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A Dancer's Guide Podcast Returns for Season 2

  • South East, Online
  • combined arts, dance, theatre, Podcast, Performance, Choreography
  • Brittany Chalk adancersguide00@gmail.com

Description

A dance podcast that inspires, informs and empowers dancers by sharing stories and experiences of industry professionals.


Season 2 of “A Dancer’s Guide” Podcast, hosted by Brittany Chalk, is set to launch on Friday, May 7, 2021 with the first episode highlighting the benefits of Goal Setting and Mentorship featuring worldwide Performer, Choreographer and Dance Mentor, Gigi Torres. (Choreography credits: So You Think You Can Dance Scandinavia, Ukraine, & Poland, SMASH, Vanity Fair)

“A Dancer’s Guide” Podcast is one branch of the greater “A Dancer’s Guide” Platform, founded in 2019 by former Professional Dancer, Brittany Chalk. On Season 2 of the podcast, Brittany and her featured guests will continue sharing their stories, experiences, and advice with performers all over the world. Each episode will discuss a different dance related topic in one of the following three categories:

1. Different performing opportunities available to dancers
2. Issues that dancers face within the industry
3. Broader topics that extend beyond the dance world

A few episode topics set for season 2 are:

- Body Image and Acceptance
- Males in the Industry
- Fueling your Body for Optimal Performance
- Performing as a Back Up Dancer
- Owning a Dance Studio

For more information please visit adancersguide.com; follow and engage with us on Instagram @adancersguideofficial and Facebook.

Tune in for the first episode of the A Dancer’s Guide Podcast Season 2 Friday, May 7, 2021

Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Google Podcasts


Season 2 Trailer available Friday, April 30, 2021 on all podcast platforms.



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