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  1. Hi there I'm 18 yrs old and currently training to become a dance teacher with the IDTA. I'm currently learning IDTA intermediate ballet and once I've done my exam will be doing the pre-associate and associate for it. I've heard you can become an RAD teacher once I'm IDTA qualified, I don't know if this is true? I hope so! Anyway I just have a few questions to see what people think - I've done RAD ballet my whole life ever since I was 5, but I've never done tap and modern exams I've done performances in tap, modern, street etc but not exams. I know its a silly question but one day I'm going to have to make the decision, what sounds better: An RAD dance school with just ballet exams and tap and modern non-syllabus OR shall I do all the IDTA theatre associates so theres exams in IDTA ballet, tap and modern? I don't feel very confident teaching tap and modern syllabus work because I've obviously never done the exams. Which one would you rather take your child to or sounds better? Thank you
  2. We are a casting agency based in London UK and are currently looking for Classical Ballet Dancers of Chinese heritage for a commercial that is set to shoot in May, in Prague. If you think yourself, or a friend, may be suitable, please email us via the details below! Role: Female ballet dancer of Chinese heritage Job: Commercial Shoot: 2-4 days In May ( Shooting likely in Prague) Fee: This is not currently confirmed but a good fee will be offered & all expenses covered. Please email us a picture & any videos you might have including your contact details. email: louise@marksummers.com Please would you pass on these details to anyone you know who may be suitable so they can contact us for more information. Thanks Louise Mason Casting Associate Mark Summers Casting T: +44 (0)207 229 8413 F: +44 (0)207 385 4585 E: louise@marksummers.com M: 07717 865627 W: www.marksummers.com Twitter:www.twitter.com/lou_marksummers Facebook:www.facebook.com/louisemarksummers
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