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    • Dance And Stuff The Podcast Best friends from high school and mavens of the dance and performance world, Reid Bartelme and Jack Ferver host this award winning podcast with fascinating guests. Topics include dance and stuff. Click play_circle_filled to listen to an episodecancel

      Episode 256: With Tony Nominations and Dance News - Dance And Stuff

      We really do DANCE this week!!! We discuss musicals, Russell Janzen's latest article for The New York Times, the announcement of a new director of ABT, and other stories from the world of dance and stuff.   ◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠ ➩ WEBSITE ◦ YOUTUBE ◦ INSTAGRAM  ➩ SUPPORT W/$.99 ◦ PATREON ◦ THE MERCH ➩ REID ◦ JEREMY ◦ JACK ◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠ ➩ [email protected] ◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠
      1. Episode 256: With Tony Nominations and Dance News
      2. Episode 255: From Europe to Europe and stuff
    • The Dance Podcast Inspired by big dreams, big letdowns and authentic conversations. The Dance Podcast is a series of interviews designed to inspire, share and connect dancers and educators. Click play_circle_filled to listen to an episodecancel

      #160 Lauren Ritchie. Season 5 Finale. Words from the heart. - The Dance Podcast

      It has been another incredible season! In this episode, Lauren shares the words she needs to hear, a takeaway from 2020, and true facts about rest, recovery, high performance and pivots.    Lauren Ritchie Mental Performance and Mindset Educator, MEd, BA, ESFCC.   As a human, you can train three things: your mind, your body, and your craft. Lauren Ritchie has been studying, researching, and educating dancers and teachers on the physical, emotional and mental intricacies of dance. Recognizing the lack of mental skills training in dance, Lauren has created programs and exercises dedicated to educating and empowering both dancers’ and educators’ mental health and mindset to optimize physical and artistic training. From her MEd in Coaching Studies to a BA in Professional Communications, to multiple Yoga certifications and an accredited Art & Science of Coaching Certification, Lauren has a unique blend of education and resources that offer a holistic training approach for dancers.   An established educator, facilitator and speaker, Lauren has delivered workshops to prestigious schools and programs like Harbour Dance Centre, the Alberta Ballet School, the Dancer Transition Resource Centre, Capilano University and The Bridge Program with The Protege Movement. She is the co-founder of the Dance Teacher reTREAT, the creator of Mental Skills Training Teacher Training program and has been a keynote speaker for the Women In Sport Speaker Series, Dance Studio Owners Association, House of Jazz (London), and the Dance Teacher Expo.   Lauren has firsthand knowledge of the attributes required to achieve and sustain peak performance. She was a highly competitive and decorated dancer having classically trained in ballet, jazz, tap and lyrical. After completing her A.R.A.D, Lauren knew she “wanted to dance” but had little guidance and awareness of the true process of transitioning into a professional dance career. This is why Lauren has created and hosts The Dance Podcast; an invaluable resource dedicated to inspire and educate dancers, teachers, and parents through candid conversations with industry professionals.    Lauren’s engaging and encouraging teaching style has inspired dance teachers and students across the country to be their best – mind, body, and craft.
      1. #160 Lauren Ritchie. Season 5 Finale. Words from the heart.
      2. #159 Julie McDonald. Los Angeles Talent Agent. McDonald/Selznick Associates
    • Movers & Shapers A Dance Podcast The personal stories, experiences, and ideas from those who shape the dance field. Click play_circle_filled to listen to an episodecancel
      Today's guest is Shamel Pitts. Shamel is a dancer, choreographer, teacher, as well as performance, conceptual, and spoken word artist. Since 2019, he is the artistic director/founder of TRIBE, a New York-based multidisciplinary arts collective which was a 2020-21 Artist-In-Residence at 92Y Harkness Dance Center. Born in Brooklyn, New York, he started his professional dance career with Mikhail Baryshnikov’s Hell’s Kitchen Dance and BJM_Danse Montreal. Between 2009-2016, he was a company member of the Batsheva Dance Company, led by Ohad Naharin where he studied Gaga movement language, of which he is now a certified teacher. Since 2015, Shamel has created a triptych of award-winning multidisciplinary works known as “BLACK Series,” which has been performed and toured extensively to many festivals around the world. He is the recipient of a 2018 Princess Grace Award in Choreography, a 2019 NYSCA/NYFA Artist Fellowship Award winner in Choreography, and a 2020 Jacob’s Pillow artist in residence, a 2020 Guggenheim Fellow, and the cast member of the 2021 Bessie Award-winning production of “The Motherboard Suite” at New York Live Arts.  For more on Shamel and this episode: Movers & Shapers: A Dance Podcast
      1. MSP 134: Shamel Pitts
      2. MSP 133: Cara Hagan
    • UnSequenced A Podcast About the Choreographic Process DIYdancer presents UnSequenced, a podcast in which we get inside a choreographer's head and discover the stories and emotions behind a particular work. Click play_circle_filled to listen to an episodecancel

      Colleen Thomas - UnSequenced

      Choreographer Colleen Thomas’s work “Light and Desire” draws on themes of family history, social politics and her own experiences. She also calls it “an act of resistance,” pushing back against oppressive forces. It debuted at New York Live Arts in September 2021. Contributor Trina Mannino spoke with Thomas about the piece.UnSequenced is a podcast in which we discover the stories and emotions behind the movement. Each episode dives deep into the creative process with a choreographer, documenting what compels them as an artist, what drives their artistic decisions for a particular work, and what unexpected things come up along the way.
      1. Colleen Thomas
      2. Standby for Season 04
    • Dance Boss Podcast Each week I will give you strategies, tools, and motivation to bring your dreams to life, make an impact, and earn additional revenue for you and your families, by building a successful online business. Click play_circle_filled to listen to an episodecancel

      The Secret to Leaving Your Dance Teaching Grind and Working for Yourself - Dance Boss Podcast

      So you have decided that you wanna work for yourself. You want: more flexibility  more rest  and more exploration in your life. And if you’re anything like me you have realized that you want an online dance business. But what you may also be realizing is that it’s not working and you are not reaching your financial goals. So leaving your dance teaching grind feels so far away. I get it. I was there. But I found a way to leave my dance teaching grind and now work for myself! In episode #188 of the Dance Boss Podcast, I dive into: Why it’s not working.  Why you are not making the revenue you need to leave your dance teaching grind. The shifts you can make right now to increase your revenue and get closer to your goal of leaving your dance teaching grind. How to measure if the shifts are working for you. After you listen, tag me on Instagram at @erinpride and let me know what step you plan to take to get you closer to leaving your dance teaching grind behind.   Click here for show notes  https://bit.ly/DBPShowNotes    Did you see Apolla Performance get a deal on Shark Tank? It was so exciting to see our dance community represented and spotlighted on National TV. Check out their shocks now! www.apollaperformance.com IG/FB @Apollaperfomance https://www.instagram.com/apollaperformance/   Are you a dance professional that currently offers your services 1:1, through workshops or consulting? Do you desire to gain time and freedom, create scalability, and hit 4-figure months? Inside of DancePreneur Academy, I teach you how to do this by turning your 1:1, consulting/workshops into a curriculum-driven group program. Wanna learn more? Schedule a call and let's chat.  https://erinpompa.as.me/EnrollmentCall
      1. The Secret to Leaving Your Dance Teaching Grind and Working for Yourself
      2. Defining Success and Artistry for Yourself with Annett Bone
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