Articles by Jen Jones Donatelli
Sheryl Murakami’s bold moves
Inside Hollywood’s EDGE Performing Arts Center, five industrial spotlights illuminate a dim room, making it seem more like a stage than a sweaty studio. At various points during the lively jazz funk … Continue reading
Under visionary artistic director Jodi Maxfield, the Brigham Young University dance team opens doors for career-minded dancers.
When Jodi Maxfield first took the field alongside her fellow Brigham Young University Cougarettes in the late 1970s, their … Continue reading
Studio directors handle the delicate dance of co-ownership.
Are two heads really better than one? Many studio owners agree that having a partner to help take on the often overwhelming to-do list can be an invaluable … Continue reading
Kim DelGrosso’s trailblazing crossover studio model
There it is: that invisible line in the sand that typically divides ballroom studios from other types of dance studios. On the surface, it makes good business sense. After all, … Continue reading
Want to teach your dancers to pirouette with purpose? Get inspired by these successful dance fundraisers.
What happens when you combine tap dancing, a good cause and eight spunky women who also happen to be breast … Continue reading