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the swedish dance history is happening now

Make It Happen is participating in the 2010 edition of The Swedish Dance History.  Its a book, it is not particularly Swedish or historical, but it does take a broad view of dance.  This includes what we do at Make It Happen and what our clients do when they make it happen.

We’ve given them a list of our former clients’ dreams, goals, and achievements, which will be published in the 2010 edition of The Swedish Dance History.  (Without any clients’ names, of course!)   And in awesome MIH style, the editors and publishers of The Swedish Dance History put the entire book together in one day at ImPulz Tanz, aka the Vienna International Dance Festival.

Check out this great video of them making last year’s book happen at ImPulz Tanz, which I believe has a shiny silver cover.

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Anna in action

Anna, a Make It Happen client who we met at the Lost Horizon Night Market, had a dream of making more theater happen by September.

Anna writes from Maine “I spent all month preparing for a cattle-call audition for local casting directors scouting talent.   And I brought it.  My contract and ‘fortune’ are on my wall — gotta be the best decision I’ve made while drunk, or at least the most productive.”

Make it Happen, Anna!

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