FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Q. What are the dates & Location for MPAC 2020?
A. Please see "2020 Information" tab for dates/venues for MPAC 2020.
Q. What date do registrations open?
A. Registrations into MPAC 2020 will be open at the End of April 2020 - pending restrictions set by the Australian Government regarding COVID-19.
Q. What are the categories/genres?
A. Jazz, Neo Classical/Lyrical, Classical Ballet, Character, Contemporary, Tap, Theatrical (Song & Dance/Song & Tap) and Hip Hop. Vocal sections will be added for 2020 eisteddfod - more information will be provided very soon.
Q. What are the time limits per category?
A. All Solo sections : 3 minutes,
Theatrical (Song & Dance/Tap) sections : 4 minutes
Jazz/Classical/Contemporary Championships : 3.5 minutes
Tap Championship : 4 minutes
Troupes : 5 minutes
Q. What is the minimum of dancers required in a troupe?
A. 5 troupe members is the required minimum for any troupe entry.
Q. What forms of music do you accept?
A. CDs (please ensure to have multiple backups and please ensure not to record on CD-RW discs - CD-R discs are acceptable).
Ipod/Ipad/Iphone auxiliary cables are provided and an accepted form of music. Laptops can be used for Teachers only.
No USBs will be accepted. These rules are put in place to ensure and promote a smooth and efficiently run eisteddfod.
MPAC Rules & Regulations can be downloaded by clicking the following: