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Dugan studied at Sacramento Ballet, Boston Ballet, Pacific Northwest Ballet and San Francisco Ballet gabellini dance shoes. After high school, she danced professionally with American Festival Ballet. She then attended Stanford University, where she earned a BA in economics and an MA in dance education. In 1993, while a student there, Dugan founded Cardinal Ballet, Stanford’s first ballet company. In 1999, she opened the American Academy of Ballet. “That was something I always had in mind to do, even when I was a professional dancer, because I felt, a lot of times, the environment was not as healthy as it could be. I’d always wanted to make a change in dance and do it in a healthier way, both with the training methods, as well as the whole psychological, spiritual aspect of it, so that people are mentored and supported as they become artists..
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Valuable lessons await Dugan’s students. “For example, in ‘Nutcracker,’ there are different roles kids want to achieve. Then there’s disappointment that comes sometimes, when they don’t get it and they see their friend get the part. But then we try to talk them through that and just say, ‘Hang on, keep working toward your goal.’ And often they will. And they will end up achieving a goal that they wanted gabellini dance shoes. That’s something that is very, very important for kids to understand. The work ethic has to be there. You pour your heart into it and often that will pay off.”..
Dugan’s own three children, ages 3, 8 and 12, have experienced the fun of dance. “The youngest, Joya, is taking pre-ballet classes and dancing around the house all the time. Jacqueline, our middle one, will be one of the dancing children in ‘The Nutcracker.’ The oldest, Jacob, who plays football and wrestles, might play the Nutcracker Prince. “I wanted him to be comfortable in his body, so I encouraged him strongly to take dance classes. One of his principals last year at Redeemer Lutheran School, Mr. (Michael) Mancini, had been a kicker for the 49ers. He said he had taken ballet and it had really improved his flexibility, which helped him be a better punter. And he said it right in front of my son gabellini dance shoes. I just had this big smile,” Dugan says, laughing..