US employment authorization is employer specific. you will need to identify an employer whether it be a dance company or an agent.
You have to be employment authorized to work in the USA. This is the procedure.
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Work visas in the US are employer-specific. You will need to find an "employer" to sponsor you for one, be it an employer or an agent.
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Your first step is to obtain a correct visa. The balance of your question is "how do I get into the entertainment industry" which is not a legal question.
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Depending on your talent , abilities , and skills you may be able to qualify for an O visa. The prospective employer will be able to provide guidance with the assistance of their immigration attorney.
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