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American Idiot Seattle | Paramount Theatre by Admin

From the band that spawned the songs ‘Boulevard of Broken Dreams’, ‘Wake Me Up When September Ends’, ‘American Idiot’ and ’21 Guns’, the Pulitzer Prize winning composer of …

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Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Summer Fever at Steps on Broadway by Admin

Steps on Broadway, founded in 1979, and regarded as one of the true epicenters of New York’s professional dance community, is gearing up for another feverish summer of activity in its stud…

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Sunday, May 21, 2017

Jennifer Archibald: Cincinnati Ballet’s new Resident Choreographer by Admin

In early April, Cincinnati Ballet Artistic Director and CEO Victoria Morgan announced that New York City-based choreographer Jennifer Archibald was the company’s new resident choreographer…

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Hubbard Street Dance Chicago announces 40th Season by Admin

Hubbard Street Dance Chicago recently announced the main company’s 2017–18 Season, specifically all its performances in Chicago celebrating the troupe’s 40-year history. Three engageme…

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Refuge Dance Company: Using dance for social causes by Admin

Just over 10 years ago, Refuge Dance Company Founder Katherine Gant was new to the dance scene in Atlanta, Georgia. Everywhere she went, she met dancers like herself who were unable to find …

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Friday, May 19, 2017

Broadway dreams come true for ‘Chicago’s’ Jessica Ernest by Admin

Imagine: One week you spend your Friday night babysitting for a little extra cash to pay for dance class, and less than a week later you’re making your Broadway debut in one of the most le…

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‘Dancing with the Stars’ reveals new Junior edition by Admin

One of television’s most beloved dance shows, Dancing with the Stars, has recently revealed exciting news. The ABC network will pick up a spin-off of the show, a Junior edition for young c…

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Monday, May 15, 2017

José Mateo Ballet Theatre’s ‘Inescapable Orbit’: Gravitational dances  by Admin

The Sanctuary Theatre, Cambridge, Massachusetts. May 6, 2017. “I don’t wanna fall another moment into your gravity,” sings pop star Sara Bareilles in her hit song Gravity. She’s not …

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Saturday, May 13, 2017

7th annual Dance Against Cancer benefits American Cancer Society by Admin

This year marked the seventh anniversary of Dance Against Cancer (DAC), a benefit evening supporting the American Cancer Society. The first DAC — founded by Director of Programming for the…

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Sunday, May 7, 2017

Boston Ballet’s ‘The Sleeping Beauty’: Classicism in 2017 by Admin

Boston Opera House, Boston, Massachusetts.  April 29, 2017. We’re in an age with an enormous amount of content – more podcasts, talk shows, documentaries and “sitcoms” than we c…

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Thursday, May 4, 2017

3 Things You MUST DO To Not Lose Students This Summer by Admin

May I speak freely for a second? I think that there’s a lot of reactive retention planning going on. I think that there are a lot of studios that get so caught up in the end of the yea…

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iD-Dance offers contemporary and street dance syllabi by Admin

Contemporary and street dance have developed a great presence in the dance world and the competitive scene. The movement of both of these styles offers a sort of freedom to dancers that tend…

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Wednesday, May 3, 2017

‘Anastasia’ on Broadway offers the unexpected by Admin

Broadhurst Theatre, New York, NY.  April 26, 2017. Anastasia is surprisingly unexpected. It’s not the cartoon movie, nor is it the account you’ve read in history books — although the…

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Carolyn Dorfman D.E.P.T.H. Initiative brings dance to more communities by Admin

New Jersey’s Carolyn Dorfman Dance, whose bold and dramatic works connect life and movement, is broadening students’ dance knowledge and appreciation through classroom activities, af…

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Periapsis Music and Dance collides two worlds by Admin

With his New York-based company Periapsis Music and Dance, pianist Jonathan Howard Katz offers a new take on a very old partnership. Music and dance were once inseparable (and in many cultur…

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Is it safe to create a dance social media profile? by Admin

In an effort to boost self-branding, build a professional network or to simply stay informed, many young dancers continue to invade social media platforms, particularly Instagram, by setting…

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Key diet tips for your best spring show ever by Admin

Your best performance starts in the days leading up to show time. You can make this year your best spring performance ever with these key nutrition tips.  Don’t wait until show day to eat…

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Vassiliev Academy of Classical Ballet: Newcomer to the NYC training scene by Admin

Internationally acclaimed Russian principal ballet dancer Andrei Vassiliev directs the Vassiliev Academy of Classical Ballet (VACB). This Academy has been in its New York home since December…

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Get to know NYCB Principal Russell Janzen by Admin

In February, at the conclusion of its Sleeping Beauty performances, New York City Ballet (NYCB) announced the promotion of eight of its company dancers, including then Soloist Russell Janzen…

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Tuesday, May 2, 2017

A guide to ultimate team spirit by Admin

Teamwork. It is the cornerstone of most sports. Working together with your peers and the athletes in your group to succeed as a whole. But, for some reason, a lot of dancers think that danci…

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All’s fair in art: Boston Ballet’s ‘Wings of Wax’ by Admin

Boston Opera House, Boston, Massachusetts. March 23, 2017. “All’s fair in love and war,” they say. One could add art to that – meaning that, if well-crafted and intentional, all …

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Divergence and convergence – Green Street Studios’ Ballet Showcase by Admin

Green Street Studios, Cambridge, Massachusetts.  April 22, 2017. On the one hand, there’s diversity – the existence of varied ways to be and act. On the other, there’s unity ̵…

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Your favorite tap artists celebrate National Tap Dance Day by Admin

National Tap Dance Day is May 25, when the country celebrates the art form of tap dancing. The annual holiday was first proposed to the U.S. Congress on February 7, 1989, and it was signed i…

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Sweaty fun in the sun: An outdoor cross-training sequence for dancers by Admin

We know that cross-training helps dancers dance longer, stronger and with greater grace. Flexibility and coordination aren’t the only thing we need to perform at our best; we also need aer…

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Monday, May 1, 2017

Spotlight on Principal Dancer Harrison James of The National Ballet of Canada by Admin

In 2016, Harrison James was named a principal dancer at The National Ballet of Canada after only three years with the company, which boasts 60 dancers and 10 apprentices. Hailing from the sm…

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Danny Kornfeld is touring across the country in ‘Rent’ by Admin

Rent, the Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning rock musical written by Jonathan Larson, returned for a special 20th Anniversary Tour last year. The tour, produced by Work Light Productions…

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Choreographer Josh Bergasse on his latest, Broadway’s ‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory’ by Admin

It’s tricky to bring a well-known and well-loved story to the Broadway stage. Whether adapting a book, film or folktale to a live musical, it’s a challenge to stay true to the original w…

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Gary Pate’s Starpower Talent Competition celebrates 30 years by Admin

There are probably many reasons why Starpower Talent Competition has been around (and going strong) for 30 years. It hosts tens of thousands of participants, making it one of the largest ta…

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Tuesday, April 25, 2017

A sense of hope: Atlanta Ballet in ‘Firebird’ by Admin

Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre, Atlanta, Georgia. April 14, 2017. On Friday night, April 14th, the Atlanta Ballet presented Firebird, a triple bill featuring George Balanchine’s Allegr…

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Andy Blankenbuehler’s new Broadway musical ‘Bandstand’ by Admin

Andy Blankenbuehler is arguably one of today’s most versatile Broadway choreographers. His currently running productions range stylistically from virtuosic and highly technical feline-jazz…

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Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Les 7 Doigts share memories and more in ‘Cuisine & Confessions’ by Admin

NYU Skirball Center for the Performing Arts, New York, NY. April 13, 2017. I’m pretty sure Mario Batali was sitting in the row across from me. I glanced his way before the show started whe…

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