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Rhee Gold's DanceLife
Humans before dancers

Rhee Gold's DanceLife

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 33:32


Today Rhee and Stacey talk about the importance of looking after our students Mental, Social, Emotional and Physical Well-being. Dance lessons can be about so much more than just the steps we teach our students, it's time we as dance teachers shift our focus to include a holistic view of our dancers. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Passion for Dance
40. How to Encourage Mental Toughness in our Dancers with Chelsie Hightower

Passion for Dance

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 50:13


Recently I had the chance to sit down with Bri from Apolla Performance and professional dancer Chelsie Hightower, who you might recognize from So You Think You Can Dance and Dancing with the Stars. Chelsie and I found each other when a mutual friend connected us because she knew I would resonate with the mission behind Chelsie's clothing line. Inside Out works to produce dancewear that encourages the next generation to know their worth. That mission for understanding your personal value and worth struck home for me, so I immediately wanted to connect and work with Chelsie. That brought us both to Apolla's Beyond the Steps show where Chelsie, Bri and I worked together to try and answer the question, “how do we encourage mental toughness in our dancers while still validating their feelings and emotions? It was such a good conversation I wanted to share it with you here so this is my conversation with Bri and Chelsie about encouraging mental toughness in our dancers. _____________ Mentioned in today's show: Dance Inside Out  Dance Elevated Apolla Performance __________ Did you enjoy today's episode? Please leave a rating and review on Apple podcasts! Be sure to snap a screenshot and tag me on instagram @dr.chelsea.pierotti as you're listening to the episode.  Check out the full Show Notes, including episode highlights, key takeaways, exclusive resources, and more: https://chelseapierotti.com/40

Artists Becoming
Guest Artist Round Up | Inside Out: Small Chats, Big Topics

Artists Becoming

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 42:50


t's a #wrap on Season 1 y'all and we're staying calm**freaking OUT Join us as we re-cap 20 mind-blowing, heart-expanding conversations with Artists, Becoming across stages, studios, rinks, fields & screens… The @ArtistsBecoming Podcast has gathered Ballerinas, Broadway Stars, Olympians, Dancers, Artistic Directors & more...connecting vulnerably with Creatives who share lessons learned and reveal hidden truths behind the Performing Arts' most potent “ingredients”. Season 1 has been a whirlwind of wisdom—Yours for the listening, learning & returningStay tuned for Season & a handful of SCBT's coming your way… enJOY.A special thanks to our dream roster of generous Guests:@theharperwatters@meryledavis@devon.teusch@dylan.moscovitch@madisonkeesler@karineplantadit@mfairchild@garenscribner@4pointe@conholl@kathryn_morgan@sabrinamiko@josephwalshsf@georgina_pazcoguin@damngoodyoga@jscribs@gracedplace@chloe.angyal.writes@lloydknight@kbreencombes@wendyw

Aaron Scene's After Party
New Coochie Smell feat. @scfi.a & @nahtalya

Aaron Scene's After Party

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 59:45


Thank you for 26k streams! On this episode we feature these two up & coming Cinci queens! We talk it up about some wild times on Cinci Street, Dark Horse Days and Sofie lets us in on her little secret. Plus Nahtalya tells about her special talents and her ex boyfriends. We also got Louie of MadHouse and @ badgirlindsey on the show to chime in. Stream the entire video on my Onlyfans and follow me on social @ AaronScene!

Women of HERstory: A podcast
Interview: Linda Kuo- Director and Co-Founder of Dancers Unlimited

Women of HERstory: A podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 87:59


Linda Kuo is the Director and Co-Founder of Dancers Unlimited, a dance company based in Honolulu and NYC. In this interview, she shares with us why it's important to have the difficult conversations, how and why she uses dance as her form of activism, and so much more. Linda wants to bring the world together through dance, and she's well on her way! www.DUNYC-HI.com IG: @dunyc.hi FB: /dunyc.hi Youtube: /dunyc.hi ofherstory.com IG: @womenofherstorypodcast Twitter: @theherstorypod TikTok: @womenofherstory Facebook: Women of HERstory

Friend Request
080 - Eva Trapp

Friend Request

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 61:45


Eva Trapp is a retired dancer, massage therapist, yoga practitioner, and so much more. She discusses growing up and moving around from town to town, the struggles she had with making new friends and the consistency she found in dance. Eva also talks about her work with Twyla Tharp and how getting pregnant ended her career on stage. She then discusses what's coming in the future and how your next trip to Pittsburgh could include a visit to her new business! This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp and right now you can start your own secure online therapy session and save 10% off your first month by visiting http://www.BetterHelp.com/FriendRequest @sneha_collective @friendrequestpod JustinsFriendRequest@gmail.com

Herstory
Dancers

Herstory

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 48:10


And a 5 - 6 -7 - 8... We covered ladies who express themselves through motion. Shelby discusses burlesque artiste Blaze Starr. Amy educates us on English salsa dancer, Paddy Jones. Intro Song: What I Do by Kristy Krüger © ℗Just Like Freddy Music ASCAP Instagram: herstorythepodcast

Erica 說說話。
Ep 65 吉賽爾的回憶

Erica 說說話。

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2021 12:04


很需要鼓勵的寶寶在這裡!

The Annie Frey Show Podcast
AFS: Incident with a pole dancers pet monkey

The Annie Frey Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 39:25


Hour 3: Rob Kramer joins Annie and the gang for the latest installment of the Digital Get Down. Then Annie Are You Okay with... expired Twinkies? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Aaron Scene's After Party
Chuck The Weather Brother feat. @chuckdebroder

Aaron Scene's After Party

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 55:55


Thank you for over 25k streams! For episode 65 we feature the man the myth, the legend, Chuck Daddy Debroder. We get to know him and how we came to be the the weather icon he is today. He also lets us in on some hypnosis tips and tricks and even hypnotizes our girl Naomi. Plus he tells us some throwback news room horny stories and the time he ran into the great Michael Irvin here in El Paso. Make sure to stream & subscribe and catch the full video on my Onlyfans! Follow me on social media @ AaronScene. Onlyfans.com/aaronscene

Shedunnit
Margery Allingham Waits For The Invasion

Shedunnit

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 28:50


For Albert Campion's creator, the war was her salvation. This is the third episode of Queens of Crime at War, a six part series looking at what the best writers from the golden age of detective fiction did once that period came to an end with the start of the Second World War. The Shedunnit Pledge Drive continues. I'm aiming to add 100 new members to the Shedunnit Book Club by the end of 2021. You can get some great perks, like bonus episodes and extra audiobooks — if you'd like to be part of that and feel able to offer some support, please visit shedunnitshow.com/pledgedrive. There are no spoilers in this episode. Books referenced: — Dancers in Mourning by Margery Allingham — Busman's Honeymoon by Dorothy L. Sayers — The Fashion in Shrouds by Margery Allingham — Traitor's Purse by Margery Allingham — Coroner's Pidgin by Margery Allingham — The Oaken Heart by Margery Allingham — The Adventures of Margery Allingham by Julia Jones (aka Julia Thorogood) — Ink in Her Blood: The Life and Crime Fiction of Margery Allingham by Richard Martin — Mr Campion's Career by B. A. Pike Thanks to today's sponsors: — Girlfriend Collective. Get $25 off your $100+ purchase of sustainable, ethically made activewear at girlfriend.com/shedunnit. — Gods & Lies, an audio series by Realm. Listen now on your podcast app of choice and find out more at realm.fm. To be the first to know about future developments with the podcast, sign up for the newsletter at shedunnitshow.com/newsletter. Find a full transcript of this episode at shedunnitshow.com/margeryallinghamwaitsfortheinvasiontranscript. The podcast is on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram as @ShedunnitShow, and you can find it in all major podcast apps. Make sure you're subscribed so you don't miss the next episode. Click here to do that now in your app of choice. The original music for this series, "The Case Of The Black Stormcloud", was created by Martin Zaltz Austwick. Find out more about his work at martinzaltzaustwick.wordpress.com. Links to Blackwell's are affiliate links, meaning that the podcast receives a small commission when you purchase a book there (the price remains the same for you). Blackwell's is a UK independent bookselling chain that ships internationally at no extra charge.

Yes But Why Podcast
YBY ep 287 Elena Weinberg and Duncan Coe on being quirky, confident, and creative!

Yes But Why Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 81:44


This week on Yes But Why Podcast, I reconnected with writer/director Elena Weinberg. I also got the opportunity to sit down and chat with Elena's husband and creative partner, writer/actor, Duncan Coe!Elena Weinberg is an actress, writer, director, producer, and production manager. She has made quite a few independent films alongside Duncan Coe with their production company, TurtleDove Films. Elena is known for her work creating the webseries, #ATown and directing the movie, A Room Full of Nothing. A few films she has recently produced, Dancers(2021), Between the Trees (2021), and A Grievance with Gravity (2020), are currently doing the rounds at film festivals all over the country. Duncan Coe is an actor and director, known for The Long Road Home (2017), I'll Come Running (2008) and A Room Full of Nothing (2019). Duncan is the co-owner of TurtleDove Films and a freelance screenwriter and film editor. Duncan is the writer and lead actor in the feature film, A Room Full of Nothing. You can also see him in the music video for Dearly Departed by Shakey Graves. I am a big fan of Elena and Duncan and the beginning of this interview is a bit of fangirling for me. Elena and Duncan as TurtleDove Films made #ATown, a two-season webseries about feminism, friendship and fucking up in Austin, TX. It won Best Webseries in the Austin Chronicle in 2015. During our chat, I reminisced about how that show opened my mind to what a web series could really be. The last time I chatted with Elena was at #AFF26 to promote the movie she directed called “A Room Full of Nothing.” It was nice during this interview to talk to Duncan about it too since he wrote and co-starred in it.In this conversation, we talk about writing and what it means to be a writer. We talk about imposter syndrome and feeling like you're not really a writer even though you do, in fact, write. Elena talks about how she wrote her current feature, Sunset Lanes. Duncan discusses his folder packed with script ideas. Elena and Duncan compare and contrast their writing styles. We chat about the importance of financial stability for artists and how having a day job can really take a lot of stress out of making independent films. We talk about developing confidence, about learning to edit movies, and about the effect the pandemic had on their filmmaking. I had a really great time talking to these two artists, least of all because I admire them both so much. And my big takeaway is that if filmmakers that are prolific and amazingly talented can have doubts about their art, it's okay for the rest of us to have them too. And that, to me, is incredibly comforting. We're all in this together. Support Elena Weinberg and Duncan Coe and TurtleDove Films by checking out their upcoming films being featured at film festivals! You can also support Duncan and Elena by watching A Room Full of Nothing and #ATown. They also make content for Goodr so support that company as well! And if you ever see their names attached to a project, go for it. These two are the real deal and someday I'm going to pretend that we're better friends than we are to look cool at a party. Yes But Why Podcast is a proud member of the HC Universal Network family of podcasts. Visit us at HCUniversalNetwork.com to join in on the fun. #YesButWhy #Podcast #HCUniversalNetworkThis episode of Yes But Why podcast is sponsored by audible - get your FREE audiobook download and your 30 day free trial at http://www.audibletrial.com/YESBUTWHY. Treat Yourself. Get Audible. This episode of Yes But Why is also sponsored by PodcastCadet.com. Go to PodcastCadet.com to connect with us so we can help you with your podcast! Save money by putting in offer code YBY20 to get 20% off the first service or workshop you buy!This episode of Yes But Why is also sponsored by True Hemp Science! True Hemp Science is our Austin-based resource for vegan friendly, whole plant extract CBD oil. Go to TrueHempScience.com to peruse all the therapeutic CBD product options! Use code YesButWhy7 to get 7% off your order of $50 or more and get a free packet of 2 CBD edibles!(production notes: recorded zoom meeting via Rodecaster on 10/13/2021…posted on 11/1/2021)

5.6.7.EIGHT
Episode 126: Action Equals Change — Erin Pride

5.6.7.EIGHT

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 40:51


This week on 5.6.7.EIGHT, Aleksandra interviews Erin Pride, Founder and CEO at Dancepreneur Academy and host of The Dance Boss Podcast. Erin holds a BFA in dance from Montclair State University and a master's in dance education from New York University. Her company helps dance professionals launch and scale online dance businesses. Erin is also the host of the Dance Boss Podcast, where she gives tips and strategies on building online businesses on a weekly basis. Erin spends her days coaching others on the ins and outs of business building; however, Erin would be the first to tell you that knowledge minus action equals nothing. Only those entrepreneurs who are willing to act on their learning will flourish. On the podcast, Erin impresses upon listeners the extreme importance of having coaches and mentors but admits that advice can only go so far. Change is reserved for those who take action.    Moving Quotes: "Just start. If you don't implement, it doesn't matter. We have an expiration date... I don't want to wait for anything because we never know when our time is going to end here on this earth." "Dancers need an entrepreneurial mindset. And if you don't want to pursue dance, I don't want anyone to feel like they can't stay in the dance community. There are tons of opportunities that can also bring you money." "The first step in my process is helping my clients understand the value of focusing on one thing. And the second step is helping them identify those old stories and mindset blocks that make them thing they have to do everything at once." "When it comes to hiring a coach, I truly believe that paying people to support you is important. Money is circular. Once you start giving it out, you'll start receiving it." "When the pandemic hit, I found that there were two types of people. One, the type of person that had to move online. And two, the type of person that was stuck in the house and realized that there was more that they wanted to do with the gifts that they'd been granted." "So many times, we get stuck wondering if we're making the 'right choice.' But I have learned, as I reflect on my journey, that every single choice has been a part of the puzzle to get me here. Whether on a small scale or a big scale... So take some pressure off of your shoulders about making the 'right choice.'" "I was so apprehensive about getting a coach before I got a coach. But once I got a coach, it's something that I'm always going to have in my life. Not only for business strategy, but also for the mindset support."   Bullet Points (w/ timestamps) - Highlighting key topics discussed: 2:57: Erin shares information on her business, which coaches dance professionals on establishing their own online businesses. 9:11: Erin shares an important tip on managing money that she learned from personal experience. 11:57: Erin walks through her process in helping others discover the businesses that they want to build and setting up the framework to build those businesses. 15:07: Pride shares some tips on building a unique brand and standing out on social media. 20:30: Pride shares a couple of inspirational success stories of her own clients. 23:43: Erin, who is also a podcast host, describes her podcast and what she finds most challenging and rewarding. 27:23: Erin encourages listeners to not worry about making the “right choice” and to trust that every decision is just setting you up for your ultimate destination. 30:50: Pride describes a dream that she hopes to eventually accomplish in her life. 34:18: Pride discusses what she believes is the entrepreneur's greatest challenge. 38:20: Erin shares some final advice for anyone looking to achieve a goal.   Bullet List of Resources –  Erin Pride Personal Website Instagram Facebook LinkedIn Dancepreneur Academy Company Website The Dance Boss Podcast Podcast Website

On The Rekord
Episode 39 - Oct. 25th, 2021 - Financial Choices with @Spotlight.CV

On The Rekord

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 82:37


Episode 39 - Oct. 25th, 2021 - Financial Choices with @Spotlight.CV - 2 Brothers from Mt. Vernon, NY Pandemic Covid Fraud  - Pokemon Card Covid-19 Fraud Scheme  - PPP & SBA EIDL (The Database)  - Wu-Tang Collective Album finally Brought off Martin Shkreli Through USA Auction (Correction Price Mark up on AIDS Medication)  - Fleece Johnson  - Haitian Missionary & his Sexual Abuse Backstory  - Haitians Stuck in Limbo during the Migration from Haiti to USA  - Caribbean Countries x Canada x USA  - Song Of The Episode - Rockstar Ham “Worth It”  - Episode 37 - Follow up for Question 2 - How would you describe “FREEDOM” in your own words?  - Financial Independency  - How to actively work on Financial Independency? Using your day to day to obtain that goal.  - Information & Humility to achieve Financial Independency  - Your MIND is your biggest ASSET  - Belief in your IDEA &/or Agreement to be Successful  - Having MSI's and understanding what MSIs' are  - Self-Employment x Owning your BUSINESS  - You don't have to FLOSS to be Financially Independent  - Dancers x Bartenders x IG Models and Financial Advantage  - Using Crypto to make Money  - Turning Off Outside Noise (or Influences)  - Challenges for Entrepreneurship  - The Willpower for Entrepreneurship (Falling in the Love with Practice)  - The Story of Rocky (Sylvester Stallone)  - Never do anything or build anything in the mindset of LAXED  - Do you love or like what your doing?? 

Grahm Radio Podcast
GRP 158 - RubbaBand Shan & Kia Shaw

Grahm Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021


Members of LCD Entertainment, Singers, Dancers, and all around entertainers, this podcast is incredible. We somehow made it through four different full coffee drinks and got DEEP into discussion about the local Tampa scene and other completely unrelated topics, This one is a fun one. Enjoy the show.

Artists Becoming
Chloe Angyal: Turning Pointe & Unpacking the 'Hidden Curriculum'

Artists Becoming

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 51:54


Chloe Angyal is a sociologist, media researcher, journalist and published author. Her most recent work, Turning Pointe: How a New Generation of Dancers is Saving Ballet from Itself (May 2021) presents a passionate & deeply informed exposé on Ballet's present-state, and more importantly, defines calls-to-action for preserving its future. Tune in as we unpack highlights of Chloe's findings… from the dance world's ‘Hidden Curriculum' to its perfectionism epidemic, we unpack predictable mental health consequences of ballet's culture and discuss ways we can show up differently to inspire long-needed change to save an Art we love. Follow Chloe@chloe.angyal.writesTurning Pointe: How a New Generation of Dancers is Saving Ballet from Itselfwhere books are sold!

Richard Skipper Celebrates
Richard Skipper Celebrates Richard Maltby Jr and David Shire (10/23/2021)

Richard Skipper Celebrates

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 65:00


For Video Edition, Please Click and Subscribe Here: https://youtu.be/A8gVGocnIU4 Richard Maltby, Jr. & David Shire (2021 Oscar Hammerstein Award Recipients) have been writing together since 1958, making theirs the longest-running collaboration in musical theater history. They've written the scores for more than a dozen musicals, including Broadway's Baby (Best Musical and Score Tony nominations) and Big (Tony nomination for Best Score.) Two landmark revues played Off-Broadway: 1977's Starting Here, Starting Now (Grammy nomination) and 1989's Closer Than Ever (Outer Critics Circle Award, Best Musical and Score; The York's five-month 2012 revival won the Off-Broadway Alliance Award for Best Revival). Other musicals include The Sap of Life, Love Match, How Do You Do? I Love You!, Take Flight, Sousatzka, and the forthcoming The Country Wife and Dancers at a Waterfall. Their songs have been recorded by artists ranging from Barbra Streisand and Melissa Manchester to Billy Preston and Syreeta. Maltby conceived and directed two Tony-winning Best Musicals: Ain't Misbehavin' (also Tony for Best Director) and Fosse, as well as Ring of Fire. He co wrote the lyrics for both Miss Saigon (Tony nomination for Best Score) and The Pirate Queen and the lyrics for Nick and Nora (Tony Nomination for Best Score). Shire's more than 150 film and television scores include Norma Rae (Oscar for the song “It Goes Like It Goes”), The Taking of Pelham One Two Three, All the President's Men, The Conversation, Zodiac, Return to Oz, Farewell, My Lovely, and Saturday Night Fever (two Grammy nominations.)  www.yorktheatre.org Twitter: @yorktheatrenyc www.facebook.com/yorktheatrecompan

Breaking the Wall Podcast
Go All In and Let the Back-Up Plan Take a Back Seat

Breaking the Wall Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 12:26


Young dancers are bombarded with messages about how a career in dance is risky, short term, and not a viable career choice. This leads to many dancers taking time and energy away from their dream of becoming a pro to focus on a back-up plan. I'm no stranger to the dual degree/ back-up plan journey, but we need to go all in if we want a career in dance to work. In this episode, Brandon talk about why it is so important for dancers to invest full in their career early on. Sometime's we become so fearful of the unknown that we solidify an alternate career path before we allow the career we've been trying to build to take off.  Invest less time in the back-up plan and more time in making your dance goals a reality.Interested in working with Brandon?  SIGN-UP for a FREE Coaching Consultation HEREBrandon helps pre-professional dancers find their voice as they navigate their careers and helps them stay accountable  when pursuing their goals.Through coaching, Brandon helps dancers define whats important for them and redefine what a successful life/career looks like.Learn more here: http://www.brandoncolemandance.com/career-coachingConnect with Brandon!Instagram: @itsBrandonColeman | @BreakingTheWallPodcastWebsite: www.BrandonColemanDance.com/BTWP

This Matters
Breaking the silence: Dancers accuse choreographers of sexual harassment and grooming

This Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 12:00


Guest: Star journalist Morgan Bocknek and Keanu Uchida, professional dancer An exclusive Star investigation has found allegations of widespread sexual harassment and predatory behaviour by Break the Floor (a big part of the dance community of North America) coaches over their younger students. Eight former staff and students allege BTF employees, famous in the dance world, initiated sexual conversations, propositioned them for sex, sent them nude photos, sexually harassed them at work or engaged in sexual relationships with them. Break the Floor CEO Gil Stroming did not respond to specific questions, though told the Star that the dance company did not have “fully thought out policies and procedures regarding this” and, “over the last year and a half we have worked very hard to make BTF a better and safer environment for everyone,” and, “we could have and should have done better.” BTF has undergone training and revised its code of conduct, the company said in a statement. “We are truly heartbroken that anyone has been subject to inappropriate behaviour by any person associated with Break The Floor,” the statement read. “We remain committed to these initiatives and will continue to learn and be better.”

Passion for Dance
37. Why Don't Some Dancers Take Accountability for Their Bad Choices?

Passion for Dance

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 15:55


If you've ever experienced a rehearsal where dancers aren't giving full effort, there's eye-rolling or disrespect, it's incredibly frustrating and it could be a sign the dancers lack accountability. Accountability is when you do what you say you're going to do to the best of your ability.  Accountability doesn't mean perfect or without mistakes, but if you promised you'd do something, you do it.  And it's more than being accountable to the coach or teacher in the room.  We don't want a group of dancers who only do what they're told when someone is watching. We want them to do the right thing even if no one sees them. We want a group of dancers where everyone is accountable for themselves AND accountable to each other.  __________ Did you enjoy today's episode? Please leave a rating and review on Apple podcasts! Be sure to snap a screenshot and tag me on instagram @dr.chelsea.pierotti as you're listening to the episode.  Check out the full Show Notes, including episode highlights, key takeaways, exclusive resources, and more: https://chelseapierotti.com/37

Aaron Scene's After Party
Aileen And the Cucumber feat. @itsmissaileen & @lashgawd_

Aaron Scene's After Party

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 64:20


Thank you for 24k streams! For this episode we got our girls Aileen and Melissa and it is a horny one! We talk about Aileen's time as a dancer, her premium snapchat days (which was *chef kiss*) and Melissa tells us about her two boys story. Catch the full video action on my OnlyFans and follow me on social media @ AaronScene! Onlyfans.com/aaronscene

Words That Move Me with Dana Wilson
Ep. #95 Camera & Film Terminology for Dancers & Choreographers

Words That Move Me with Dana Wilson

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 29:37


This episode is NOT an A-Z glossary of camera and film terminology. It IS a deep dive into why “film speak” is important for dancers and choreographers… and also why it is a total set up. Yes, I’ll demystify a few of the basic terms and technicalities, but I also dish out some of my favorite resources for a deeper dive on jargon, and I zoom in on (sorry, couldn’t help it) a few simple cues you can take from the camera to better craft your performance on screen.Quick Links: Every Frame a Painting: https://www.youtube.com/c/everyframeapainting Team DeakinsPodcast: https://teamdeakins.libsyn.com/ Protecting the frame Podcast: https://www.protectingtheframe.com/ 100 ideas that changed film: https://www.laurenceking.com/product/100-ideas-that-changed-film-2/ 30 second film photography: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/25026033-30-second-photographyTranscript: Intro: This is words that move me, the podcast where movers and shakers, like you get the information and inspiration. You need to navigate your creative career with clarity and confidence. I am your host master mover, Dana Wilson. And if you’re someone that loves to learn, laugh and is looking to rewrite the starving artist story, then sit tight, but don’t stop moving because you’re in the right place. Dana: Well, hello, my friend. And welcome to Words that Move me. I’m Dana. And as always, I am stoked that you are here. This is going to be fun. As we’re speaking, I am monitoring my pitch using a, um, pitch monitoring app. My vocal recovery is slow, but sure. And I am. I’m working to use all the tools available to me to fully recover as quickly and fully as possible. So forgive me if I’m a little bit distracted, I’m fascinated watching this little device record my voice, move up and down. Okay, moving right along. I’m excited about this episode because the subject came up in a words that move me community conversation recently. Um, somebody asked for the best resources for film terminology. They had never worked with film before. Um, and by film, honestly, I, I actually mean video, um, should be more specific with that language since this is the camera and film terminology episode. Um, but I, I started writing a response to this person who asked for some tips, pointers, vocabulary, et cetera, started writing this massive reply of an email, all of the words, all of the definitions. And I had to stop myself. This is a person who has not worked with dance on film before, and I was completely intimidating them, I think with this metric boat load of jargon. So I deleted my massive body of text and instead gave this person my very best advice, which is to have a clear vision in mind and be able to explain it with words or with other images and video references, and then be ready and willing to learn as you go. I encourage you to the same attitude. Throughout this episode be ready and willing to learn as you go heads up. I am not going to read a film or photography glossary to you in this episode. So if that is what you are here for, you can 100% do that faster and have the bonus feature of pictures and video examples. Um, you can have all that quickly by doing that Google search yourself. Actually I think a podcast might not be the most natural place to teach camera terminology because those visual aids are so important. So towards the end of this episode, I’ll give some of my favorite resources. But what I really w

Breaking the Wall Podcast
Letting Go of Outside Expectations

Breaking the Wall Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 15:33


Pursuing a career in dance means you'll have to navigate the expectations of the friends, family, and mentors around you. These people may want the best for you, but navigating their expectations of what you "should" be doing, is not your responsibility.In this episode, Brandon talks about the ways to ignore the expectations of others and refocus on what you're currently doing. By realizing you'll never measure up to the expectations of others, you'll be able to engage with more projects that better serve you.Interested in working with Brandon?  SIGN-UP for a FREE Coaching Consultation HEREBrandon helps pre-professional dancers find their voice as they navigate their careers and helps them stay accountable  when pursuing their goals.Through coaching, Brandon helps dancers define whats important for them and redefine what a successful life/career looks like.Learn more here: http://www.brandoncolemandance.com/career-coachingConnect with Brandon!Instagram: @itsBrandonColeman | @BreakingTheWallPodcastWebsite: www.BrandonColemanDance.com/BTWP

Dance Cast
Elephants Are Dancers Too: Ann Carlson with inkBoat's Shinichi Iova-Koga & Dana Iova-Koga

Dance Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 48:17


Sima talks with Ann Carlson, Shinichi Iova-Koga, and Dana Iova-Koga about These are the Ones We Fell Among, a work that takes inspiration from the movements, myths, and metaphors of our endangered animal cousins – persons called by other names, like “elephant.” Conceived, choreographed, written and directed by award-winning interdisciplinary artist Ann Carlson in collaboration with inkBoat, These Are the Ones We Fell Among grapples with elegance in the face of extinction, looking for humor and grace amid excrement, entropy, fear, and fury. Performed by Shinichi and Dana Iova-Koga, with music by composers Carla Kihlstedt and Shahzad Ismaily, lighting by Allen Willner, and scenic elements by Amy Rathbone. In person, Friday-Saturday, November 5 & 6, 8 PM PT; Sunday, November 7, 4 PM PT. Available for on-demand viewing November 12. A transcript of this episode is available at odc.dance/stories.

dance tips daily
#413 Why Ballet is Not The Foundation of All Dance Arts & Culture

dance tips daily

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 13:43


Mindful Monday Why Ballet is Not The Foundation of All Dance Arts & Culture Source: https://www.danceplug.com/article/why-ballet-is-not-the-foundation-of-all-dance-arts-and-culture DancePlug is Dance Plug is YOUR connection to dance. It the go-to digital hub for online classes, auditions, and articles on all things dance! Check them out on Instagram @danceplug or at danceplug.com. Author: Caitlin M. Heflin Caitlin is currently a contributing writer at DancePlug.com and Doctors for Dancers, Caitlin is a writer, dancer, and dance educator based out of Los Angeles. After years of touring and performing professionally, and following a deep personal loss, she is currently navigating a semi-retirement from performing. When not writing, you can find her either teaching ballet and modern or battling traffic on the 405. She holds a BFA in Dance Performance and a BA in Economics from SMU. You can learn more about her at caitlinmheflin.com or connect with her on Instagram @caitlinmheflin. Are you practicing your tip for the day? Share with us on social media and tag @dancetipsdaily to be shared on our platform! Don't forget to follow us on IG and Facebook @dancetipsdaily! Stay up to date with DTD & Subscribe to the once a month newsletter at www.dancetipsdaily.com Like what you heard? Give us a 5 star rating or share with a friend to help us keep bringing well rounded & grounded dance content to you! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dance-tips-daily/support

Talking Moves
Feedback & Criticism

Talking Moves

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 55:49


In this episode, we talk to Isaac Ouro-Gnao and Donald Hutera about the role of Feedback & Criticism. Every artist making work and putting it out there into the world is inviting an opinion of some kind: be that from their immediate collaborators, their performers, the raised eyebrow of a parent or mentor, their audience, or critics. Feedback is so useful to the artistic process, but it's hard to take at times. And perhaps also, hard to give. In this episode we talk to two artists to find out a bit more about the art of critique, its relevance today and how we can, perhaps as an industry, do it better. Our guests have a foot in both camps – working as artists but also as published journalists. So as people of words we start off by defining some… analysing the words ‘review', ‘feedback' and ‘criticism' and establishing whether they were interchangeable or if there were notable differences. We decide that perhaps feedback is for artists and reviews serve as documentation or for audience information. It was the word criticism everyone feels a little more uncomfortable with… Donald and Isaac both share instances where they had felt criticised in print, and how they dealt with conflicting opinions. We talk about ethics: permission, recognising objectivity is impossible, that there is no right or wrong (only opinion) and that sometimes feedback (and reviews) are not actually wanted. We conclude that the hunger to know more about artists and their work and dialogue are both key to useful criticism. The subject of diversity of voices threads its way through our conversation and we discuss ways we might better achieve a multiplicity of voices within the industry of dance journalism that is in itself diminishing. But perhaps most importantly we talk about responsibility – and what those who have a voice can do to shine the spotlight and give over some space to voices that are lesser heard. You may like to dip into the following articles before or after you listen… The Stage feature: Race and Theatre Criticism We Need Critical Change The Stage feature: Race and Theatre Criticism On Writing about Race Equity's Recommendations for Theatre Critics Talking Moves is a Greenwich Dance production Presented by Melanie Precious Production by Carmel Smith, Lucy White and Melanie Precious Recording date: Wednesday 21 July 2021

STUDIO STORIES: REMINISCING ON TWIN CITIES DANCE HISTORY
Studio Stories: Reminiscing on Twin Cities Dance with Carl Flink- Season 5, Episode 70

STUDIO STORIES: REMINISCING ON TWIN CITIES DANCE HISTORY

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 73:13


Carl Flink is the founder and artistic director of Black Label Movement (Minneapolis, MN) and the Nadine Jette Sween Professor of Dance and Director of Dance at the University of Minnesota – Twin Cities. Featured in Dance Magazine's January 2014 issue, Flink's dancemaking is noted for its intense athleticism and physical risk taking, compositional intelligence and humanistic themes as a contemporary choreographer for both concert dance and theater.  His commissions and invited presentations include the American Dance Festival (Durham, NC), Bates Dance Festival (Lewiston, ME), The Minnesota Orchestra, VocalEssence (Minneapolis, MN), MADCO (St. Louis, MO), University of Florida Performing Arts (Gainesville, FL), Same Planet Different World (Chicago, IL), Urbanity Dance (Boston, MA), The Cowles Center for Dance (Minneapolis, MN), University of Utah (Salt Lake City, UT), Company C (San Francisco, CA), James Sewell Ballet (Minneapolis, MN). His work has been set on dance programs across the United States, such as Stanford University, University of Illinois, University of Iowa, Brigham Young University, University of North Texas, Mount Holyoke College and Utah Valley State University.  Flink has garnered significant recognition for his innovative collaborations with scientific researchers through his Moving Cell Project with University of Minnesota biomedical engineer David Odde and the creation of multiple embodied TED talks. The Moving Cell's Bodystorming System, a rapid modeling technique using human bodies and choreographic strategies, has been highlighted by Science Magazine, Dance Magazine, Twin Cities Public Television's Minnesota Original and TPT TV Takeoverand TED Talks for TEDx Brussels and TEDMED 2013 (Washington D.C.). They have presented Bodystorming at research centers such as the Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, MA and the National Centre for Biological Sciences, Bangalore, India. His pathbreaking 2011 TEDx Brussels Talk A Modest Proposal: Dance v. Powerpoint co-created with ScienceMagazine writer and chemist John Bohannon offered the innovative idea of how dance artists and scientists could collaborate to the mutual benefit of their research and communication. He has created three other TED Talks including Let's Talk About Sex for the 2012 TED: Full Spectrum (Long Beach, CA) and most recently A Dream of Touch When Touch is Gone for the 2020 TEDx Minneapolis.    As a director and choreographer for Theater, Flink is noted for his edgy and aggressive movement approach in awarding winning productions for nationally recognized organizations like The Guthrie Theater (Minneapolis, MN) and Theatre Latté Da (Minneapolis, MN), as well as his critically acclaimed immersive theater productions of Woyzeck and Swede Hollow Ghost Sonata with fellow Twin Cities theater artists Luverne Seifert and Darcey Engen.   Flink's awards include the UMN CLA 2020 Dean's Medal, two 2016 Regional Emmy Award nominations, 2015 Twin Cities StarTribune Best of MN, a 2014 MN Dance Community Sage Award, 2008 and 2012 McKnight Artist Fellowships for Choreography, and 2010 and 2012 MN Ivey Awards.  The Twin Cities Public Television Minnesota Original 2012 Episode featuring Flink's A Duet for Wreck received a 2012 regional Emmy Award for Outstanding Performance.    During the 1990s, Flink was a long-time member and soloist for the Limón Dance Company in NYC where he also performed with Creach/Koester Men Dancing, Janis Brenner & Dancers, Paul Taylor and others. He holds a J.D. from Stanford Law School JD, a University of Minnesota Political Science and Women Studies B.A. summa cum laude and was a Farmers' Legal Action Group, Inc. attorney (St. Paul, MN) from 2001-2004.  He continues to work on his most important collaborative project raising his th

SOCIAL NOSTRA™
SPEAKYAMINDZ - 0007. Ebony Dodson - SOCIAL NOSTRA™

SOCIAL NOSTRA™

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2021 46:52


The Jackson Hole Connection
Episode 160 – Creating the Future of Movement in Wyoming with Babs Case and Erin Roy

The Jackson Hole Connection

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 41:52


In this week's episode of the Jackson Hole Connection, Stephan visits with Babs Case and Erin Roy. Babs is the long-time Artistic Director of Dancers' Workshop and Erin Roy recently stepped up as the Executive Director. Dancers' Workshop is located in the Center for the Arts and provides diversity in movement experiences through education, performance, and outreach for students and audiences of all ages. In this episode, Babs and Erin share their stories about how they ended up making it out to Jackson. Babs talks about the potential she saw in Dancers' Workshop and how she has transformed the organization over the past 24 years. Erin discusses what it has been like to step up into a leadership role and how having a mentor like Babs has impacted her vision. Babs and Erin also talk about the outreach Dancers' Workshop has, not only in the Jackson Hole area but the surrounding Wyoming communities. Find more info on Dancers' Workshop, including class schedules and upcoming events at https://www.dwjh.org/ (dwjh.org) This week's episode is supported in part by Teton County Solid Waste and Recycling reminding you to reduce, reuse, recycle, and compost. Avoid single-use products whenever possible, and remember to bring your reusable bags with you while shopping. More at https://www.roadtozerowastejh.org/ (RoadtoZeroWasteJH.org) or at https://www.instagram.com/roadtozerowaste.jh (@RoadToZeroWaste.JH on Instagram) https://roadtozerowastejh.org () Want to be a guest on The Jackson Hole Connection? Email us at connect@thejacksonholeconnection.com. Marketing and editing support byhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/michaelmoeri ( Michael Moeri) (michaelmoeri.com). 

Work. Shouldnt. Suck.
Inclusive Hiring Practices (EP.45)

Work. Shouldnt. Suck.

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 62:28


Three members of the Toronto-based company Generator discuss their approach to inclusive hiring practices as recently demonstrated during their call for new organizational leadership. While the search has concluded with https://generatorto.com/updates/leadership-sep-21 (their recent appointment), you can still check out the archived position posting https://generatorto.com/apply/leadership?fbclid=IwAR2u0e3akI9kx9YdjSp360gCau_DKv5NEQKPJohWTfTn8d-LtKlAc7Nz0Ik (here). SEDINA FIATI is a Toronto based performer, producer, director, creator and activist for stage and screen. Proudly Black and queer, Sedina is deeply invested in artistic work that explores the intersection between art and activism, either in form or structure or ideally both. Sedina is currently Artist-Activist in Residence at Nightwood Theatre and proud founding member of the Black Pledge Collective. Sedina was the co-chair of ACTRA Toronto's Diversity Committee and 2nd VP of council for Canadian Actors' Equity Association. Sedina has worked with Generator since 2018, focusing on providing mentorship, program development and coordination for the Artist Producer Training Program. Upcoming projects: Switching Queen(s) (devised street performance), Last Dance (a web series). KRISTINA LEMIEUX (she/her) is an accomplished arts manager with more than 20 years of professional experience. She is also a contemporary dancer. Raised in Treaty 6 territory (rural Alberta), Kristina lived in Edmonton, attending the University of Alberta, for 10 years before heading to Vancouver where her passion for the arts has driven collaboration, creation, and innovation in the Vancouver arts scene for over a decade. After working with Generator in a freelance capacity for several years, Kristina made the move to Toronto in January 2017 to take on the role of Lead Producer of Generator. Kristina has worked with many of Vancouver's leading art organizations: Brief Encounters, Arts Umbrella, New Works, Out On Screen (Queer Film Festival), Vancouver International Bhangra Celebration, PTC Playwrights Theatre Centre, Canadian Alliance of Dance Artists/West Chapter (CADA/West), Tara Cheyenne Performance, Made in BC - Dance on Tour, Theatre Replacement, Progress Lab 1422, The Post at 750 (110 Arts Cooperative), Vancouver International Dance Festival (VIDF), Up in the Air Theatre (rEvolver Festival), Music on Main, and Vancouver Art Gallery. She co-founded Polymer Dance, a group dedicated to bringing dance experiences to non-professional dancers. Kristina remains tied to Vancouver through her project Scaffold, a coaching and skill development service designed to support performing artists and groups. She is the co-founder and Creative Producer of F-O-R-M (Festival of Recorded Movement) and works frequently with the Dancers of Damelahamid and Coastal Dance Festival. Kristina is passionate about generating dialogue in the arts and, to this end, earned a certificate in Dialogue and Civic Engagement from Simon Fraser University. In all that she does she works to support independent artists across performing disciplines in finding ways to make art outside of the currently prescribed modes. TED WITZEL (he/him) is a queer theatre-maker and arts leader based in toronto / tkaròn:to. primarily a director, ted is also variously a dramaturg, curator, teacher, writer, translator, designer, and performer. he has worked in theatres in vancouver, montreal, stratford, ottawa, london, berlin, milan, palermo, stuttgart, ingolstadt, baden-baden and bad hersfeld. ted is currently the artistic associate for the stratford festival lab, overseeing the company's research and development programs. these include a broad portfolio of new works in development, systems-change initiatives, creative residencies, and a collection of artistic explorations and programs that aim to help imagine the future orientation of the company. in 2018, he was selected as an artistic leadership resident at the national theatre school, and...

Sound Bites A Nutrition Podcast
192: Nutrition for Ballet Dancers: Challenges & Opportunities – Dr. Nasira Burkholder-Cooley

Sound Bites A Nutrition Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 63:50


Good nutrition is essential for dancers to achieve desired body composition, ensure adequate energy to support growth, and optimize training. Successful dancers learn to view food as fuel, avoid dieting, and have sustained energy to power through class and performance. Dancers tend to under-eat and neglect long-term health, which compromises performance and contributes to injury. Pursuing a successful dance profession should not inflict chronic pain, perpetual stress, or diet confusion. Quality nutrition improves every aspect of dance training and performance, including physical strength and endurance, balance, flexibility, mental clarity and memory, emotional stability, and self-confidence. Nutrition needs are very individualized, so it is important that dancers seek specific dietary advice from a Registered Dietitian for dancers regarding calorie and protein needs. Tune in to this episode to learn about: the unique nutritional needs of dancers and other performance athletes guidelines on macronutrients, micronutrients, hydration and snacks the realities of restricting intake during growth and puberty tips for fueling for performance as well as nutrition needs during injury recovery the importance of focusing on gaining strength and skill rather than focusing on body composition or ideal body weight insight into mental health, emotional eating, disordered eating and eating disorders how parents and teachers can be more involved and aware of red flags for disordered eating and body image issues Nasira's story from ballerina to dietitian Melissa's story attending a performing arts high school Full shownotes and resources at: www.SoundBitesRD.com/191 

DSO Connect - By & For Dance Studio Owners
84. Keeping injured dancers engaged

DSO Connect - By & For Dance Studio Owners

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 44:20


Inevitably, as dance educators we will face the issue of injured students in our studios. This week Robin and Casey chat about how to keep those dancers engaged, from class observation to social media takeovers, and of course the importance of injury prevention.

SBS Japanese - SBSの日本語放送
Fostering cultural engagement between Asia and Australia OzAsiaFestival - 「ダンスは私のアイデンティティー」 川口ゆいさん OzAsia Festival

SBS Japanese - SBSの日本語放送

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 11:29


OzAsia Festival is Australia's leading contemporary arts festival fostering cultural engagement between Asia and Australia. Yui Kawaguchi is one of the performers this year, collaborating with Australian dancer Alison Currie on world premiere of "Somewhere, Everywhere, Nowhere". - 10月21日からアデレードで開催される「OzAsia Festival」でオーストラリア人ダンサーとのコラボレーションを披露する川口ゆいさん。現在はベルリンを拠点に活動する、世界で名を馳せるソロイストです。

dance tips daily
#396 The Swan Lake Diet - Don't Fall Into This Trap

dance tips daily

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 8:21


Food Tip Friday The Swan Lake Diet - Don't Fall Into This Trap Source: https://www.thewholedancer.com/swan-lake-diet/ Author: Jess is a former professional ballet dancer turned Health Coach and founder of The Whole Dancer. She supports dancers in reaching their body goals through one on one coaching and her online course, The Dancers' Best Body Program. For more on Jess or The Whole Dancer visit thewholedancer.com Are you practicing your tip for the day? Share with us on social media and tag @dancetipsdaily to be shared on our platform! Don't forget to follow us on IG and Facebook @dancetipsdaily! Stay up to date with DTD & Subscribe to the once a month newsletter at www.dancetipsdaily.com Like what you heard? Give us a 5 star rating or share with a friend to help us keep bringing the best dance content to you! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dance-tips-daily/support

#BookendBaldies
#BookendBaldies - Episode 64

#BookendBaldies

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 37:25


#BookendBaldies reflect on the 1st 4 Vegas shows, the Met Gala and The VMA's. Buddy and Eddie are giving a re-cap and some BTS on the amazing 1st run of the Debbie Gibson & Joey McIntyre: Live in Las Vegas Show.  They stroll down the white carpet of the Met Gala to give you some of their favorite and worst dressed celebrities of the night. They also discuss why the VMA's even exist anymore? Buckle up for Episode 64 of the #BookendBaldies! Twitter: @bookendbaldies Instagram: @bookendbaldies Facebook: BookendBaldies Website: https://bookendbaldies.wordpress.com Buddy Casimano: Twitter: @BuddyCasimano Instagram: @BuddyCasimano Eddie Bennett: Twitter: @euphorian54 Instagram: @euphorian54

Breaking the Wall Podcast
4 Audition Tips for In-Person Auditions

Breaking the Wall Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 13:16


Audition season is here and seems to be happening on a rolling basis this year. This is great news because it means there are so many opportunities for dancers to book jobs they love. Whether we are auditioning professionally for the first time, or a seasoned pro, I hope these tips will help you navigate the scary audition process in a more proactive and relaxing way.In this episode, Brandon gives his best audition practices that anyone can bring with them into the studio.1. Know what you're auditioning for2. Don't wait for an audition to invest3. Practice a "I Don't Need this Job" mindset4. Pay Attention to what's getting attentionInterested in working with Brandon?  SIGN-UP for a FREE Coaching Consultation HEREBrandon helps pre-professional dancers find their voice as they navigate their careers and helps them stay accountable  when pursuing their goals.Through coaching, Brandon helps dancers define whats important for them and redefine what a successful life/career looks like.Learn more here: http://www.brandoncolemandance.com/career-coachingConnect with Brandon!Instagram: @itsBrandonColeman | @BreakingTheWallPodcastWebsite: www.BrandonColemanDance.com/BTWP

Passion for Dance
34. How to Start Journaling with Your Dancers

Passion for Dance

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 14:38


Journaling has so many benefits for dancers including reducing stress, noticing progress to boost motivation, organizing your thoughts, improving confidence, and growing as a dancer and person. I often talk about the lessons I've learned after years of teaching and coaching and in this episode, I want to talk about one of those lessons, in the hope that you choose to integrate some of this strategy into your time with your dancers a whole lot sooner in your career than I did. If I had known then what I know now, I would have introduced my dancers to journaling right away. In this episode, I'll cover the benefits of journaling, what to expect, setting some ground rules, and how to get started.   Mentioned in Today's Episode Free Download: Starter Journal Prompts __________ Did you enjoy today's episode? Please leave a rating and review on Apple podcasts! Be sure to snap a screenshot and tag me on instagram @dr.chelsea.pierotti as you're listening to the episode.  Check out the full Show Notes, including episode highlights, key takeaways, exclusive resources, and more: https://chelseapierotti.com/34

Beyond The Pointe
Training Adult Dancers - Allie Christensen

Beyond The Pointe

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 39:12


Adult dancers have different training needs then kids + the dance world does not always support those differences.  I'm addressing some of the most common issues I encounter when working with adult dancers  IG @alignfitnessbyallie Dancer Strong™ Program info www.alignfitnessbyallie.com

Breaking the Wall Podcast
Emerging as a Curator with Georgia Usborne

Breaking the Wall Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 50:21


I took a trip to Brooklyn last week to chat with Georgia Usborne about her life as a dancer and curator here in NYC. In our discussion, we dive into what it's like to transition into roles outside of just being a dancer, and why it's important for dancers to be open to more than just performance opportunities. Georgia continues to dive into her career and unveil more opportunities that align with her natural gifts and interests. Through our discussion, Georgia shows us why "success" is a relative term and why it is important for dancers to find jobs where their talents can shine through.  Georgia Usborne is a British born dance artist performing, creating and teaching out of Brooklyn, New York.  She is the Founding and Director of CreateART, performance and residency platform building community and supporting artists in New York City.   Following her training at Central School of Ballet in London, Georgia danced with contemporary repertory company Bern Ballet in Switzerland under the direction of Cathy Marston. In Bern she had the pleasure of working with choreographers including Orjan Andersson, Alexander Ekman, Adonis Foniadakis, Johan Inger, Didy Veldman and Noa Zuk. In 2014 she joined Andrea Miller's Gallim Dance in Brooklyn, New York, with whom she continues to work as a guest artist, teacher and assistant to the choreographer. From 2018 - 2019 Georgia worked as Gallim's programming coordinator, launching and managing performance events, residencies and classes at Gallim's Brooklyn studio.  She is currently Event Curator for women led non profit East Village based Arts on Site, and a teaching artist with Arts By The People.As a freelance dancer Georgia has worked most recently with Annie Rigney, Bare Opera and Hivewild. Learn more about Georgia and her work HEREFollow Georgia and CreateArt:@GeorgiaUsborne@CreateArtInterested in working with Brandon?  SIGN-UP for a FREE Coaching Consultation HEREBrandon helps pre-professional dancers find their voice as they navigate their careers and helps them stay accountable  when pursuing their goals.Through coaching, Brandon helps dancers define whats important for them and redefine what a successful life/career looks like.Learn more here: http://www.brandoncolemandance.com/career-coachingConnect with Brandon!Instagram: @itsBrandonColeman | @BreakingTheWallPodcastWebsite: www.BrandonColemanDance.com/BTWP

DSO Connect - By & For Dance Studio Owners
83. Preparing our dancers for auditions with Holly Brucker

DSO Connect - By & For Dance Studio Owners

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 46:47


Whether it's your studio's competition team, the high school musical, college dance team, or professional companies, our dancers will likely face some sort of audition scenario in their dance journey. It's our responsibility as studio owners and educators to prepare them for that experience. This week DSO Connect team member Holly Brucker joins Robin and Casey to talk about all the things we can do in our studios to help our dancers (and their parents!) feel confident and prepared when they step into their next audition.

Talking Records
#93 Lifetime (Jersey's Best Dancers) with Bob from I Wanna Party With Bob

Talking Records

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 75:26


Bob from the podcast I Wanna Party With Bob drops in to discuss Lifetime's 1997 album Jersey's Best Dancers. https://www.iwannapartywithbob.com/podcasts --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/talkingrecords/message

NTD Evening News
Singer R. Kelly Found Guilty on All Counts; Pfizer Prepping Vaccine for Kids, Ages 5-11 | NTD

NTD Evening News

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 49:34


NTD Evening News—9/27/2021 1. Singer R. Kelly Found Guilty on All Counts 2. Reagan Assassin Gets ‘Unconditional Release' 3. Biden Gets Pfizer Booster Shot on Camera 4. Vax Mandate Straining Hospital Staff Levels 5. NY Preps for Possible Medical Staff Shortage 6. Biden Admin Proposes Rule to Continue DACA 7. Bill for Non-Citizens to Vote in NYC 8. 3 Dead After Amtrak Train Derailed in Montana 9. Facebook Pauses Plans for Instagram for Kids 10. CA Medical Workers Protest Vaccine Mandates 11. Officials Rally Against Flavored Tobacco 12. Audience: Shen Yun Gives Hope, Feeds the Soul 13. Canadians Released After Huawei CFO's Release 14. Chinese Media: Meng's Release a Win for China 15. Apple, Tesla Suppliers Halt Production in China 16. Germany: Social Democrats Beat Merkel's Party 17. No Plans to Use Army to Drive Petrol Tankers 18. French Fishermen Protest Offshore Wind Farms 19. Protester Throws Egg at French President 20. Hobbyists and Dancers at Balloon Festival 21. Parisian Baker Shares Best Baguette Secrets 22. Michelangelo Sculpture Now Fully Restored

NTD Evening News
Singer R. Kelly Found Guilty on All Counts; Pfizer Prepping Vaccine for Kids, Ages 5-11 | NTD

NTD Evening News

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 49:34


NTD Evening News—9/27/20211. Singer R. Kelly Found Guilty on All Counts2. Reagan Assassin Gets ‘Unconditional Release'3. Biden Gets Pfizer Booster Shot on Camera4. Vax Mandate Straining Hospital Staff Levels5. NY Preps for Possible Medical Staff Shortage6. Biden Admin Proposes Rule to Continue DACA7. Bill for Non-Citizens to Vote in NYC8. 3 Dead After Amtrak Train Derailed in Montana9. Facebook Pauses Plans for Instagram for Kids10. CA Medical Workers Protest Vaccine Mandates11. Officials Rally Against Flavored Tobacco12. Audience: Shen Yun Gives Hope, Feeds the Soul13. Canadians Released After Huawei CFO's Release14. Chinese Media: Meng's Release a Win for China15. Apple, Tesla Suppliers Halt Production in China16. Germany: Social Democrats Beat Merkel's Party17. No Plans to Use Army to Drive Petrol Tankers18. French Fishermen Protest Offshore Wind Farms19. Protester Throws Egg at French President20. Hobbyists and Dancers at Balloon Festival21. Parisian Baker Shares Best Baguette Secrets22. Michelangelo Sculpture Now Fully Restored

95 KGGO
Curse of the Chippendales Interview

95 KGGO

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 11:15


Today on the show, B-sox was joined by Scott Garriola, a former FBI Special Agent that broke the Chippendales case to discuss the Discovery+ True Crime special Curse of the Chippendales. Check out the links for more about the show!    https://www.kggo.com/ https://twitter.com/DiscoveryID https://twitter.com/discoveryplus   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Unrestricted Podcast
Getting Unrestricted About Full Figured Dancers With Tall Glass Of Jess

The Unrestricted Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 51:03


BBW stripper life, on this episode we interview Tall Glass Of Jess the BBW stripper and ask her several questions about her life. She opens up about dance techniques, life advice, modeling, and what it's like working as a stripper while maintaining a steady work-life balance. Follow Jess on Social Media: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tallglassofjess TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@tallglassofjess Twitter: https://twitter.com/tallglassofjess OnlyFans: https://onlyfans.com/tallglassofjess YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKUcELwonNylE_BNY3sFXnQ ✅Best ways to help support The Unrestricted Podcast! ✔️PayPal: https://www.paypal.me/barrimedia ✔️Monthly Donation: https://anchor.fm/unrestrictedpodcast/support ✔️Merch: https://tiny.cc/unrestrictedstore To reach the Unrestricted team you can email: Barri.MediaTexas@gmail.com ✅FOLLOW THE UNRESTRICTED PODCAST ✔️INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/unrestricted_podcast ✔️TWITTER: https://www.twitter.com/barrimedia​_ur ✔️WEBSITE: https://www.theunrestrictedpodcast.com​ ✔️YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/theunrestrictedpodcast --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/unrestrictedpodcast/support

Scott and Sadie's 20 Minute Morning Show
I knew one of their backup dancers...

Scott and Sadie's 20 Minute Morning Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 20:55


That's about the only way you can get an autographed poster, right?

Passion for Dance
33. Why You Shouldn't Tell Tour Dancers to “Leave it at the Door” with Ali Phillips

Passion for Dance

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 38:40


Have you ever told your dancers to “leave it at the door?” I know I used that phrase a lot and it's because I wanted dancers to come into class with a positive mindset and let go of any drama or challenges that might get in the way. But in this episode, we're going to challenge that idea because maybe telling your dancers to leave it at the door is doing them a disservice.  My guest today is Ali Phillips, an Embodied Leadership Coach and she really opened my eyes to a new perspective. Ali owns Bust a Move Dance which is a dance company for children, teens, and adults with disabilities. We discuss our egos as dance teachers, developing a teaching philosophy, and trusting ourselves as young professionals by tapping into our bodies for the answers. Mentioned in Today's Episode Bust a Move Dance: https://bustamovedance.com.au/ Instagram   @bamdance_      @aliphillips.official __________ Did you enjoy today's episode? Please leave a rating and review on Apple podcasts! Be sure to snap a screenshot and tag me on instagram @dr.chelsea.pierotti as you're listening to the episode.  Check out the full Show Notes, including episode highlights, key takeaways, exclusive resources, and more: https://chelseapierotti.com/33  

Breaking the Wall Podcast
Turning Down a Job

Breaking the Wall Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 14:13


We're taught to be grateful for any job that comes our way and "a job is a job." Most recently I heard the phrase, "don't be one of those dancers..."The truth is, we are allowed to be picky and should be picky if we want the vision of our careers to align with reality. The days of being grateful for every/any opportunity are over IF you make choices and take scary action to make it so.In this episode, Brandon talks about why you should turn down certain jobs and how to better align yourself with fulfilling opportunities. How do we combat the feeling of uncertainty and confidently move forward into the unknown? When should we settle...or should we ever!? Interested in working with Brandon?  SIGN-UP for a FREE Coaching Consultation HEREBrandon helps pre-professional dancers find their voice as they navigate their careers and helps them stay accountable  when pursuing their goals.Through coaching, Brandon helps dancers define whats important for them and redefine what a successful life/career looks like.Learn more here: http://www.brandoncolemandance.com/career-coachingConnect with Brandon!Instagram: @itsBrandonColeman | @BreakingTheWallPodcastWebsite: www.BrandonColemanDance.com/BTWP

Breaking the Wall Podcast
Create Outside the Structure of Your School

Breaking the Wall Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 13:39


Each college and university program is unique and offers different opportunities and resources to their students. The truth is, these institutions don't have the time or resources to offer their students every opportunity they would like to. In fact, these schools would prefer to limit their offerings in order to differentiate their program from others. For that reason, dancers need to create their own opportunities outside of the confines of the school.In this episode, Brandon asks his listeners to think outside of the box their college/university has created for them. In the real world, dancers who are making big moves are doing so because they decided to create them themselves. Brandon provides three ways dancers can make a big impact in their careers NOW.Interested in working with Brandon?  SIGN-UP for a FREE Coaching Consultation HEREBrandon helps pre-professional dancers find their voice as they navigate their careers and helps them stay accountable  when pursuing their goals.Through coaching, Brandon helps dancers define whats important for them and redefine what a successful life/career looks like.Learn more here: http://www.brandoncolemandance.com/career-coachingConnect with Brandon!Instagram: @itsBrandonColeman | @BreakingTheWallPodcastWebsite: www.BrandonColemanDance.com/BTWP

Breaking the Wall Podcast
Make Better Small Talk

Breaking the Wall Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 17:27


Dancers are notoriously poor communicators and since the pandemic, certain small talk questions prove to prompt basic responses or just feel impersonal. As artists, we're meeting new people all the time. How do we navigate conversations to build strong relationships both professionally and personally.In this episode, Brandon provides three questions for dancers to delete from their vocabulary and some alternatives that support more open-ended conversations.Interested in working with Brandon?  SIGN-UP for a FREE Coaching Consultation HEREBrandon helps pre-professional dancers find their voice as they navigate their careers and helps them stay accountable  when pursuing their goals.Through coaching, Brandon helps dancers define whats important for them and redefine what a successful life/career looks like.Learn more here: http://www.brandoncolemandance.com/career-coachingConnect with Brandon!Instagram: @itsBrandonColeman | @BreakingTheWallPodcastWebsite: www.BrandonColemanDance.com/BTWP