Pineapple Dance Studios is to London, what Broadway Dance Center is to New York City. For an American dancer (me), dancing at Pineapple was a bucket list item. I've wanted to dance here since I was a girl, having heard rumors of a London studio where legends have sweat it out on
While trolling my favorite flight apps for cheap tickets, I can never pass up a good deal to visit my favorite city by the Bay--San Francisco. It's a city I hate that I love. All it ever does is embrace me with its sweet sweet pastry shops, amazing coffee,
As a full-time road-lifer, I've done a hefty bit of research on where to park my RV or pitch a tent. After googling "campsites near me," on repeat for the past year, I've come to rely on a few choice sites and apps that, when
When I travel to cities like New York or London, I know a good dance class awaits. Those cities are known for their arts communities. But sometimes, as I travel to places not particularly known for dance, I find myself asking 'Could I find a good dance class here?' Dance
*Originally written for "My Dance Dreams Blog." So you're fresh out of studio training and you're wondering where to go next. What kind of dancer are you, and where will you thrive? Are you pining after the bright lights of Broadway? Or manifesting dreams of making it in
I cannot get away from the term "digital nomad." It's everywhere, in the most annoying way. Sometimes I just want to give it a firm elbow, like the kid in class who won't stop playing the drums with his pencils. Okay WE GET IT, you
You are ready to nail your first audition—prepped with your dance shoes, a headshot, and the fierce determination of a dancer who has trained their whole life for this moment… So now what? Those MainStage dreams won’t wait around. You’ve got to go out and get them!
Being a dancer, or artist of any kind, is hard work—rewarding to the soul, but often not for the bank account. Does the term “starving artist,” sound familiar? Sadly, the stereotype is too often true. High paying jobs for dancers are hard to come by.
What does it take to make it as a freelance performer? Besides being able to sing, dance and act, today’s artists also have to have to be their own boss—the CEO of their personal brand. You can practice songs and rehearse your choreography until you
Updated: Summer 2018 Entertainment is an industry full of travel opportunities Performing aboard cruise ships is a great way to make money while roving around the world and pocketing a paycheck. Today I'm dishing what I know about securing a job performing on cruise liners. What's so special
Dancing is not something you do forever. I dread the day that I will say goodbye to dance as a career, but also anticipate it--like an uncomfortable lunch date you want to get out of the way. I tell friends and family about "the transition"