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Dancers can now join a new innovative website focused on Dancing

By Public Relations

Toronto, ON November 10, 2006 The smash hit TV program, 'So You Think You Can Dance,' has helped to create a dancing phenomenon across North America. And what aspiring dancer wouldn't want to showcase their skills to millions of viewers and vie for a chance to join Celine Dion's show in Las Vegas?

This is the stuff that dreams are made of. Not since the era of the Hollywood musical extravaganza of the mid twentieth century, starring artists such as Fred Astaire, Gene Kelly and Ginger Rogers, has dancing been at the forefront of pop culture.

Dancers are one of the most disciplined, creative and strongest athletes in the world. Aspiring dancers don their tights and begin to learn the ancient art of dance, often beginning at the tender age of four or five. From those early lessons, a dream is born and a life-long quest begins. Whether tap, jazz, ballet or modern dance, the dancer's body is driven to extremes and contorts itself all in an effort to tell a story.

By registering with New Dancer on the web at allows these talented performers to profile themselves to industry professionals around the world. This site is where the dance industry meets, to share experiences and foster a sense of community with others who share their passion and drive.

This new and innovative website enables new talent to emerge from the shadows and dancers now have a vehicle to display and promote their talents.

About New Dancer:
New Dancer is more than just a static directory of Dance Professionals. Our members join to foster a sense of community and to communicate with others who have share similar aspirations, interests and goals.

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