Hello,<P>I am trying to make myself move to Seattle too. (It's hard for me to do, because I'm a wimp about going out into the world! But Seattle has research jobs that pay actual money, and seeing as how I'm two years out of college, it's about time to have an income I think. Money = ballet classes!)<P>I am interested in hearing about schools in the Seattle area that have an emphasis on ballet. I would like to go to a place where I could take technique class something like five days a week, and I think I'd like to take modern, but I've never done it before. I'm 23, but I've been taking classes with teenagers -- plus I look like a teenager. I got asked if I'd graduated from high school yet just this summer.
So I wouldn't need an adult-centric class, as long as the teacher doesn't mind me being there. <P>Trina, do you have any suggestions? (Where do you teach?) It might make a difference to where I choose to live. I'd like to be close to both work and dancing. Of course, I haven't gotten a job yet, so I can't be sure of where I'll be. But I should know within a month or so.<P>Thanks.