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Carolina Varga Dinicu Morocco Edit Profile

choreographer , dancer , educator , researcher

Carolina Varga Dinicu Morocco, dancer, choreographer, educator, researcher.


Morocco, Carolina Varga Dinicu was born on March 2, 1940.


Bachelor, Brooklyn College, 1958.


Solo performer Mideastern and N. African dance, North America/international cities, since 1960. Solo and group performer Ballet Espagnol Ximenez-Vargas United States, 1960-1961. Dance teacher Amas Repertory Theater, New York City, 1970-1977.

Teacher Mideastern dance State University of New York-Purchase, 1975-1978. Lecturer, performer Museum of Natural History, since 1972. Performer New York City Department Cultural Affairs, since 1972.

Director/teacher Morocco/Casbah Dance Academy, New York City, since 1976. Director, choreographer, founder Morocco and the Casbah Dance Experience, since 1977. Featured role in: I Had a Ball on broadway, 1964-1965.

Numerous television appearances, radio, films.


  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.


Teacher England as 2nd Language, New York Association for New Americans, New York City, 1979. Director Russian Language Program, Center for Foreign Study, New York City, Moscow, 1977-1979. Group leader Russian Language, American Institute for Foreign Study, New York City, Union of the Soviet Socialist Republics, 1975-1977.

Member Actors Equity Association, American Federation television and Radio Artists, American Guild of Musical Artists, American Guild Variety Artists, Screen Actors Guild, Mensa.


  • Other Interests

    Reading, films.


Daughter of Samuel and RoseLee (Varga) Daughter of.

Samuel Daughter

RoseLee (Varga) Daughter