|Nora Clark, 22, is originally from rural Vermont where she danced with the New England Dance Ensembleand The Company at Dancers’ Corner from age 6 to 18. There she competed and performed nationally in ballet, jazz and tap. She received scholarships and titles from dance organizations such as New York City Dance Alliance andAmerican Dance Awards. In 2005, Nora was honored to teach a tribute class for the late Dr. Leonard Reed at the St. Louis Tap Festival and The L.A. Tap Fest. In 2006, she moved to Chicago to attend Columbia College and began dancing with M.A.D.D. Rhythms, where she is now a principal dancer and choreographer. Television and film appearances include local news performances on WGN and ABC and “The Simpsons Movie” premier. Nora has choreographed for The Detroit Tap Repertory, The Company at Dancers’ Corner and taught and performed at the2010 St. Louis Tap Festival. In May of 2010, Nora graduated with honors from Columbia College Chicago, receiving her Bachelors of Arts in Writing and Producing. She is currently working at Long Tail Media Group as a producer for the Internet broadcast, sketch comedy show, Friday Nite Bytes.
Nora’s Blog coming soon.
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