Any questions you want to practice should be geared towards your reliability, teamwork, and ability to follow instructions. Various performing arts companies should also be looking for motivation and enthusiasm for the specific position.  You need to know some of the most common questions asked in interviews as shared by Pritish Kumar Halder below:

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Try practicing some of these common Choreographer or Dancer’s job interview questions:


1.    Why do you want to work as a Choreographer?


How to answer:  The interviewer would like to understand the driving force behind your career goals as a Choreographer. When your employer understands why you want this career, they will better understand how to motivate you on the job. Explain what pushes you to be the best you can be, in this line of work.


Answer:  “I enjoy dancing, and I am darn good. You have passion for this profession; I can stay on stage for long enough without getting tired. I’d love to transfer my knowledge and years of experience to the next generation of dancers. I applied great techniques as a teacher and instructor in the past, and now I am ready to pay back the favor, teaching the next get of dancers. I think I have great looks and can bring some positive energy and young blood to your dance studio or club.”


2.    What dance styles can you perform? What experience do you have with this or that style?


How to answer:   The response you give to this question determines how knowledgeable and experienced you are in this field. Be confident in your response and keep it brief. The more styles you mention the better. If necessary, dance until the music plays and the lights are on.


Answer:  “I do homework and research about the dances you perform in your institute. I am confident in my abilities to teach the students in your dance school. I can perform in different styles such as Hip-hop, ballet, and jazz dancing–whatever you have in you, mention it. If you need any other style or some special performance, I can ensure you that, I will learn it quickly. If you do not trust me, I can dance here!”


3.    How do you feel about working on weekends, or during the night?

How to answer:  Employers are looking for individuals who can perform under stress and pressure. For instance, tell the interviewer you remain calm, professional, and hard-working under stress and when faced with numerous deadlines.


Answer:   “Whether I teach or dance, most of my work will take place in the evening or during the weekend. I can ensure the interviewers that I do not have any problems with staying up late and having fun. And when I have to work on weekends, I will always enjoy my days off during the week. In my experience with late late-nights working, I did it before. Therefore, I know that I can keep my focus and concentration, and see no reason why this should change in the future. When I do not sleep at night, I will sleep during the day. My body can get used to such a daily routine. Nothing is extraordinary in my book.”

Not every question you will encounter when interviewing for the Choreographer position will be related to the public entertainment creative job. But those are the common topics interviewer can ask for selecting qualified candidates.

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Composed by: Suma Sarker