top of page

Our mission is to empower kids through dance to express themselves with confidence. Energy Dance Company provides dancers with a unique opportunity to learn, grow and compete as a team.


As a member of Energy Dance Company your dancer will be challenged to grow as a technical performer and artist. Lonestar is committed to providing excellent, pre-professional opportunities for dancers to grow in the following ways:

Advanced Technical Training: Company members will be exposed to all styles of dance through weekly classes, master classes, and conventions.  Dancers will learn the correct technique to carry them through a safe and successful dance career.

Performance Opportunities: Company members are given numerous opportunities to perform at competitions, recitals, and community events. These opportunities build confidence and motivate dancers to achieve their goals.

Strong Work Ethic: Company members are expected to demonstrate high levels of responsibility and discipline. Memory skills and audition techniques help prepare the dancer for success in school and other social activities. 

Energy Dance Company is made up of the following teams, and trains year round from the start of summer classes until Lonestar’s Recital. During the summer dancers will spend the majority of time training in all styles of dance. Dancers will learn choreography in the Fall, and begin competitions in the Spring. Please find a full list of expectations for each team on the following pages. 


Tiny Company: Average Age 6-9 

Mini Company: Average Age 8-10

Intermediate Company: Average Age 9-11

Energy Dance Company: Ages 10+ with previous company experience

In general dancers are expected to train year round in multiple styles, attend competitions and conventions locally and across Texas, represent Lonestar Dance Center at community performances and learn about the following team values: respect, responsibility, loyalty, teamwork, integrity, perseverance and love!

For additional information please email us at

Screen Shot 2019-05-01 at 4.57.49 PM.png
bottom of page