Costumed Dances – May the Fourth

It always pops when you dance team costumes a number outside of their traditional look. While you need to make sure you stay on brand (can’t go campy if you team brand is sultry) these little touches can really elevate a dance number and the overall impact of your theme.

Here are a couple great examples:

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