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Jazz, Broadway, and Musical Theater Styles

Jazz is featured in nearly all performance episodes. While these routines are typically labelled simply "Jazz", the genre is notable as being one of the most fusional featured on the show and various style combinations and sub-categories have been referenced.

Genre Styles
Jazz Styles
Jazz,, Modern Jazz, Lyrical Jazz, Afro Jazz, Pop-Jazz/Pop
Broadway
Broadway
Choreographers
Jacek Wazelin, Piotr Jagielski, Paweł Michno, Katarzyna Kizior, Elżbieta Pańtak, Eva Nitsch, Maria Foryś, Natalia Madejczyk, Katarzyna Kizior, Jonathan Huor, Izabela Orzełowska, Geneviève Dorion-Coupal, Stefanie Bland, Karolina Kroczak, Matthew Tseng, Mariusz Olszewkski, Luciano di Natale

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