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Dancer to Dancer

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I started dance classes at a young age. By the time I was 3, I was training at The Dance Club, and I grew up there. I started with the basics—ballet and jazz—and eventually added tap, tumbling, contemporary, and hip hop.

Early on, I did compete. I remember my first time: I did a trio at a small local competition, and it got first place. The trophy was as tall as I was, and I loved it. I attended conventions as a mini, and had the opportunity to take classes from Travis Wall, Sonya Tayeh, Andy Pellick, and Joey Dowling-Fakhrieh. There was so much variety—I was in awe.

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My mom was a dancer growing up, and she went on to become a dance teacher, so I've really grown up in the studio. I started classes when I was 2, and by the time I was 9, I was training at The Dance Club and knew I wanted to dedicate all my time to dance.

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Dance News

We're the dance dads. And we're here to help you in your pursuit of greatness.

We're happy to do it, for we—like so many other dance parents, and teachers, and choreographers, and extended family members—have found our purpose in helping you reach your dreams. We drive you to lessons until you can drive yourself. We teach you the steps until you can learn them on your own. We create your dances until you find your voice hidden in the lines. We buy you shoes. A lot of shoes.

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Dance News

Here's an exciting opportunity for dancers 18 and up!

Zodiak USA and MTV have a new competition show in the works called "Beyond Dance." They haven't released too many details yet, but they promise to be the "most intense, creative dance competition to date." Suppose we'll just have to wait and see.

Right now, they're looking for solo dancers who are extreme, cutting edge and versatile. Any style is welcome, but it seems like they're really looking for that "wow factor."

And here's the real kicker: Dancers who make it onto the show get to be mentored by world renowned choreographers/directors/producers Rich and Tone Talauega. Their stacked resume includes Step Up 3D, Battle of the Year: The Dream Team, Bring It On Yet Again, Save the Last Dance...Michael Jackson, Chris Brown, Madonna, Miley Cyrus, Backstreet Boys, Jennifer Lopez, Pink...Emmy nominations, MTV award nominations, commercials...

Just watch this video reel and you'll get the idea. I promise.

To apply, send a short video clip(s) of your best moves to beyonddancecasting@gmail.com, along with your name, age, city, email and phone number. Or you can apply by filling out the form at beyonddancecasting.com.

Best of luck to all who apply!

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