“My thanks to ASN for embracing the Dancesport industry,” says Michael Chapman. “I am honored to be involved in this production, which has captured the competitive spirit of our beloved sport and brought it to life through the stories of our dancers. I know you will enjoy the episodes airing over the next three weeks. Share them with all your friends and family: it’s truly great entertainment!”
This week’s episode features the Open Professional International Latin and Open Professional American Smooth events, plus two of the cabaret finalists, highlights from the Show of Shows and great stories about some of our dancers.
For network times and dates in your area, please check here: http://americansportsnet.com/where-to-watch-dance-league-on-asns-debut-saturday/. Stations are being added all the time, so please check back periodically for updates.
If the show is not airing on a TV station in your area, you can watch it streaming on ASN’s website on Saturday at 8pm and 10pm Eastern Time here: http://www.americansportsnet.com .
On August 1st, tune in to see the Open Professional American Rhythm and Open Professional International Ballroom categories, more cabaret finalists, a special pro am demonstration, more highlights from the Show of Shows and fascinating dancer interviews.
August 8 features the Open Amateur Latin and Standard categories, highlights from the A, B, & C Pro Am Scholarships in all four styles, a special pro am demonstration, the final two cabaret numbers, documentaries and more highlights from the incredible Show of Shows.
Don’t miss this incredible display of Dancesport elegance, energy and athleticism!
The Pan American Games are the third largest sporting event in the world, and this year, American DanceWheels is honored to be a part of it! Special thanks to the US Consulate Toronto, Fordney Foundation, Cobbs Creek Healthcare, Arthur Murray Manhattan Fifth Avenue, Ballroom Dress Rental, and South Amboy Branch YMCA for their support!
Participating in this event will be five ADF couples from across the country. The partnerships are comprised of standing dancers with dancers who use wheelchairs. They will perform live during the Pan American Games as well as during the event’s Closing Ceremonies. On July 26, the Closing Ceremonies will be televised nationally and internationally. The Closing Ceremonies will be televised on Turner Broadcasting System (TBS).
Thought Of The Week:
We can only be said to be alive in those moments when our hearts are conscious of our treasures – Thornton Wilder