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Thank you for being patient while CGDT is on hiatus. In the meantime, find out what Chard has been up to… 1) redeveloping a dance studio, 2) connecting with the San Gabriel Valley community, 3) directing, managing, marketing, and teaching at Dance Corner. It’s been a super fun summer putting together the business plan. Take a look at some of our social media content. THE DANCER CORNER STUDENTS ARE…

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Audition Realness

The audition for “Eye Candy” at Pieter Performance Space last Friday was amazing! I was truly grateful to witness this talented group of artists as they brought some major dance audition realness! Everyone gave so much of themselves to the process. The richness of expression and diversity was so clearly represented throughout the 2-hour session. As a director, this was the most inspiring evening and also the most difficult….

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Audition Tips

audition tips

Audition Tip #1️⃣️ Relax. The more relaxed you are, the more fun you will have. If you do your homework, you’ll know what’s expected during the audition. And no surprises = more opportunity for success. Audition Tip #2️⃣ Breathe! I know it’s easy to forget, especially under pressure. But when focused on deep breathing you will have a better chance at relaxing throughout the audition. Audition Tip #️3️⃣ Ask…

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New Board Member

CGDT is proud to welcome Andrea Dashiell to our Board of Directors. Andi was a professional dancer in Las Vegas for 14 years. She performed with The Nevada Dance Theater, OPUS, The New Works Dance Project, MGM Theme Park, and The Siegfried and Roy show at the Mirage Hotel. Andi earned a BA in Dance and has taught at The Las Vegas Performing Arts High School and Dance Fusion. Other…

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9th Anniversary

2018 marks our 9th Anniversary! Will you come celebrate with us? Come watch a performance, sponsor an artist, take a class, or join us as we help provide access to dance training for all. In 2009, we performed “ATAWii” and “SENSITIVE BOYS” during our first official year as a nonprofit organization. We even won an award for our Fringe Festival performance for Sensitive Boys. During our 2nd year we…

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