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Amanda Johnson '18

My name is Amanda and I’m a junior art major with a concentration in photography.  While art and photography are my passions I also enjoy politics, law and the psychology.  At the start of my freshman year, my parents had a baby.  I’m very excited to spend time with my little brother, work for my internship and a movie theatre, and see my friend’s from home.  This summer I hope to learn more about photography and explore New York City.  This internship will give me insight on what it means to be a stage director and a choreographer on and off-Broadway.  SDCF is an important organization that produces special director choreographer events, fellowships, and professional development programs, like the Observership Program.  Working with Stage Directors and Choreographers Foundation (SDCF) will also allow me to meet other artists to learn how they have perfected their craft and he tools they used to guide their careers. 

Amanda Johnson

Amanda Johnson '18

Stage Directors and Choreographers Foundation

Major: Art

 

 
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