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Proma Ray bridges tradition with innovation in dance

Proma Ray bridges tradition with innovation in dance

From instructing in North Carolina to opening her own dance education company, Cassandra Springs has over 20 years of dance training and professional theater, film and competitive experience; fusing her passion for teaching and mentorship into the evolution of her dreams. 

Shoccara Marcus and Tamara Irving shine a light on Black pioneers in the dance industry

Shoccara Marcus and Tamara Irving shine a light on Black pioneers in the dance industry

From instructing in North Carolina to opening her own dance education company, Cassandra Springs has over 20 years of dance training and professional theater, film and competitive experience; fusing her passion for teaching and mentorship into the evolution of her dreams. 

Mathematics in Motion: Math professor Evans Harrell and his team use the art of dance to engage with audiences

Mathematics in Motion: Math professor Evans Harrell and his team use the art of dance to engage with audiences

From instructing in North Carolina to opening her own dance education company, Cassandra Springs has over 20 years of dance training and professional theater, film and competitive experience; fusing her passion for teaching and mentorship into the evolution of her dreams. 

Full Radius Dance: Turning tradition on its head

Full Radius Dance: Turning tradition on its head

“Your body is perfect, your body has undiscovered movement, your body can experience dance.” The words roll off the tongue like a mantra for Douglas Scott, founder and artistic director of Full Radius Dance. This is one of the company’s statements of purpose, and much like Scott’s body of work, it reveals his dedication to reshaping the way we talk about dance in the modern world. His company deconstructs widely-held standards in Western dance and places accessibility at the center of its mission. 

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