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Dear Dance Family… A Look Behind “Those Red Studio Doors”

Dear Dance Family, It often feels like yesterday was my last day walking out those red studio doors; some days it even feels strange to not be driving myself to dance at 4 o’clock. The thought that we are all grown up and in different phases of our lives often …

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A Day in the Life… Pascal Rioult Master Class

Our master class with the Pascal Rioult Company was a wonderful experience. The class was a Graham based modern class that also included some of the company’s repertoire. We have been focusing on the Graham technique in our regular modern classes this past month so it was very interesting to …

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A Day in the Life of…. Reflections On A Final Year at PRB

Editor’s Note: We have asked Haley Baker & Aleah Benjelloun, our two graduating senior dancers, to give us their feelings this year as they travel their last year at PRB. Here is their first blog of the season. It is hard to believe that this is our last year at …

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Laszlo Berdo to join Pennsylvania Regional Ballet faculty for 2015/16

February 23, 2015 Sandra Carlino, Artistic Director of Pennsylvania Regional Ballet is pleased to announce the addition of Laszlo Berdo to the company’s ballet faculty beginning in July, 2015. “Laszlo Berdo is a highly creative, versatile and internationally known master instructor and choreographer with over 30 years of experience in …

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An Open Letter to PRB

Courtney Seeno danced with PRB for 13 years, graduating in 2010. She graduated from Indiana University of Pennsylvania this past May with a degree in Early Childhood/Special Education and is currently a third grade teacher in Virginia. Courtney wrote this letter last fall. We felt compelled to share it on …

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Confessions of a Former Dance Mom

You start by taking your 3 year old daughter to dance class as something to fill an hour of her week and give her an outlet for her energy. She comes home from class and continues to dance around the house, wearing a few spare scarves from your closet or …

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My Dancer is Better Than Yours!

The title says it all, folks! My dancer is better than yours! There – I said it – and, gosh darn it, I mean it. Now, you may scoff when you hear that – and, if you did, don’t fret! You’re perfectly normal. In fact, that first statement could have …

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Dance Dads Are Macho!

I’m not really sure when it happened. I mean – it’s not like I had planned it. In the last nine years, I somehow morphed into a Dance Dad! Laugh if you will – but – know that it just might be me who has the last laugh. Dads like …

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An Insider’s View of the Pit!

When I first learned The Nutcracker a few years back, it took many hours a day over the summer to really understand the piece and to understand how I would need to conduct to give the orchestra musicians what THEY need to play their best. Now, after conducting it over …

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A Dance Dad’s Backstage Look at the Nutcracker

If you haven’t yet taken in one of Pennsylvania Regional Ballet’s annual Nutcracker performances, you are truly missing out on a high quality ballet that takes, truly, months of preparation. The dancers on stage make it look easy. I can’t even imagine the stamina, focus and energy it takes to …

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Watch for Blog Posts Soon!

With the relaunch of our brand new website, we’ve also added a blog! It’s brand new – so we haven’t posted anything yet. BUT – stay tuned!! You’ll soon be able to see great stories about the dancer’s life and pertinent information to keep you informed about the happenings at …

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