Schools, Studios, Colleges, Universities, Companies, Teachers, Dancers Choreographers, Somatic Practices, Movement Arts, Dance Medicine, Yoga

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Schools, Studios, Colleges, Universities, Companies, Teachers, Dancers Choreographers, Somatic Practices, Movement Arts, Dance Medicine, Yoga


Contents United States 82 International 93 Somatic Practices, Movement Arts, Dance Medicine, and Yoga 94

United States

ALABAMA

ALABAMA BALLET Wes Chapman, Artistic Director Alice Cox, Director of External Affairs 2726 1st Avenue South, Birmingham, AL 35233 (205) 322-4300; Fax (205) 322-4444 www.alabamaballet.org

ALABAMA DANCE THEATRE Kitty Seale, Dir. Haynes Owens, Ballet Master Located at Armory Learning Arts Center 1018 Madison Ave., Montgomery, AL 36104 (334) 241-2590; Fax (334) 241-2504 Web: www.alabamadancetheatre.com

ALABAMA SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS Therese Laeger, Dance Chair Classical & full academic program, grades 7-12 Preparatory Dance Program, ages 8-15 1800 8th Ave. North Birmingham, AL 35203 (205) 252-9241; fax 251-9541 www.asfa.k12.al.us

BIRMINGHAM-SOUTHERN COLLEGE BA Dance/Dance Education Certif., minor. Mira Popovich, Dir. (205) 226-4945; 900 Arkadelphia Road, Birmingham, AL 35254; www.bsc.edu

COMMUNITY BALLET SCHOOL Huntsville Ballet Company David E. Herriott, Artistic Director Keren T. Gibb, School of Associate Director P.O. Box 373, Huntsville, AL 35804 (256) 539-0961 www.huntsvilleballet.org

MOBILE BALLET, INC. Winthrop Corey, Artistic Director 4351 Downtowner Loop, N., Mobile, AL 36609; (251) 342-2241; Fax (251) 343-8289

MONTGOMERY BALLET Official Performing Ballet Company of the City of Montgomery. Priscilla Crommelin-Ball, Artistic Dir./School Dir. Oskar Antunez, Ballet Master, 6009 E. Shirley Ln., Montgomery, AL 36117; (334) 409-0522; montgomeryballet@yahoo.com; www.montgomeryballet.com

SOUTHEAST ALABAMA DANCE COMPANY Tracy Solomon, Artistic Director Located - Dothan School of Dance 2867 Fortner St., Dothan, AL 36305 (334) 794-5926

THE UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA American Ballet Theatre Summer Intensive Radio City Rockette Summer Intensive Alabama Repertory Dance Theatre BA, Dance Performance/Choreography Box 870239, Tuscaloosa, AL 35487-0239 Faculty: Eddie Barnes-Director, Cornelius Carter, Rita Snyder, Richard Richards (205) 348-5283; ebarnes@theatre.as.ua.edu www.as.ua.edu/theatre

ALASKA

ALASKA DANCE THEATRE Alice Bassler Sullivan, Artistic Director 2602 Gambell Street, Anchorage, AK 99503 (907) 277-9591; Fax 274-3078; adt@gci.net

ANCHORAGE CLASSICAL BALLET ACAD. Artistic Director, Michelangelo Canale 501 W. International Airport Rd., Suite 22 Anchorage, AK 99518; (907) 569-3267

ARIZONA

ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY B.F.A, M.F.A. Dept. of Dance, College of Fine Arts, Box 870304, Tempe, AZ 85287-0304 (480) 965-5029; Fax (480) 965-2247 Web: http://herbergercollege.asu.edu/dance Email: asudance@asu.edu

BALLET ARTS Official school of Ballet Tucson Mary-Beth Cabana, Artistic Director 200 South Tucson Blvd. Tucson, AZ 85716; (520) 623-3373

BALLET YUMA Jon Cristofori & Kathleen Sinclair, Dir. Yuma Ballet Academy (928) 314-4762 P.O. Box 11121, Yuma, AZ 85366 www.balletyuma.org

THE INTERNATIONAL BALLET ACADEMY Joshua & Natasha Brooksher Artistic Directors Professional Training for Aspiring Dancers Classes Dr., Mesa, AZ; (480) 926-2527 or (480) 228-8097; infoIBA@cox.net & www.I-B-A.com

NINA MARLOW SCHOOL OF BALLET Classical ballet in the Russian tradition 3801 E. Shea Blvd., Phoenix, AZ 85028 (602) 996-8000

PLUMB PERFORMING ARTS CENTER Lisa Plumb, Director - (480) 661-7461. State of the art facility. Dance, Voice & Acting. Kids to Adult. 9153 E Bell Rd., Scottsdale, AZ 85260. ppac1497@msn.com www.plumbpac.com

SCHOOL OF BALLET ARIZONA Truman Finney, School Director, Ib Andersen, Artistic Dir.; Carter Alexander, Asst. School Dir. 3645 E. Indian School Rd., Phoenix, AZ 85018 Phone: (602) 381-0188 Fax: (602) 553-0690 Web: www.azballet.org

UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA Accredited NASD; BFA Dance Major/Minor Ballet/Jazz/Modern. MA, MFA Drama/Dance Faculty: Jory Hancock-Head, James Clouser, Amy Ernst, Nina Janik, Suzanne Knosp, Melissa Lowe, Susan Quinn, Michael Williams, Sam Watson. …

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