Dance

The Upside to Training at Home

Dance Magazine delivers a silver lining of some of the upsides to training while quarantined at home. Although this article focuses on dance training, these positives can be applied to training across the industry. With school starting up in a matter of weeks, with the majority of classes being held virtually, try to remember these 5 positive aspects of learning from home, which can help make you a stronger performer: Less reliance on mirrors No one to follow if you don’t know the steps More time to slow down and correct technique issues The option to dance outside The ability to experiment with different teachers View Article

SAVE THE DATE! 2020-2021 Season Auditions & Conventions (Updated 07.23)

2020 Events June June 22: SETC Fall 2020 Audition Application Opens July July 23-August 2: AATE Online Conference – 2020 Vision August August 30-31: 2020 SETC Fall Auditions – In-Person or Online! August 31-Sept 2: Rocky Mountain Theatre Convention September September 12-18: National Arts in Education Week October October, TBA: AES New York Convention October 1-2: National Conference on Outdoor Theatre – Virtual Event October 1-4: EDTA National Conference November  November 5-8:  7th Annual LiNK from USITT & SETC – Registration opens August 2020, date TBA To Be Announced Greater Philadelphia Annual Auditions – The 2020 auditions have been postponed to a later date, to be announced. Check back for updates! NJ Theatre Alliance – Due to the COVID-19 Pan...

Ask the Dance Docs – Dancing in a Mask

“Ask the Dance Docs” is a podcast segment with Dr. Kat Bower PT and Dr. Kathleen L. Davenport MD who answer questions regarding injuries, training, recovery, and more! Their most recent episode aired on July 16, 2020, and they cover a spectrum of topics related to mask-wearing: Why we wear a mask Types of masks to use Exercising in a masks Adapting to a mask Dancing in a mask Breathing exercises for mask-wearing Give this podcast episode a listen HERE

COVID-19 Freelance Artist Resources

For more information on the following, please visit: https://covid19freelanceartistresource.wordpress.com/ This list is specifically designed to serve freelance artists, and those interested in supporting the independent artist community. This includes, but is not limited to, actors, designers, producers, technicians, stage managers, musicians, composers, choreographers, visual artists, filmmakers, craft artists, teaching artists, dancers, writers & playwrights, photographers, etc. What this list IS: an aggregated list of FREE resources, opportunities, and financial relief options available to artists of all disciplines. What this list IS NOT: a place to promote individual artist practices (we love you, but we’re not equipped for that); a place to promote fee for service work; or a pla...

New Online Auditions for Universal Studios Signapore

About the Auditions Universal Studios Singapore is looking for talented performers to join our team for a range of new and exciting in-park opportunities! Successful applicants should expect to work indoors/outdoors and be part of our world class entertainment program for daily operations and seasonal events. If you have a passion for bringing famous characters to life, then this is the job for you! Universal Studios Singapore will be moving our audition process to the online platform. This will allow applicants from all around the world to be considered to join our exceptional team! Documentation Submission of headshot and resume / CV are only accepted in .pdf format only. Relocation All participants must be willing to relocate to Singapore for up to 12 months. Contract lengths may vary d...

2020 Summer Dance Training Opportunities

View Dance Magazine‘s Summer Study Guide of 40+ Summertime dance training options for 2020, listed by state for the US and with a list of international options by country. For more information regarding dates, prices,  and registration you can view the guide here: Summer Study Guide

Notable Dance Books of 2019

Searching for a last-minute holiday gift? Or perhaps you are looking for some dance-inspiration for the New Year? Wendy Perron surveys a number of dance books, perfect for dancers of all mediums. These books cover choreographers, notable dancers, dances from different cultures, and more! Check them out here: VIEW ARTICLE via www.wendyperron.com

Ohio Theatre Alliance: Actor/Singer/Dancer Registration Now Open!

All Auditions will take place on Saturday, January 11, 2020 at Muskingum University in New Concord, Ohio. If you’re in college, looking for summer stock work, you’re SUMMER-ONLY. If you’re graduating from college, or looking for full-time work, you’re YEAR-ROUND. You must be at least 18 years old to audition. PERFORMER REGISTRATION FORM & RESUMES Audition slots will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. The “Acting Form” is for performers of all types: actors, singers, and dancers. OTA Acting Form 2020 This year’s audition forms are fillable pdfs and MUST BE OPENED IN ADOBE READER TO BE FILLED OUT. If you have trouble filling out this fillable pdf, please email us and ask for a copy in Word. Your one-page Acting resume must be attached to your application email in Word or pdf ...

How These 6 Pros Get Through “Nut” Without Cracking

The Nutcracker. A time-honored holiday tradition in which thousands of dancers, young and old, partake in each year. Whether it’s your fifth year or fifteenth year performing in this famous ballet, these 6 pros dish out their best tips on how to survive “Nutcracker Season”.  Beat the burn out and learn how to stay inspired, healthy, and to keep the magic flowing! VIEW ARTICLE via www.dancemagazine.com  

StrawHat Registration – NOW OPEN!

STRAWHAT 2020 MARCH 14, 15, & 16     REGISTER HERE REGISTRATION DEADLINE: January 15, 2020 at Noon How it Works for the Performer One Audition, multiple job opportunities – All in one day. StrawHat Auditions are open to non-Equity performers age 18 and older: singers, dancers, and actors. Opportunities are available in summer theatres, production and entertainment companies, cruise ships, theme parks, and special events. Fees: Registration/annual subscription: $47 (non-refundable)        Audition: $63 (upon email notification of selection) Registration: Complete the online form and submit your non-refundable annual registration fee (also known as your subscription), then mail your hard-copy application and supporting materials (see INSTRUCTIONS). Apply for a Song & Monologue, Monol...

Financial Flaws: Are you guilty of these common mistakes?

Although this article is directed towards dancers, these 8 money mistakes could be applied to all artists in the entertainment industry. Are you guilty of any of these financial flaws? Learn what they are, advice to control your finances, and the freedom and security grow in your artistry. READ ARTICLE via www.dancemagazine.com  

SETC 2020 Registration – NOW OPEN!

2020 Spring Professional Auditions: Feb. 27-29, 2020  |  Louisville, KY  |  71st Annual SETC Convention Applications Open: Oct. 15 2019 @ Noon ET Early-Bird Deadline: Dec. 13 2019 @ Noon ET Final Deadline: Jan. 15 2020 @ Noon ET REGISTRATION INFORMATION  Actors, singers, and dancers must register for the SETC Convention and apply and be approved for an audition spot. Download the correct guideline packet for you, and call the SETC Central Office at 336-272-3645 to speak with April if you need any help Non-Equity Actors/Singers Equity Actors/Singers Dancer-Only   

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