The Dance Lynk: Classroom to Career

Cultural literacy and innovative collaborations

The international language of dance is a unique means of expression in a global world. The breadth of concentrations and internships provide opportunities and preparation for graduate school and careers. With exposure to a variety of cultures and ideas, students investigate innovative collaborations within the study of dance. They often seek experiences abroad that stretch their perspective and enhance the depth of their artistic experiences.

Dancer Spotlight Zoé Emilie Henrot
Zoé Emilie Henrot '12: one of my favorite aspects of SPCB is the fact the Company artists have a voice in every aspect of each performance.
Rebecca Malcolm-Nai '87, Adjunct Faculty
Rebecca Malcolm-Naib '87: the dance program at MHC nurtured and launched my multi-faceted career in dance.
Cassandra Cushman
Cassandra Cushman ’08: I learned lessons that have carried me to New York City, on to film, to the stages of The Public and Roundabout theaters and beyond.