Dancers, consider enrolling in a musical theatre program! There are many benefits that will help you take your dancing to the next level.
Jazz Dance Legend: Bob Fosse
Legendary choreographer, Bob Fosse was a man who worked hard, danced hard, lived hard and who’s signature dance style and choreography made an impact in film, music videos, and on Broadway that can be seen even today.
Leaps in the Dark: Agnes de Mille and the Road to Oklahoma
Oklahoma! changed the role dance played in Broadway musicals. Choreographer, Agnes de Mille’s road to Oklahoma! was many unconventional years in the making. Afterward, she felt conflicted about her success but with advice from Martha Graham, de Mille took leap after leap in the dark.
Summer Intensives for the Non-Ballerina
In a summer intensive world largely dominated by pointe work and pas de deux, it can be difficult for a dancer to find a program focused on a style other than ballet. So what are all of us jazz, tap, modern, hip hop and other dance lovers supposed to do? Find the answer here.
Dance Auditions for Non-Dancers
No dance experience? No problem. In the performing arts, dancing isn’t always just for the trained dancers. Here are some tips for inexperienced movers preparing for that dreaded dance audition or dancing-required production.
Choreographing For Musical Theatre – Making Moves
Need hints and ideas for creating musical theater choreography? You’ve already got a toolbox of composition tools, now learn how to use and adapt these for choreographing in a way that supports your production’s characters and story.