introduce the youngest of dancers how to enjoy movement through dance. They will gain exposure to ballet principles, elementary tap, basic tumbling and locomotive skills. They will learn center floor work as well as across the floor combinations.

  • Dance attire: leggings, leotards or tighter fitted clothing

  • Shoes: Black tap, black ballet shoes (not slippers)

SPARKS

This fun-filled class is designed to introduce the young of dancer how to enjoy movement through dance. They will gain exposure to ballet principles, elementary tap, basic tumbling and locomotive skills. They will learn center floor work as well as across the floor combinations.

  • Dance attire: leggings, leotards or tighter fitted clothing

  • Shoes: Black tap, black ballet shoes (not slippers)

OCTANE CREATIVE MOVEMENT

Creative Dance is a unique way where children can discover how to use movement for self expression. Movement is closely connected with the mind, spirit and is an important part in building self-image, self awareness and self direction.

  • Dance attire: form fitted attire that allows movement

  • Shoes: barefoot or socks

OCTANE BALLET

This fun-filled class is provides students interested in learning the classic forms of ballet and gives them exposure to elementary tap basics. It offers structure for the more focused dancer and includes ballet exercises, center floor work and across the floor combinations. 

  • Dance attire: Any type of black leotard, and convertible pink tights

  • Dance shoe: Pink clothe ballet shoe, black tap shoe

DIESEL COMPANY

Modern is a more relaxed, free style of dance in which choreographer's use emotions and moods to design steps. It has a deliberate use of gravity. Members will also be learning variety of choreography.

  • Dance attire: form fitted attire that allows movement (may be asked to wear all black when cleaning routines)

  • Dance shoe: barefoot or socks

FUEL COMPANY

Modern is a more relaxed, free style of dance in which choreographer's use emotions and moods to design steps. It has a deliberate use of gravity. Members will also be learning variety of choreography.

  • Dance attire: form fitted attire that allows movement (may be asked to wear all black when cleaning routines)

  • Dance shoe: barefoot or socks


IGNITE COMPANY

Modern is a more relaxed, free style of dance in which choreographer's use emotions and moods to design steps. It has a deliberate use of gravity. Members will also be learning variety of choreography.

  • Dance attire: form fitted attire that allows movement (may be asked to wear all black when cleaning routines)

  • Dance shoe: barefoot or socks


IGNITE OPEN CLASSES

BALLET/STRETCH

The foundation of all dance forms, ballet takes a dancer into the world of classical music and teaches them discipline and grace. Stretch class is a form of physical exercise in which a specific muscle or tendon is deliberately flexed or stretched in order to improve the muscle's felt elasticity and achieve comfortable muscle tone.

  • Dance attire: Any type of black leotard, and convertible pink tights

  • Pink clothe ballet shoes


TAP

Tap dance is a type of dance characterized by using the sounds of tap shoes striking the floor as a form of percussion. It focuses on musicality and rhythm.

  • Dance attire: any clothing comfortable and able to move in

  • Dance shoe: black laced up, split sole tap shoe


BALLET/PRE-POINTE

The foundation of all dance forms, ballet takes a dancer into the world of classical music and teaches them discipline and grace.

  • Dance attire: Any type of black leotard, and convertible pink tights

  • Dance shoe: Pink clothe ballet shoe, Pointe shoe with permission and pink clothe, split sole ballet shoe


MODERN/IMPROV

Modern is a more relaxed, free style of dance in which choreographer's use emotions and moods to design steps. It has a deliberate use of gravity.

  • Dance attire: form fitted attire that allows movement

  • Shoes: barefoot or socks


HIP HOP/BOYS HIP HOP

Hip-hop dance refers to street dance styles primarily performed to hip-hop music or that have evolved as part of hip-hop culture. It includes a wide range of styles primarily breaking which was created

  • Dance attire: Loose baggy clothing that is moveable

  • Shoes: street shoes, sneakers, tennis shoes

CONTEMPORARY

Contemporary dance is a style of expressive dance that combines elements of several dance genres including modern, jazz, lyrical, and classical ballet. Contemporary dancers strive to connect the mind and the body through fluid dance movements.

  • Dance attire: form fitted attire that allows movement

  • Shoes: barefoot or socks


JAZZ

A stylized form of dance using many rhythms to coordinate and strengthen the body.

  • Dance attire: form fitted attire that allows movement

  • Shoes: jazz gore boot or pirouette shoe

MUSICAL THEATRE

Musical theatre is a for of theatrical performance that combines songs, spoken dialogue, acting and dance. The story and emotional content of a musical-humor, pathos, love, anger are communicated through the words, music, and movement.

  • Dance attire: form fitted attire that allows movement

  • Shoes: jazz gore boot or pirouette shoe

 
 
 

ABOUT THE DIRECTOR

Janene began a love and passion for dance at a very early age. She has over 30 years of dance experience, with training in clogging, tap, ballet, jazz, modern, lyrical, hip hop, and contemporary dance.
Janene grew up in Grace, Idaho. She began her first dance experience in clogging. She danced with the the Black Canyon Cloggers under the direction of Valorie Anderson. They competed all of over Idaho and Utah winning many awards.  She was a three year Drill Team member at Grace High School, Co-Captain her Senior year, and helped choreograph all their routines.
She began her formal dance training in Logan, Utah with Tueller School of Dance under the direction of Valeen Tueller and Tina Comadena. She competed with Tuellers in the convention circuit and won numerous scholarships. She also took classes at the Cache Civic Ballet.
From 1998-2000, Janene helped her sister open up and run local dance studio teaching jazz, tap, ballet, and pointe.  This is where she truly learned to love teaching dance.
Janene was awarded a two year dance scholarship to perform with the Utah State Sunburst singers and dancers team under the direction of Derek Furch and Rachel Morealle.  They toured with their production to Iowa, Sun Valley, and numerous sites in Utah. 
Janene continued her dance education at Southern Utah University.  She studied under Shauna Mendini, Kay Anderson, Gwen Grimes, and Paul Ocampo.  She was a student choreographer for the Breaking Boundaries concert as well as the Vital Dance Concert. She was invited to attend the American College Dance Festival in Long Beach California and Montana both times performing in the Gala concert. She was an SUU Waukeenyan dancer for one year and received her Bachelors degree from SUU in Dance Education with an minor in Health. 
Janene has received many choreography awards throughout her tenure in the dance. She won the Ensemble award for the SUPAF Southern Utah Performing Arts Festival. She had a featured piece in the St. George Contemporary Dance Concert. She also won the Dance America National’s in the advanced contemporary routine, overall top Junior contemporary, and has choreographed many drill team routines that have won at multiple region and state competitions.
From 2002 to 2016 Janene has been very involved in the drill team world. She helped assist Parowan, Canyon View, and Cedar High School. She has won Region 9 twice once as an assist and once as a head coach of Cedar High School. She took 3rd overall at State twice as head Coach receiving a 2nd Overall in dance routine, and was nominated twice for coach of the year while coaching at Cedar High. She was able to perform at a REAL soccer game with her team. She collaborated and brought local drill teams together in performing in the Utah Summer Games. She established the Ignite Dance Workshop and Competition as a fundraiser for Cedar High School. She has also taught at multiple studios and was an Adjunct Professor at Dixie College and continues to Adjunct for SUU as a Jazz/Modern teacher.
Her first year with IDC, they won "Best NU Group" at Nuvo Dance Convention and performed in the closing show.
As a mother of five children of her own, Janene has always loved to connect and mentor  dance students. She strives to focus on their potential and bring out the best in them. She does her best to continue her dance education by attending professional dance conventions and teacher workshops. She is innovative, dedicated, and passionate about every thing she does. She is so excited for this new adventure to bring another avenue to young dancers with Ignite Dance Company. Janene is so blessed to have the love and support from family, friends and can’t thank them enough for their positive influence in her life.

 
 
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“Pleasure in the job puts perfection in the work”

Aristotle

 

CONTACT US

2333 W HWY 56 STE D & E

1 (435) 590-6081 or 1 (405) 568-9671