Tuesday 29 November 2016
  • :
  • :

Wanderlust Dance Project

New Summer Dance Project coming to DFW! Our philosophy is to provide artistic opportunities for artists in the slower Summer months!

Wanderlust Dance Project is a summer dance project to provide opportunities for artists, to fuel the artistic process and build industry relationships.

We are committed to offering a supportive and encouraging environment so that each dancer can develop and discover their unique creative voice. Using classical and contemporary dancers ages 15-professional, and an amazing lineup of choreographers,This creative Project will culminate in an exciting public theater showing on Friday, July 22, 2016 at the historic Majestic Theatre in Dallas.

With artists in mind, we are creating a show for dancers and choreographers, to not only be rewarded creatively, but financially as well. Dance is a job, and a great one at that! Dancers should be paid for their time, hard work, and contribution of arts to our community.

For our pre-professional performers, we wanted to offer an amazing opportunity to perform, without fees to audition or participate. Our project is 100% funded by sponsors and donations.
About Project Creator:

Addison Reed

Addison spent her formative years studying ballet under Joyce Seaboryne-Bader, a.r.a.d. for the Royal Ballet School method (R.A.D.), where she passed all exams with Honors.

Her training includes: Royal Ballet School, American Ballet Theatre NYC, Joffrey Ballet NYC (year-round scholarship), Austin Ballet (scholarship), and Mignon Furman’s American Academy of Ballet (full scholarship).

Addison performed with FWDB/Texas Ballet Theatre, where she danced with the corps de ballet in several full length classical ballets.

While studying for her BFA on scholarship at Southern Methodist University, she performed in several pieces (ballet, modern, jazz) and was the only female freshman cast by guest artist Jimmy Gamonet de los Heros for his trio piece “Tango Tonto”.

She developed her jazz/contemporary skills training under her school’s guest choreographer Alan Sherfield, co-owner of West Coast Dance Explosion. During her competitive years, Addison was awarded several prizes and scholarships (Edge, Steps, BDC) including Grande Prize in an international ballet competition in NYC.

Addison has worked professionaly in both LA, Europe and NY, dancing in various shows, industrials, commercials, film, TV and music videos. Credits include: Natasha Bedingfield Europe, Muse, My Chemical Romance, McDonald’s, Toshiba, Gold Bond, JcPenney, Law and Order, Prison Break, Life Ball, and L.A. Choreographer’s Carnival.

Addison also has Equity Musical Theatre and Opera credits including Carmen, Amahl and the Night Visitor, Radio City’s Christmas Spectacular, The King and I, West Side Story, Fame, Funny Girl and Showboat. She has choreographed and performed as a guest artist for contemporary companies as well as industrials and commercials. She currently works as a dance convention teacher and judge in both America and Canada, and is a sought after choreographer.

Addison is known for her never-ending positive energy in the warm and encouraging environment she creates, whether at a private lesson, studio session, or convention ballroom. Her goal is to inspire young dancers and to change their mind-body approach and encourage longevity and artistry.
Link to the Project:

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

A blog about Wordpress design, development , Software and inspiration