2013 MAC

smidra86

Active Member
#86
You guys.... sigh. I'm excited! dlliba, I might try to convince the partner to maybe do champ smooth. I've been trying. Foxtrot has been revamped, not redone at this point... hopefully, it will look good... ugh....
 

dlliba10

Well-Known Member
#87
You guys.... sigh. I'm excited! dlliba, I might try to convince the partner to maybe do champ smooth. I've been trying. Foxtrot has been revamped, not redone at this point... hopefully, it will look good... ugh....
Just saying that you guys might be sort of way too good for Novice by this point, revamped Foxtrot or not ;)
 

smidra86

Active Member
#88
Just saying that you guys might be sort of way too good for Novice by this point, revamped Foxtrot or not ;)
I don't know. We feel comfortable right now dancing at novice because that is technically our level. I barely placed out of gold back in February, and that's in collegiate comps too. I'll talk to him about it tonight. Unless he is already DF-stalking me right now and going to yell at me afterwards for talking about him. (Wouldn't be surprised.)
 
#90
I don't know. We feel comfortable right now dancing at novice because that is technically our level. I barely placed out of gold back in February, and that's in collegiate comps too. I'll talk to him about it tonight. Unless he is already DF-stalking me right now and going to yell at me afterwards for talking about him. (Wouldn't be surprised.)
Stop being a dance-downer and dance at your level. If you don't register for the right level (that I think you should be in), your Christmas present WILL suffer.
 

smidra86

Active Member
#91
technically we are novice..... we never placed out. since I just barely placed out of gold in the ycn.... so technically we could do bronze/silver and not get in trouble. and I don't control reg. the partner does
 
#93
What's the deal with mixed proficiency? I see that its allowed, but don't see an entry form for it or age categories. Is it a separate event or mixed in with the regular amateur events?
 
#94
What's the deal with mixed proficiency? I see that its allowed, but don't see an entry form for it or age categories. Is it a separate event or mixed in with the regular amateur events?
We do offer Mixed Proficiency events as required. They are distinct event, and are available for people to do not have regular partners to dance with.

They get created manually as required, and are offered in the same session as adult events of the same style and level.
 

Daphna

Well-Known Member
#97
For anyone still searching for a Christmas present, think about getting VIP tickets for the MAC. We've decided on an menu from the caterers Abigail Kirsch and it includes Mac & Cheese BBQ Chicken, Adobe Beef Shortribs, Eggplant Polpetta, Portobello Mushroom Steak Fries and Lobster BLTs to name just a few of the Hors D'Oeuvres. This is in addition to wine and sparkling water. Great food, waiter service and great dancing make for a wonderful Christmas present.
 

dlliba10

Well-Known Member
#98
For anyone still searching for a Christmas present, think about getting VIP tickets for the MAC. We've decided on an menu from the caterers Abigail Kirsch and it includes Mac & Cheese BBQ Chicken, Adobe Beef Shortribs, Eggplant Polpetta, Portobello Mushroom Steak Fries and Lobster BLTs to name just a few of the Hors D'Oeuvres. This is in addition to wine and sparkling water. Great food, waiter service and great dancing make for a wonderful Christmas present.
:O My stomach just rumbled at the very thought.
 

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