The Laroche Approach

Workshops and seminars

The Laroche Approach is a workshop that teaches dance technique and how to sustain a livelihood as a dancer.  The seminar to prepare aspiring artists to have freelance careers. 



Jenny Laroche, originally from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, is a graduate of SUNY Buffalo Cum Laude and awarded Distinguished Alumni Award.

Jenny began her career as a Radio City Rockette and made her big screen debut in the movie New Years Eve. Her feature film credits also include Annie 2014, The Merry Widow HD Live, and Netflix special by Bill Murray, A Very Murray Christmas.

Jenny originated the role of Norman Brokaw in the Broadway musical SUMMER: THE DONNA SUMMER MUSICAL. She also held the managerial role of dance captain and maintained the show as well as taught choreography to cast members.

Her theatre credits include Pal Joey directed by Tony Goldwyn, Clo-Clo in The Merry Widow MetOpera, directed by Tony winner Susan Stroman; Annette in Can-Can at Paper Mill Playhouse, Suzanne Duval in Paint your wagon; Fly at Dallas Theatre Center, and Guys and dolls at Carnegie Hall.

Jenny is best known for her recurring role of Sue in the drama series SMASH on NBC produced by Steven Spielberg. She has worked with recording artist such as Beyonce, Mariah Carey, and Liza Minnelli. She has also worked under the direction of Baz Luhrmann in The Great Gatsby Premiere event at the Plaza in NYC.

She has had the honor of performing on The Tony Awards 70th anniversary, Jimmy Fallon, SNL40, America’s Got Talent, Best Time Ever, The Wendy William’s show, The Today Show, TVLAND Awards and the Billboard Awards.

Jenny continues to work in TV, Film, and theatre, meanwhile instilling knowledge and professional training to her students through the program she created and trademarked, The Laroche Approach.

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