Brittany Delany, a dance artist in Los Angeles, shares the many ways her life intersects with the performing arts, and how she views her work as always making and being made.
Danielle Reddick, a performer in Santa Fe, NM, shares how she found a way to work creatively and sustainably after experiencing burnout from touring in a Broadway production.
Julia Cost, a dancer, painter, and textile designer in Maui, recounts the various iterations of “making it” she’s experienced pursuing dance.
Deaf Bay Area-based dancer Zahna Simon describes her feeling of “making it” in dance when she found a Deaf dance community.
After recovering from what was likely coronavirus, Washington DC-based sand dancer Donne Lewis describes how her goals of “making it” as a dancer have shifted.