Pole Theatre consists of 4 categories.
Applicants may select more than one category to enter.
Applicants must select one of the following categories to enter per entry, and pay an entry fee for each entry:
The category of Pole Art is for performances incorporating another dance style (e.g. lyrical,
contemporary, commercial, latin, ballet etc). Contestants will be judged on musicality and
flow. Contestants are expected to create a performance that demonstrates an artistic
interpretation of movement and music on the pole.
The category of Pole Drama is for performances that tell a story. Contestants will be expected
to build a clear storyline in their performance.
The category of Pole Comedy is for performances that incorporate humorous and comedic
elements. Contestants will be judged on how well they entertain and engage the audience.
The category of Pole Classique is for performances that celebrate the beauty and art of
sexy/sensual style pole dance and striptease. Contestants must wear heels for at least part of
their performance (minimum 1 minute). Contestants are required to remove at least one item
of their costume in this category. G-strings, pasties etc are permitted.