What should I include on my dance resume?

Think of your resume and your calling card.  In many ways, it’s as important as your headshot in an audition setting.  So much emphasis is placed on headshots—what photographer to shoot with, how to do your hair and makeup, what to wear, etc.  But a thorough, clean, and professional resume is just as vital in helping you land the job.  Your resume should be printed in legible black ink on plain white paper cut, like your resume, to measure 8 x 10 inches.  Casting directors usually prefer a separate resume paper stapled to your headshot (rather than simply printing your resume on the back of your resume) so they can tear it off, if needed.  Here is a list of other necessities and optional add-ons to make your resume stand out from the crowd (in a good way!)…READ MORE

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