Pamela Luedtke was a soloist with the Mary Anthony Dance for eight years as well as worked with such dance luminaries as Anna Sokolow, Bertram Ross and Agnes de Mille prior to moving to Central Wisconsin.
Her solos include the third movement solo for Songs, in which Jennifer Dunning of The New York Times wrote, "she stands out for the radiance of her dancing." She also danced the figure of the "Angel" of Mary Anthony's choreography The Ceremony of Carols. While in New York she instructed modern dance at Mary Anthony's Dance Studio and taught Movement for Actors at Herbert Berghoff Acting Studio.
ĘPamela is currently instructing dance throughout Central Wisconsin and is an Associate Lecturer instructing ballet with the Department of Theatre & Dance at University of Wisconsin Stevens Point.
She is the founder and artistic director of Point Dance Ensemble, a non-profit dance company in Portage County consisting of dancers ages 10-18.
She is the founder and artistic director of Point Dance Ensemble, a non-profit dance company in Portage County consisting of dancers ages 11-18.
Pamela is also a certified in Educational Kinesiology (Brain Gym) as an instructor and a consultant for schools in Wisconsin to assist in curriculum integration of neuro-muscular movement. Pamela is currently in the process receiving certification as a Pilates instructor through Balance Body¨ Institute.