Co-Creator, Executive Producer, and Judge on “So You Think You Can Dance.”
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT DFF
I would like to volunteer my time to DFF. How do I sign-up?
DFF currently does not have a regular need for volunteers. When we do, an online registration form will be available for interested individuals to sign-up with an outline of how you can support our work.
Can you tell me what I need to do to sign-up to teach on one of your programs?
DFF does not directly operate any of the programs we fund.
Grants from DFF enable each organization/institution to use its designated funds to develop, support, or enhance its dance programming. Any administrative or teaching staff required by a program is the responsibility of the organization running the program.
Does Dizzy Feet provide support to organizations outside the USA?
In keeping with our mission, Dizzy Feet works to support, improve, and increase access to dance education in the United States. While we wish we could support deserving organizations/programs elsewhere in the world, there is still much work for DFF to do within the United States before we are can move our focus internationally.
How can I donate to Dizzy Feet?
Donations can be made through our website by clicking the Support Us tab in the header, from there you can simply follow the link to our donation page where you can make donations in a variety of ways: on behalf of , in memory of etc.
I am a choreographer and would like to send some of my work to Mr Lythgoe or Mr Shankman for consideration. What do I need to do?
We’re sorry, but we cannot accept any submissions of this nature. The work of DFF is centered around our mission of supporting, improving, and increasing access to dance education in the United States.
I would like to be put in contact with one of the dancers/choreographers on your board to ask them a few questions about what inspired them to start dancing. Can you help?
The work of DFF is centered around our mission of supporting, improving, and increasing access to dance education in the United States. Unfortunately, DFF cannot facilitate these kinds of communications with board members.
Mailing Address: Dizzy Feet Foundation, C/O UTA, 9336 Civic Center Drive, Beverly Hills, CA 90210