Sharon Wendrow

Ms. Wendrow, a current Board Member, and Member of Dancers Over 40,  was a member of Radio City Music Hall’s  Corps de Ballet in the 1960’s. Also in the 60’s, she did background work in several classic movies including; “Splendor in the Grass” that starred Natalie Wood, and “The Young Savages” that starred Burt Lancaster. She taught dance for over 45 years, and was the owner and director of her own dance studio, “Ballet to Broadway”, where she taught, produced and created all of the “Ballet to Broadway  Shows” for 20 years, from 1980-2000. In 2000, she joined the Hannah Kroner School of Dance. There she began and created classes in Musical Theatre and Pilates style stretch. Along with those classes, she currently teaches; ballet, advanced and adult; tap, teen and adult; and adult jazz. Each year she choreographs several dances for the Kroner Shows. In the 1970’s and 1980’s she choreographed “Sweet Charity”, “Gypsy” and “Guys and Dolls” for Dinner and Community Theatres. She has also developed shows and demonstrations for clubs, churches, department stores, Temples and various organizations.

In the 1990’s she was featured in her local newspaper for owning and running two area businesses. She was highlighted for owning, teaching and directing her dance studio, “Ballet to Broadway”. She also owned and ran a local Antique Store, travelling to antique doll and toy shows, including the fantastic Atlantic City and fabulous Triple Pier shows in NYC, which encompassed all forms of antique and specialty categories. She managed both of those businesses while being a wife, caregiver, home maker, mother of two children, and mom to several cats and dogs throughout the last few decades - a true tour de force!

Ms. Wendrow is available professionally for: acting, light dancing, and commercials; and can also offer: Master Classes in Ballet, Ballet for Seniors, Pilates style stretch for Seniors, Lectures on Ballet History, and an inspiring Q & A, and talk about her life, “How I Got from There to Here”!

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