Scaling the 'Heights'

Sagolla, Lisa Jo
August 2008
Back Stage East;8/7/2008, Vol. 49 Issue 32, p9
Trade Publication
The article offers career tips from choreographer Andy Blankenbuehler in order to gain prominence in the field of dancing. According to Blankenbuehler, an individual must do everything to get his or her work seen by everybody in the industry. He stated that he did not chose the road of assisting and he never worked with the same people twice. Moreover, he was moving always to projects that he found interesting, making him work with different people and the information yield a result.


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