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Our Company consist of dancers passionate about elevating their talent & training. This program is an 11.5 month commitment (August-July) built to foster a love for dance while focusing on technique, discipline and overall performance quality. Dancers compete in stage based regional and national competitions, community events, school programs, halftime entertainment to the NBA, holiday parades as well as the opportunity to attend dance conventions throughout the year. Conventions are a great way for dancers to train with various dance and industry professionals as well as in different styles of dance.
2020-2021 Season start July 6, 2020
XLD Performed At The Inaugural production of the Houston’s Urban Nutcracker December 1, 2018 at the Hobby Center. This New And Exciting Twist On An Old Holiday Classic Explored The Proud Cultural Heritage Of The City Of Houston Through Dance, Music, And Narration. This “Feel Good” Nutcracker was Sure To Leave You And Your Family Feeling In The Holiday Spirit Unlike Any Other Holiday Production Has Ever Done Before!
Steven Boyd Award
At each regional Masquerade Dance Competition the judges select an outstanding dancer to receive the Steven Boyd Award. This honor is presented to the dancer who not only demonstrates an exceptional level of confidence, but who also shows an undeniable passion for dance through their performance quality. Mr. Steven was a talented dancer, instructor, choreographer, adjudicator and mentor for many. Mr. Steven’s legacy is one masquerade dance chooses to celebrate at each Masquerade event, as they recognize dancers they believe Mr. Steven would have enjoyed interacting with. His true passion for dance and his ability to inspire young artists continue to serve as a benchmark for everyone at Masquerade Dance Competition as they honor his spirit as they see it reflected in each generation of dancers.
XLD Performer SAMAYA HENDERSON was the ONE out of over 6,000 dancers chosen to receive this award at Masquerade Houston 2018.