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Paula W. is a graduate of Walnut Hill School for the Arts (Design and Production), Pomona College (Dance and Theatre Management), The New School University (Screenwriting and 3rd World Cinema), and the Alvin Ailey School Professional Division.
She has taught English, reading, writing, musical theater, dance, and playwriting to students ages 3-adult in the US, Asia, Europe, and South America. She has also served as an English teacher for various corporations, including KPMG and MultiChannel. She currently writes for several online publications under her own byline, and is also a freelance voice over director. When not writing or directing, she is the Artistic Director of The International Partner Dance Intensive (TIPDI), a summer dance intensive for adult dancers that takes place each August in New York City.
Paula moved to South Korea in early 2009 where she directed and choreographed productions of “Annie” and “Peter Pan”, wrote English-language advertising copy, textbooks, subtitles, and scripts for children’s theater, taught dance, theater, Visual Art, and English for ages 3-adult, as well as continuing to perform her own work at various festivals. While in Asia, she received a grant from the Seoul Film Commission and Ohzemidong for her short dance film, “SPLIT”, a collaborative work with Korean filmmaker, Ji-Sun O. After leaving South Korea, she lived in Argentina for nine months performing and studying, while also serving as head writer for “Clave al Ingles”, an ESL educational series for adults. She then traveled to London, where she wrote educational programming for Human Focus, a workplace safety media company. Finally, she traveled to Dubai, where she taught graduate students and PhD candidates how to use theater in the ESL classroom as part of the TESOL Arabia Conference 2012. She returned to the US full time in April of 2012.
While my resume is attached, I'd love to tell you a little about myself. My education is in Theater from both Boston University and The London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts. This includes extensive training in acting, directing, writing, Meisner, Alexander Technique, production, dance, and entertainment history. After moving to New York, I quickly learned that my passions lay more in teaching performing arts rather than performing myself.
Teaching and helping others find tap into their creativity is a long rooted passion of mine. It began in Middle and High School when I was asked to choreograph the musicals in my town. I loved the challenge of visualizing a performance piece and explaining it to others. Witnessing a young person finally succeed in being free with their creativity is an extraordinary feeling.
I am excited to learn exactly what you/your child is looking to achieve within the performing arts and steadily guide you both grasping it.
Thanks for your time!
I love teaching dance, I have a charismatic personality and I believe everyone is a dancer.
Ekaterina is the owner of Bienvenue dance center and many top teacher awards holder. Champion and finalist of many world known competitions.
Her parent brought her to the dance studio at the age of 5 and she immediately fall in love with it. At the age of 10 she made her first choreography and decided to become pro dancer and instructor.
In 2008 she moved to United States and started her professional teaching carrier.
Now she is the owner of two beautiful studios in Midtown, NYC and Hoboken, NJ
I've been dancing for 3-4 years now and have taught people in the age range of 10-18 years. Most of my training is in hip hop choreography, but I've been studying ballet and contemporary movement this year as well. I'm pursuing a career path in the professional dance industry, but I also recently received my TESOL/TESL/TEFL Certificate so that I can teach ESL students! I started teaching English a few summers back to children in China and Korea from grades 3-6, as well as tutoring Japanese and Korean young adults/adults here and there.
I am an established professional dancer based in NYC and I enjoy sharing my love for dance through my teaching.
I am an ABTŪ Certified Teacher to teach Pre-Primary through Level 3 of the American Ballet Theater National Training Curriculum.
In my 7 years long teaching experience I have had the pleasure to help students get accepted into prestigious schools such as the Ailey/Fordham Program, The Mark Twain School for the Gifted and the Talented and The Ailey School.
I currently teach company class at Cherylyn Lavagnino Dance and I am a teaching artist for Rebecca Kelly Ballet Onstage program.
I have danced professionally at The Metropolitan Opera, Armitage Gone! Dance, Rebecca Kelly Ballet, Cherylyn Lavagnino Dance to name a few.
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