Molly Rogers, MFA, teaches courses in dance studies that examine the politics of identity and representation both on and off-stage. Molly designed and implemented the inaugural dance history curriculum at the Alonzo King LINES Ballet Training Program, where she serves on faculty teaching Critical Perspectives in Dance. She has worked as a lecturer in dance at UC Irvine, as well as a guest speaker at St. Mary’s College and Sonoma State University discussing the work of Alonzo King. In addition to her academic teaching, Molly’s choreography has been commissioned by Scripps College and the LINES Ballet BFA Program at Dominican University of California, where she also serves as the dance department’s Integrative Coach. As a mentor and teacher, Molly is honored to guide students on their journey to becoming critically aware, multifaceted human beings. She was named Dominican University’s 2019 Teacher of the Year.
Alonzo King LINES Ballet | BFA Program at Dominican University of California, Summer Program, Training Program, Teens at LINES
Photography | © Julia Cost