As a teacher and a dancer, I like to think I’ve always brought to my work an awareness and sensitivity of the challenges boys and men face in the dance world. The moment I became a mom to a young son, however, I became more keenly aware of the many “rules” that surround both boyhood and the parenting of boys, especially when it comes to dance. This and more are explored in the recently completed video series by DanceLifeTV called Male Voices which puts a spotlight on some of the young male dancers at the Rhee Gold school.
If you are an older adult and find these videos inspiring, let me assure you that it’s never too late to get moving… literally. However there are some things you may want to take into consideration before diving into dance.
DanceLifeTV will be airing it’s second episode on April 17. For those that don’t know this is a new online project developed by Rhee Gold that features segments created with the dance teacher in mind.
UPDATE!!! I was able to watch now that they have it up on dancelifetv.com. Here are a few of my thoughts. I encourage you to add your own in the comments below this post.
Dance teachers, look forward to another new online resource coming to a desktop near you this March. Rhee Gold, a dance industry seminar leader, motivational speaker, and publisher of Dance Studio Life Magazine (formerly Goldrush), has announced the creation of DanceLifeTV. This online television network has yet to include content but plans on airing its […]