Alyssa provides tips, tricks and advice to guide you when packing for a tour, dance study or travel abroad.
Touring dancers must be smart about their money. Take it from a dancer who has been on the road and be prepared. Know how you’re getting paid and where the money is going so that you can have some fun along the way.
Eva Maze never quite fulfilled her childhood dream of becoming a ballerina but, as a successful organizer of theatrical productions, she’s spent a lifetime traveling the world for the love of dance. Learn more about her story and memoir.
The O-1 Artist Visa changes the game for many artists looking to dance in the U.S. but the process doesn’t have to be stressful if you treat dance like it is your business.
“I once took six months off from ballet when I was 14. My school commitments were growing and it was becoming seriously difficult to juggle everything. It reaffirmed for me, however, that ballet was my one love and out of everything what I should have been doing.”
Auditions are coming up for the school at Jacob’s Pillow, home to America’s oldest dance festival. Scheduled auditions are listed here. Find out more about the school and its programs here. This program for professional advancement is for advanced students. You must be 15 (on arrival day) for the ballet program, 16 for contemporary, cultural, […]