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OK, Here's my default bio: Co-artistic Director of the Emma Willard Dance Company, Sue Lauther, currently teaches ballet, contact improvisation and contemporary dance at Emma Willard School. She has taught dance around the world (Taiwan, New Zealand, Jordan, Ecuador, Costa Rica, Argentina) and the nation in such places as Saint Mary’s College in Indiana, Northwestern State University in Louisiana, Lane Community College in Oregon, Weber State University in Utah, Utah State University, and the University of Illinois, where she received an M.F.A. She has served as a guest teacher and choreographer for projects around the nation. Ms. Lauther has a special focus in developing the creative spirit in those around her. This is apparent in her teaching philosophy, choreography, and collaborative projects. She encourages her dancers to bring a part of themselves to her pieces in an effort to see themselves as artists. Ms. Lauther’s choreography encompasses a broad range of styles and perspectives— from playful to pensive, zany to formal.
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