SHOW US WHAT YOU GOT

SHOW US WHAT YOU GOT

“SHOW US WHAT YOU GOT “ GREEK STEP SHOW

Brief Description: “Show Us What You Got” Greek Step Show Competition is a local and or virtual streaming online weekly exhibit to show the talent of Fraternity and Sorority Step Teams all over the world.

Registration Deadlines & Refund Policy:

  • Registration Forms and Fees must be collected PRIOR to actual event. Deadline will be set by event organizer and announced as soon as possible. (NO EXCEPTIONS).
  • Registration Fees are NON-REFUNDABLE.

 

Contestant Rules and Regulations:

  • Participants are officially entered once the registration forms and fees have been paid in full.
  • Participants must agree to a rehearsal of their routine no later than 24 hours before the actual contest.
  • Participants must give 24 hours cancellation notice, failure to comply will prohibit participation in future events sponsor by this organization.
  • Steppers are to check in at least 1 hour before the competition starts and whoever has not checked in at that time will not compete and will be disqualified.
  • No more than 15 steppers (including helpers) are allowed to perform and all steppers and helpers on the list are required to sit in the reserved section only. (if applicable)
  • Only those steppers and helpers on the list are allowed to enter the Step Show at no cost.  – NO ADDITIONAL TICKETS WILL BE GIVEN- NO EXCEPTIONS. (if applicable)
  • All additional persons will be required to have a ticket for entrance, this includes alumni.
  • Different color bands will be given to participants and general audience members. Regardless of status, any person without a wristband will have to purchase one at the door. (if applicable)
  • If there are any changes that need to be made to registration form (i.e. partner change, music selection, etc.) it is the responsibility of the participants to contact the event organizer ONE DAY before the evening of the event
  • At registration the participants are asked to submit one photo (digitally) to the event organizer to be used in the promotion of the event. The photo must be of the group currently entered into the competition. Be mindful that the photo will be used publicly via social media. .
  • PARTICIPANTS DRESS ATTIRE: All Stepper are asked to perform in appropriate and complimentary outfits. Costumes are permissible. Please contact the event organizer for more information.
  • No sexual or explicit acts will be tolerated.
  • Avoid excessive profanity in words or music during performance.
  • All props and special requirements must be approved before the night of the performance.
  • The step team assumes all risks in its performance of all activities and is responsible for all actions whatsoever committed by our team that may cause harm or injury to persons or property because of their performance as authorized by this agreement.

Competition Format

 

  • Participants will consist of a minimum of 4 in a group.
  • A brief meeting will be held with the event organizer to go over the rules and to answer any questions that will come up.
  • The order in which contestants will compete depends on when they register.
  • A weekly winner will be named from each category and all winners will be included in the semi- finals.
  • JUDGING: Judges will evaluate each contesting couples and or groups using score cards. After the performance, the score cards will be collected and tallied. All decisions made by judges are final.

Teams will be judged on the following categories for a total of 100 points:

  • Showmanship (20 points)

 Enthusiasm, crowd involvement, etc.

  • Precision (20 points)

Accuracy and coordination of moves

  • Appearance (10 points)

Coordinated outfits and thoughtful clothing choices

  • Originality (10 points)

Incorporating never before seen moves or styles

  • Difficulty (10 points)

 Physical difficulty, move complexity, member-to-member interaction complexity, etc.

  • Creativity (10 points)

Overall theme of performance was creative

  • Vocal Clarity (5 points)

 Performance was easily heard and understood

  • Sportsmanship (5 points)

 Upholding competitive respect and proper conduct throughout the duration of the

 performance

  • Overall Performance (5 points)

 An overall rating of the performance

  • Time Limit (5 points)

 Adherence to the time regulations

All judges’ scores will be averaged. The first place fraternity/sorority/organization will be the team with the highest total. The second place fraternity/sorority/organization will be the team with the second highest total.

  • Judges will also take into consideration the above listed rules and regulations when deciding final points. Judges will deduct 5 points in the organizations’ overall score for each violation.
  • In the case that a team performs beyond the 15-minute time limit, points will be deducted from the total score as follows:
  • 1-3 minutes over = 2 points
  • 2-5 minutes over = 3 points
  • 5+ minutes over = all time points will be lost (team receives a 0 for time)

Amendments to the Rules

  • The event organizer will make every effort to conduct all competitions in accordance with the rules. However, the event organizer reserves the right to make any changes to schedule or format deemed necessary for any competition. Competitors will be informed of all rule changes immediately.

Music and Video

  • Music and Videos must be submitted at rehearsal or before.

This should consist of the following materials:

  • Pre-Arranged Music (.mp3) on a CD
  • Video on a flash drive or DVD

 

Brief List of Music (in order, if multiple songs):

 Brief Description of Props:

Brief Description of Attire: Special Instructions:

Brief Description of Performance:

ATTACH:

  • A DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF STAGE LAYOUT AND TRANSITION NOTES.
  • A DETAILED CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF ACTIVITIES (including video needs). ALL MUSIC MUST

    BE PUT ON ONE CD AND IN THE EXACT WAY FOR PERFORMANCE.

Registration Groups Form

Name & Contact Number of members

**It is the responsibility of the competitor(s) to review both category rules and general competition rules for a complete understanding of all rules policies and procedures. **

LIABILITY WAIVER As contestants of BTOC/BMC, I agree to hold the organizers and their agents harmless for all suits, claims, or demands of every kind and character arising out of and in conjunction with this event. I also give consent without compensation to BTOC/BMC and its operators the right to video tape or photograph me and use such for promotional and resale usage. Under18 must have Parent or Guardian signature.

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“SHOW US WHAT YOU GOT”

Greek Registration Team Information Form

List all names of performers: Note: No more than 15 step performers, non-step performers and/or stage technicians are allowed to participate. In addition, the number of non-step performers cannot exceed the number of step performers. All performers must be active members in their chapter to participate.

Advisor(s) Name:

Name , Role (Step Performer, Non-Step Performer, Stage Technician)

**It is the responsibility of the competitor(s) to review both category rules and general competition rules for a complete understanding of all rules policies and procedures. **

LIABILITY WAIVER As contestants of BTOC/BMC, I agree to hold the organizers and their agents harmless for all suits, claims, or demands of every kind and character arising out of and in conjunction with this event. I also give consent without compensation to BTOC/BMC and its operators the right to video tape or photograph me and use such for promotional and resale usage. Under18 must have Parent or Guardian signature.

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