#198: How to Make Great Impressions in Dance, Life and Business [Podcast]

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Session Summary: First impressions can be lasting impressions. LA Dance Project and Mythili Prakash made lasting great impressions with their performances, and provided valuable reference points in their work that apply to dance, life and business.If you’ve listened to prior episodes when I review dance events, I take note of my first point of contact, from…

#197: 5 Essential Elements to Empower as an Artist [Podcast]

Session Summary:  28 EXPLOSIVE DANCE FILMS, THEATER & ROOFTOP SCREENINGS, Q&A, HOLLYWOOD, GLOBAL BEATS by GINGEE, COCKTAILS, UMAMI BURGER, AWARDS, MIXER–If you saw this description for an event, you’d want to attend, right? I enjoyed my time at The Divulge Dancers Film Festival in November 2018 which inspired 5 essential elements to empower as an…

#196: How to Be Memorable and Stand Out [Podcast]

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I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel. -Maya Angelou- Session Summary:  Stimulating, Fascinating, Pure Innovation. These are a few words that I would use to describe the incredible dance performance company that is Pilobolus. Their recent production called Come To…

#195: 5 Things to Learn from Other’s Mistakes [Podcast]

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Mistakes are portals of discovery. -James Joyce We all make mistakes. We all can learn from our own mistakes and the mistakes of others. In this session of The DancePreneuring Studio, I talk about the mixed emotions that came up as I attended East Meets West International Dance Festival at UC Irvine, my alma mater. Session…

#194: How to Make a Powerful Impact in Dance, Life and Business [Podcast]

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Alonzo King LINES Ballet embraces a spirit of inquiry and openness to change combined with a reverence for legacy and history. -Core Ideology of LINES Ballet- Session Summary: Feature Presentation: There are many ways to make a powerful impact in dance, life and business. Alonzo King LINES Ballet made a powerful impact with an exquisite balance…

#193: 7 Reminders from Dance That Will Empower You [Podcast]

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Heidi Duckler Dance Theatre knows how to take an ordinary site, such as a loading dock, and transform it into something extraordinary inspiring an array of emotions and lessons that empower dance, life and business.   Session Summary: Step to Success: A step to your success is anything that moves your life and your business…

#192: 5 Simple Solutions for Successful Creative Collaborations [Podcast]

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Trust and risk, two things that can only propel us forward. -Nancy Evans Doede, Artistic Director of Nancy Evans Dance Theatre Session Summary: Let’s get together. A statement that is used a lot. Usually with good intentions. But we all get so involved with the day to day that these plans might not happen. The…

#191: The Body-Where Technology and Humanity Meet [Podcast]

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Autobiography melds the worlds of science and art by incorporating something as universal as our own DNA into the foundation of the piece to engage audiences in new and different ways. -Michael Solomon, Vice-President of Presentations and Education at The Music Center Session Summary: Freestyle Flow: My magical morning elixir consists of movement, coffee and cold…

#190: It’s Never Too Late to Be Great [Podcast]

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Age is just a number. State of mind, not date of birth. And, it’s never too late to be great. I resonate so much with these words. I was so delighted to have a conversation with a remarkable woman by the name of Marjorie Goodson who is yet another awesome testimonial for these impactful statements. A…

#189: The Impact of African American Culture in Dance History [Podcast]

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The truest expression of a people is in its dance and in its music. Bodies never lie.  ~Agnes de Mille There are times when the simple dignity of movement can fulfill the function of a volume of words. ~Doris Humphrey Backslide, Apple Jack, Lockin, Electric Boogaloo, Urban Cha cha, and hip hop–what do you picture when…

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