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Dance: Movement for Actors – Part 2

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Movement for Actors – Part 1

Why Should Actors Take a Dance or Movement Class? Actors are notoriously “in their head,” whether it be analyzing scripts or mentally getting into the mind and body of their characters. What is the best way to get back into your body and feel the immediacy of the action while still developing skills that improve Read the Rest…

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Dance: Advice from Industry Professionals Part 2

WORDS OF WISDOM Have you ever wondered: What do other Dancers wish they would have known when they first started? What did that successful working Dancer learn along the way that helped boost their career? What does my Agent need most from me to help them get me the jobs I really want? What was Read the Rest…

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Advice and Tips from Professionals for a Dance Career – Part 1

Joe Tremaine of Tremaine Dance Conventions interviews dance agents, choreographers and dancers of all ages who contribute to give you tips on pursuing your professional dance career. Advice from Keri LaGrand, Lindsay Webb, Jerry Evans, Shelli Margheritis, Tim O’Brien and Zach Woodlee.

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Dance Training: Agents and Performers Working Together

Agents and Clients Working Together By Joe Tremaine Two Dance agents, a dance choreographer and dancer discuss the agent performer relationship. Great insight and tips in dance training from agents Shelli Margheritis and Tim O’Brien, choreographer Zach Woodlee, and dancer Tony Bellissimo.

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Julie McDonald Choreographer agent Interview, Pt 2

Dance and Audition Training: Tips from Julie McDonald, Choreographer Agent – Part 2

Julie McDonald is the pioneer of Dance Agents! She began as a professional dancer and eventually owned a professional dance studio in Los Angeles. After a debilitating injury, Julie was looking for a different career path. Through research and hard work she dedicated herself to dance and decided to become an agent for dancers because Read the Rest…

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Dance and Audition Training: Tips from Julie McDonald, Choreographer Agent – Part 1

“There is no real school for Choreographers. The art of Choreography is passed down from generation to generation.” – Julie McDonald

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