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Tulsa Ballet
Find Tulsa Ballet (above) below, under Oklahoma.

Summer Study Guide

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Studio Rental & Other Services

Keystone Dance Studio for Dance & Theater rehearsals, classes & workshops, body arts, & photo shoots: 252 West 30th Street, #4B, New York, NY 10001. Convenient to the 1, 2, 3, A, E, C, Q, R, N, & F trains. 20 x 30 foot sprung wooden floor, ballet barre, natural light, mirrors, CD & cassette player, Ipod sound system, WiFi. Reasonable rates: $20/hr for four or fewer dancers; $22/hr for five or more; $24/hr for workshop or class. Discounted rates for off-peak hours. 48-hour cancellation policy. Contact us by clicking here.

Available for rental in New York: Keystone Dance Studio. See above for details and contact info.

Online Resources

Learn Labanotation! Explore Labanlab -- the free, Web-based laboratory for learning dance notation. Find scores, videos, and music -- all at your disposal to further your knowledge of dance notation. Visit www.dance.ohio- state.edu/labanlab and get moving! Sponsored by the Dance Notation Bureau Extension, Department of Dance at the Ohio State University.

Touring Shows

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Schools, Colleges, Companies, Artists, & Teachers

The Star-Ledger's Robert Johnson calls Donna Scro Gentile / Freepace Dance "astonishing and wonderfully gratifying." Above: Donna Scro Gentile as captured by Lois Greenfield. Photo copyright Lois Greenfield. More info here or below under New Jersey.


Louisville Academy of Dance
Kristen Wenrick, Director
Jefferson Trade Center
3600 Chamberlain Lane, Suite 354
Louisville, KY 40241
Phone: 502-425-7454
E-mail: kristen@LADballet.com
Website: www.LADballet.com
Providing professional training for students ages 3 - Adult in Ballet, Pointe, Tap, and Jazz. Offering Open Division classes for recreation and Academy Division classes for the more serious student.


University of Massachusetts Amherst
Department of Music and Dance
Dance Program
11 Totman Building
30 Eastman Lane
Amherst MA 01003-9258
Thomas Vacanti & Paul Dennis, Co-Directors
Phone: 413-545-6064
E-mail for Professor Vacanti: Click here.
E-mail for Professor Dennis: Click here.
Website: Click here.
The UMass Dance Program is committed to educating the contemporary dance major through physical, creative, and theoretical scholarship. Our BFA and BA degrees in Choreography and Performance create an environment that embraces inquiry, rigor and risk. Admission to the program is by audition only. The Dance Program is also a member of the Five College Dance Department, enabling students to take classes and perform at Amherst, Hampshire, Mount Holyoke, and Smith Colleges.

New Jersey

Donna Scro Gentile/Freespace Dance
Donna Scro Gentile, Artistic Director
P.O. Box 43657
Upper Montclair, NJ 07043
Phone: 973-743-8078
Website: www.freespacedance.com
"Astonishing and wonderfully gratifying." -- Robert Johnson, Star-Ledger.

New York

Arthur Aviles Typical Theatre
c/o BAAD!
841 Barretto Street
Bronx, NY 10474
Phone: 718-842-5223
Arthur Aviles, artistic director
Web site: www.ArthurAvilesTypicalTheatre.org
E-mail: AATT@mail.com
Booking info: E-mail: rice-gonzalez@usa.net
"One of the great modern dancers of the past 15 years."
-- The New York Times
Available for residencies and touring.

Ohio University Dance offers BFA and BA degrees and dance minors in Somatics, Performance and History, with concentrations in Choreography and Performance. More info here or below under Ohio. Photography by Larry Coleman.


Ohio University
School of Dance, Film & Theater
Putnam Hall
Athens, OH 45701
Director: Travis Gatling
Phone: 740-593-1826
Fax: 740-593-0749
Web site: www.finearts.ohio.edu/dance/
E-mail: dance@ohiou.edu
Tuition, 2015-16: $10,536 per year, resident; $19,500 per year, non-resident. Room and board, 2015-16: $11,288. Degrees: BFA, BA, minor in Dance Somatics, Performance, and History. Concentrations: Choreography, Performance. Admission to the program is by talent audition, held this academic year November 14, 2015, and January 23, 2016; entrance audition also serves as scholarship audition. Ohio University: Look if you like, but... leap: dance@ohiou.edu.


Tulsa Ballet
Marcello Angelini, Artistic Director
4512 S. Peoria
Tulsa, OK 74105
Phone: 918-749-6030
Fax: 918-749-0532
Website: www.tulsaballet.org
E-mail: admin@tulsaballet.org
For more than 50 years, Tulsa Ballet has been at the forefront of setting the standard for professional dance in Oklahoma, the United States and even the world. The current season continues that journey as the company presents works by the world's most well-known choreographers. The International Press raves, "Tulsa Ballet... one of the best in the world." New! Tulsa Ballet's Center for Dance Education is hiring a School Principal. Curriculum is Vaganova-based, therefore teachers versed in the Vaganova method are preferred. E-mail resumes to Ms. Dalva Neal.


Slippery Rock University Dance Dept.
Slippery Rock, PA 16057
BFA and BA in Dance, Dance Minor
(724) 738-2036
Fax: (724) 738-4524
Website: www.sru.edu
Dance Dept. web page: click here
Dance major focus on Performing, Choreography and Teaching, with additional emphasis on Dance Technology and Wellness. The BFA in Dance expands artistic training at the advanced level and includes entrepreneurial skills development in Business Administration.

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