Monthly Archives: September 2014

A Cheesecake Sampler of a Summer

By Zachary Frazee This summer was definitely one of the busiest summers that I have endured… but busy with amazing experiences! Non-stop dancing, adult-decisions, real-life auditions, opportunities and an overwhelming amount of excitement. Coming back for my last semester, I … Continue reading

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Production Study with Production Club, Inc.

By Morgan Bernat If I wrote about my entire journey to California, it would take a book. I’ve chosen to focus on one specific moment that was rich and incredible. Sam Johnson and I were lucky enough to receive funding … Continue reading

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Redefining The Duet: The Diversity of “The Duets Project”

By Allison Bohman On September 4th at 7:30pm and September 5th at 4:00pm and 7:30pm, The Duets Project took stage in Hartwell Dance Theater at The College at Brockport: The State University of New York. This unique show featured nationally … Continue reading

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Bill Evans Teachers Intensive, Brockport 2014

By Alexis Cordella The Bill Evans Teachers Intensive (BETI) experience has left such a lasting impression on me. Mostly, it has reshaped the way I perceive the relationship between instructors and students. As a dance student, I had always been … Continue reading

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A Day in the Life of a DOVA Summer Residency Student

This summer our students traveled all over the world, but some decided to stay close to home and enjoyed the opportunity to dance with truly amazing artists.  Here, 2nd-year MFA candidate Marissa Aucoin shares her experience at the Doug Varone … Continue reading

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