November 3, 2017 to November 5, 2017
Master Class and Talk Back
Experience and Discuss:
- getting yourself ready
- attitudes/what we see on the other side
- knowing how you learn best
- following up and making connections
- not burning out/realities of a competitive field
Taught by DEMAN presenter and Duke alum Elisa Schreiber
Where: The Ark Dance Studio, East Campus, When: 1:00-2:30 pm, Free and Open to All!
Meet Alum Elisa Schreiber! Elisa, T’05, professional dance artist in NYC and internationally, will be in the DEMAN Lounge, on Saturday, November 4 in the Bryan Center at The Landing (below the University Store) during 12:45-1:45 pm. The DEMAN Lounge is an informal “open living room” space to check-in for industry sessions, chat with students and alumni, and grab snacks and coffee. Take advantage of her wealth of experience. Ask her all of your questions and talk to her one-on-one.
Elisa Schreiber hails from St. Louis, Missouri. She holds a BA in English and a minor in dance from Duke University. Since graduating from Duke in 2005, Elisa has had the pleasure of performing solo works by Anna Sokolow, Doris Humphrey, and Jose Limón. Elisa has worked with national and international modern and contemporary companies, including Kathryn Alter and Dancers, 277 Dance Project, Dance by Alan Danielson, the Sokolow Dance/Theatre Ensemble, Dance Heginbotham, and was a guest artist with the Limón Dance Company from 2011-2015. Currently, Elisa works with Sue Bernhard Danceworks and the Swiss-based Flowingdancecompany and is on faculty at the Limón Institute at Peridance and Marymount Manhattan College in New York.
Photo by Yi-Chun Wu