Anonymous asked: In response to your college search specifically for dance, Marymount Manhattan College has a pretty competitive dance program. It's my second choice.
missmeliss05 asked: Fordham College at Lincoln Center! we have a connection with Ailey :)
so-in-love-with-youu asked: So I'm starting to look into colleges, what colleges should I look into for dance in the NY, NJ, PA area....? and if do decided to major/minor in dance... what could I do with that when I'm older (i.e. Broadway, Rockettes...?)
bootsonconcrete asked: To both of those anons: The career of a back up dancer is not a very long or lucrative one. Like the girl said above, shoot for the stars, do something worth your while. And going to school for dance, IS worth it. There's always room for growth. If you're off the charts amazing, apply to Marymount Manhatten, NYU Tisch. Some really good colleges I know of, CSU Long Beach, San Francisco State University, where I go. Amazing teachers!
Anonymous asked: im 17 and need to start applying for colleges soon. i wanna pursue a dancing career, like a back up dancer or something like that..what is the best college out there for something of that sort?
justadistantdreamer asked: To the person who was asking about universities with good dance programs. I suggest ordering a copy of Dance Magazine's College Guide. It has listings and details on dance programs across the country, as well as information on how to better prepare yourself for auditions, financial aid, and what to expect once you're accepted. I believe the new issue is released in December or January.