Sustaining Creativity Podcast

Austin Sora

February 02, 2021 Mari Reisberg/Max Peterson Season 1 Episode 44
Sustaining Creativity Podcast
Austin Sora
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Sustaining Creativity Podcast
Austin Sora
Feb 02, 2021 Season 1 Episode 44
Mari Reisberg/Max Peterson

Creativity throughthe lens of a dancer

"Creativity is a way of living and being in the world. Where you see challenges as opportunities."

Originally from Toronto, Canada, Austin was most recently seen in the North American tour of The Phantom of the Opera. Prior to that, she was a company member with Bruce Wood Dance for three years. Other credits include "A Chorus Line" (Connie), Buglisi Dance Theatre, as well as pre-production for The Public Theater and Disney Cruise Line.
Austin began her professional training at Canada’s National Ballet School and earned a BFA in Dance from Marymount Manhattan College, where she also minored in Arts Management. Upon graduation, she was the recipient of Marymount's coveted Gold Key Award for excellence in dance.
Outside of performing, Austin is the Development Associate at Artists Striving to End Poverty (ASTEP), a New York City based organization that connects visual and performing artists with children in under-resourced communities, teaching important life skills through the arts. She is also the creator of Studio A, an online guide to the logistics of a career in dance or musical theatre.
http://www.austinsora.com
http://www.astep.org
@austin.sora (Insta + TikTok)
@studioa.dancers
@asteponline 

Show Notes

Creativity throughthe lens of a dancer

"Creativity is a way of living and being in the world. Where you see challenges as opportunities."

Originally from Toronto, Canada, Austin was most recently seen in the North American tour of The Phantom of the Opera. Prior to that, she was a company member with Bruce Wood Dance for three years. Other credits include "A Chorus Line" (Connie), Buglisi Dance Theatre, as well as pre-production for The Public Theater and Disney Cruise Line.
Austin began her professional training at Canada’s National Ballet School and earned a BFA in Dance from Marymount Manhattan College, where she also minored in Arts Management. Upon graduation, she was the recipient of Marymount's coveted Gold Key Award for excellence in dance.
Outside of performing, Austin is the Development Associate at Artists Striving to End Poverty (ASTEP), a New York City based organization that connects visual and performing artists with children in under-resourced communities, teaching important life skills through the arts. She is also the creator of Studio A, an online guide to the logistics of a career in dance or musical theatre.
http://www.austinsora.com
http://www.astep.org
@austin.sora (Insta + TikTok)
@studioa.dancers
@asteponline