From Broadway to the Classroom

Erica Rosenberg made her way from Broadway into the classroom. Read on to learn about her pathway into dance education! 1. What is your current position in dance education and how did it come to be? Please describe your role. …
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Successful Pathway Series: Ashlie Kirby

Ashlie Kirby holds a BFA from the University of California at Santa Barbara and an MFA from University of North Carolina-Greensboro. She was a professional dancer in NYC for nine years, working for choreographers Jessica Gaynor and Pam Tanowitz and …
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First Day of DEL Foundations

Georgia is a DEL student enrolled in DEL Foundations, the first recommended course for all new DEL students. Below is her reflection on the first day of class. It is so wonderful to see that DEL students are using the …
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‘Jilly Puppets’ and DEL

I have been performing puppet shows for young children for six years. I incorporate singing, movement, pantomime, storytelling and thematic content that hooks in kids’ imagination and playfulness. I have been drawn to movement more and more as an expressive …
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Our Planet Has Always Been Dancing

The participants in the DEL Planet Dance workshop went on a transformative journey this past week. We traveled to many cultures and countries through the study of dance, and together we built a strong and richly diverse community. I came …
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Planet Dance Reflections

I left my first day of the 92Y Dance Education Laboratory’s workshop, “Planet Dance” leaping on air. I couldn’t stop grinning, dancing and commenting. I had a joined a group of other dancers and educators to listen to a reading …
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Don’t Stop the Wonder

Don’t Stop the Wonder Welcome to WonderDance Here we are Sharing our experiences From near and far Israel, Wisconsin, California alike We gather here at the 92nd St Y   Dance teachers, Preschool teachers, and Science teachers we are All …
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