Jaclyn Brown has been a professional dancer with Repertory Dance Theater in Salt Lake City for six years, during which time she has been a dancer, soloist, choreographer, rehearsal director and a new mom. Check out her episode and bonus content to hear all about how having baby affected her career and body, and about her dance style, insights and experiences.
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- Post published:May 12, 2020
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Liz is the producer and host of both the entertainment podcast "In the Telling," and the webseries "She Made Me Do It." She is a produced playwright, theater director, choreographer, stage and screen actress, avid reader, listener and insatiably curious. The aim of all her artistic endeavors is to grow community through local storytelling and entertainment.