School of Dance Communications & Engagement Associate
Blythe Drucker is a recent graduate of Barnard College where she majored in Comparative Literature (English & Spanish) and minored in Dance and Religion. Her senior thesis was titled "(En)Acting Aesthetic Violence: Revolutionary Techniques of Interwar Dramas in the US and Spain." She wrote for multiple campus publications including Hoot: Columbia University's Undergraduate Fashion Magazine and the Columbia Spectator. She has also been published on Jewish culture site Alma. As a student, Blythe performed as a member of the Columbia University Dance Team, Orchesis, and the Columbia University Ballet Ensemble. Previously, she has worked as an Assistant Residential Advisor with the Joffrey Ballet School Summer Intensive, a US Free Expression Programs Intern with PEN America, and a Writing Fellow with the Barnard College Writing Center. In her spare time, Blythe can be found reading, cooking, or catching up on the latest in pop culture.
Ballet Hispánico is an accredited institutional member of the National Association of Schools of Dance (NASD).
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