PNDT creates Physical and Dance Theater on all levels. By commissioning new works, setting repertory, holding master classes, and organizing lecture-demonstrations, workshops, or open rehearsals, PNDT offers thoughtful and intensive interactions to interested participants worldwide.
Technique studies include
- Contemporary and Classical Modern Dance
- Composition and Choreographic Process
- Improvisation and Partnering
- Acting and Performance Studies
- Singing/Vocal work
- Mentorship (including discussions of the dancer’s life within the U.S., Europe, and Asia)
Patricia holds a Masters Degree in Dance Education from Folkwang University (Essen, Germany). Additionally, she studied Contemporary Dance Pedagogy with Gerald Casel as part of her MFA Studies at NYU. Since completing her own training, Patricia has taught dance in diverse styles (e.g.: ballet, contemporary modern, jazz, composition, improvisation, flamenco, fitness, and yoga) at public and private dance studios and universities in Cologne, Essen, Herne, and Munster (Germany). In New York City, she has held classes at The New Dance Group Arts Center, White Wave Rising Series Festival, and The Martha Graham Center of Contemporary Dance (where she led a Deante Dance System Class). Furthermore, she taught dance and theater workshops at The 19th International Dance Conference (Bytom, Poland) and at The German-Polish-Ukrainian dance exchange, Didaskalia, at Edith Stein Haus in Wroclaw, Poland in 2012.