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Expressions of a Las Vegas Dancer

April 21st, 2017 | Posted by sysadmin

It began with an audition in Los Angeles at Roland Dupree Studios. I was recommended by my jazz teacher, who knew the choreographer for a Barry Ashton show. So I guess I had somewhat of an advantage, which is not usually the norm. We rehearsed in Los Angeles, and then my parents took me to… Read more »

My Circus Days

December 29th, 2016 | Posted by sysadmin

I guess you could say I ran away and joined the Circus. We traveled around the U.S. and Canada on the Ringling Brothers Circus train. The showgirls, the clowns, animals, and staff had different kinds of accommodations. Ours was a room 6’x 4′. We could paint it and decorate as we chose, and the bed… Read more »

Dancing Dreams – How they came true

May 24th, 2016 | Posted by sysadmin

When I was a child, mostly I would get up and dance around the house. Did I know what I was doing? Not at first. At age 6, my mom enrolled me in a Ballet class, and that was the beginning of my training towards becoming a professional dancer.  The joy of moving was always… Read more »


July 5th, 2015 | Posted by sysadmin

The first attribute would be experience. These following questions can be valuable to find the answer to.     1.  What background and experience does the teacher have in their own life of dancing?     2.  How much do they know about the styles you want to learn?     3.  How long have they been teaching?… Read more »