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    The Power of a Mid Day Nap!

    A twenty minute nap is a great way to hit the refresh button in the middle if the day. All it takes is a pair of eye patches, some headphones or earplugs, a blanket and a pillow....

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    “Hard Work Always Pays Off”

    Dancer and DDS model Jennie Palomo just got some very exciting news – she’s going to her dream school, Juilliard! We had the chance to ask her a few questions about what got her to this milestone...

    • Posted 3 days ago
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    Madison Oliver Shares Her Tips For Success at Your Summer Intensive!

    At a recent photo shoot Dance Life got to sit down with dancer Madison Oliver and ask her a couple questions. Along with sharing about her dance training, and future goals, she gave us some really great...

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    Public Preview Performance on Broadway!

    This past Friday, March 13, 2015, An American In Paris opened for public preview performances at the Palace Theater on Broadway. The mood was electric on stage and in the audience.  The audience loved the show and...

    • Posted 2 weeks ago
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    Our Show’s New Home on Broadway!

    The cast and crew of An American In Paris has moved into the Palace Theater. It’s a beautiful Broadway theater in the heart of Times Square. The gold paint, chandeliers and red carpet really make it feel...

    • Posted 2 weeks ago
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    Back in the Big Apple!

    I am thrilled to be back in New York City rehearsing for An American in Paris. The rehearsals are going great! We’re ready to leave the rehearsal studio and start rehearsing in the Palace Theater. I’m so...

    • Posted 4 weeks ago
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    The Snow Doesn’t Fall in San Fran!

    Moving from San Francisco to New York City in the wintertime is pretty extreme. I went from 70 degrees and sunny in San Francisco, to 10 degrees and snow in New York City! On the first day...

    • Posted 1 month ago
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