Articles by Jen Jones Donatelli
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
The glossy world of competition is known for developing star power in the dancers who inhabit it—and with good reason. After all, the convention floor provides an exciting place where dancers can truly hone and … Continue reading