Family friendly environment, competitive pay, flexible hours, room for career advancement, fun students who love to learn.
The Twisted Tales program is one of my favorites at Not Just Dance. I like to call this class the preperatory class because the students are learning the language and skills that they will need when they are ready to move on to our year long musical theatre classes. I love guiding these students through the exercises, watching them soak up all of the information, and learning about theatre through play (games). By the time that we begin working on their show, these students have a strong foundation of theatre knowledge. I have seen shy or unconfident students grow into bold unhindered young artists who are unafraid to take chances and become the character they are portraying. They learn to think and ask abstract questions about characterizations and theatre concepts and it never ceases to amaze me what their young, imaginative minds can come up with during our rehearsals. I am truly proud to teach, guide, and direct these young artists every class.
Clearly the kiddos are fantastic, that’s a must. But there’s also always something going on at the studio, and it reminds you that your role is part of something major for these kids and their families. As they say, you know you’ve found a good job when it doesn’t feel like work. Found it 🙂
I consider myself a new member of the Not Just Dance Team, but I already feel like family. The staff and students have been extremely welcoming, and have given me a place to teach, learn, and grow. The environment is full of life end makes for a great place to work. Leadership has worked endlessly to ensure that everyone is safe during this pandemic, and I’m extremely grateful to have found a new home here. I have grown personally and as an artist as a result of my time here, and I’m excited to see what the future holds here at Not Just Dance!