Psychological Study: Walking Down a City Street

psychological study about walking down a city street

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Outreach Program with The School of Pennsylvania Ballet

3/3/17 Just yesterday, the Level 8 and Trainee Program of the School of Pennsylvania Ballet performed at the Montessori Children's House in Horsham, PA. Our lovely audience was a small group of children ages 2-6 years old. My class performed several pieces for the young students, including sections from Faust, La fille mal gardée, Le Corsaire and a … Continue reading Outreach Program with The School of Pennsylvania Ballet

Quick Update on Life as a Ballerina

After a successful 32 performances, Nutcracker season is finally over! My blog posts have been non-existent over the past two months because I spent literally all of my time rehearsing, touring, performing and sleeping. But now that that's all over with and a new year has begun, expect many more posts in the future! Here is a quick, … Continue reading Quick Update on Life as a Ballerina

Tour Day 2: Nutty Nutcracker Rehearsals

Did someone say rehearsal from noon to 10 PM?! You know you are the midst of Nutcracker season when the rehearsal schedule calls for lengthy days. Lots of starting and stopping, spacing and adjusting. Rehearsals are for making mistakes and then correcting them in preparation for the performances. The lighting, sets, music and dancers all … Continue reading Tour Day 2: Nutty Nutcracker Rehearsals

Tour Day 1: Caffeine, The Crucible & Greater Cleveland

Finally, after a 7-hour trip, The Pennsylvania Ballet has arrived safely in Cleveland, OH. We have an exciting day ahead of us tomorrow; Class in the morning with the artistic director, Angel Corella, and then a full dress rehearsal in the theatre. I am eager to perform The Nutcracker on a different stage and in … Continue reading Tour Day 1: Caffeine, The Crucible & Greater Cleveland