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WHAT IS THE DANCELOOK APPRENTICE PROGRAM?

Started in 2018 as a program defining it's own category, DAP is establishing a new-aged, innovative educational program for dance students aspiring to become professional artists. A selected group of young dancers are chosen to participate in this program in order to learn from an exclusive curriculum that includes exciting experiences and meticulous evaluation. This program helps keep dancers inspired to pursue their talents, gain confidence, elevate their skill level and learn vital information in preparation for a professional career. DAP was created and is managed by directing choreographers,

Carlos Garland and Marisa Dolan

DAP 

PROJECTS

We provide a fun, purposeful and professional environment for our Apprentices. They consistently receive knowledge and enjoyment from our challenging & exciting goal-oriented projects. We teach them the discipline of professionalism and inspire them to keep passion for their art!

HOW DOES A DANCER BECOME AN APPRENTICE?

If you are interested in learning more about the program and having your child or student enrolled in DAP, they must attend a live audition for the program.

DANCER AUDITION PREREQUISITES:

  • Must have an aspiration towards a dance career.

  • Must attend dance classes weekly at an approved dance studio.

  • Must be the age of 11 - 20 years old

DAP is an educational program designed to help young dancers who already have basic dance training and performance experience, to develop new essential skills in order to make a career out of their art! This program is not affiliated with the training or experiences a dancer may receive from a conventional Dance Studio, Dance Competition or Convention. Dancelook recommends that any dancer wanting to be in DAP, train at an approved Dance Studio and have some experience participating in Dance Competitions and Conventions.

"The goal of DAP is to increase the overall skill potential of each apprentice in order that they may have greater chances for success in achieving a satisfactory dance career."

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