A: ... "I view choreography as the act of exploring ideas using space, time, and physical-mental-emotional effort. I apply my choreographic skills to create more traditional dance work or movement direct plays, with exactly the same mindset as I do when I construct a stress management training session for financial advisors or survivors of domestic violence. In this way, I hope that JenEd represents the future of dance. We are training far more dancers than there are companies or resources to sustain. Therefore, it is imperative to understand the utility of our training beyond the studio. I see the future of dance containing individuals who are articulate, who know their value, and can easily work on and off the stage."
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