Go Out of Your Way

We must all take responsibility to live up to the standards that we claim to live by. Go out of your way to focus on giving your students concepts, choreography, and music appropriate for their age level. It’s time! ~Rhee Gold

Let’s Not

Let’s not choreograph fouettés for students unable to do clean, technically correct double pirouettes. ~Rhee Gold

Not My Style

Some believe that good choreography is about turning more, jumping higher, and how far a dancer can stretch her leg behind her head. That’s not my style. ~Rhee Gold

My First Competition

At 10, I did my first competition dance, a duet to “Harrigan,” with my twin brother, Rennie. We loved the stage, the applause and the energy – and the fact that we remembered our choreography was quite a charge for us! ~Rhee Gold

One Moment

All that is important is this one moment in movement. Make the moment important, vital, and worth living. Do not let it slip away unnoticed and unused. ~Martha Graham

Genius Choreography

Create choreographic works where the audience cannot determine the difference between the strongest and the not as strong dancers because of your genius choreography. ~Rhee Gold


Real choreography is not a series of tricks strung together. ~Rhee Gold

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