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Sunday, October 13, 2019

BalletX’s ‘The Little Prince’: The magic in the making by Admin

The Joyce Theater, New York, NY. October 1, 2019. I love to attend live dance art because there’s a magic that happens when it all comes together — when movement meets lighting meets mu…

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Monday, October 7, 2019

Competition & Convention Guide by Admin

Studio owners, dance teachers, parents, dancers…The 2019/20 Competition and Convention Guide is here! Where will you dance this season? Where will you challenge yourself, perform your best…

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Friday, October 4, 2019

“FIFTY MILLION FRENCHMEN”at Musicals In Mufti by Admin

Once upon a time (circa 1929) the world was young and so was Cole Porter. He’d spent his formative years at Yale, where he began to dash off tunes attached to his own lyrics, some of which…

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Dance and pregnancy: A mom’s connection to her unborn child by Admin

Before you decide that this article doesn’t pertain to you, that you are nowhere near ready to have children or have decided not to have children, I encourage you to read anyway. You may …

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Fashion and dance collide in ‘The Style of Movement’ by Admin

Deborah Ory and Ken Browar of NYC Dance Project created their first book, The Art of Movement, in 2016. The photography book featured some of the industry’s biggest names, including Misty…

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Christine Chen flies into role of Executive Director of STREB by Admin

Christine Chen has been appointed the new Executive Director of STREB. The company, founded by Elizabeth Streb in 1985, around her organizing principle “Extreme Action”, refers to its co…

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Al Blackstone hints at latest work, ‘Norma’ by Admin

Freddie Falls in Love, Happy We’ll Be and his countless hits on So You Think You Can Dance (SYTYCD) brought boundless joy, classic technique, endearing charm and light-hearted humor to the…

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Thursday, October 3, 2019

Ludwig and Bertie by Admin

"Ludwig and Bertie," written by Douglas Lackey, gives us insight into the relationship of two of our greatest twentieth century philosophers, the younger Jewish Ludwig Wittgenstein and the 2…

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Brendan Fernandes’ ‘Contract and Release’ premieres at the Noguchi Museum by Admin

Brendan Fernandes is an artist of dance and visual arts. His pieces tend to include themes of race, queer culture, migration and political protest, created through collaboration. His works h…

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Things that dancers are good at: Movement directing by Admin

Dance Informa offers you the next installment in our series on alternative dance gigs. This month, we’re talking about movement directing and the various ways you, as a dancer, are perfect…

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Bailey Munoz: First b-boy crowned ‘So You Think You Can Dance’ winner by Admin

Dance Informa chatted with Bailey Munoz, 19-year-old winner of So You Think You Can Dance (SYTYCD) 16th season. Munoz is the first b-boy to win the competition in all of its 16 years, and t…

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Waltzing out of the proscenium box: A talk with Alison Chase  by Admin

Alison Chase has been making dance art for 50 years. The wisdom and breadth of knowledge that she’s gained over those years is clear when speaking with her. She expresses that wisdom and …

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Wednesday, October 2, 2019

How to rig your social media for success by Admin

Whether we mean to or not, we constantly have screens in our face. And as much as this poses problems that other generations didn’t have to face, it also presents our generation with new o…

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Alexandra Silber in Cabaret – Never Again Is Now by Admin

TW: This article contains discussion of the Holocaust and pictures of white nationalists and Nazi Germany. As I prepared to interview sage actor and writer Alexandra Silber (Fiddler on the R…

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Artistic Dance Exchange carries dancers around the globe by Admin

When it comes to competitions and conventions, there are many opportunities for young dancers across the United States. The benefits of attending such an event are numerous: the chance to le…

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Tuesday, October 1, 2019

Ezra Sosa: The journey to Top 6 for Season 16 of ‘SYTYCD’ by Admin

It is no surprise that there has been a growing popularity on the television circuit when it comes to competitions, more specifically dance competitions. There is a different type of excitem…

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Monday, September 30, 2019

Classical simplicity: Boston Ballet’s ‘Giselle’ by Admin

Boston Opera House, Boston, Massachusetts. September 19, 2019. The curtains rose on the first performance of Giselle on June 28, 1841, at the Paris Opera Ballet. Those dancing or attending …

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Nozama Dance Collective’s ‘Uplift’: Dance that lifts up by Admin

Green Street Studios, Cambridge, Massachusetts.August 9, 2019. There’s a lot in this world that feels capable of bringing us down. The weight of people’s pain out there, in addition to w…

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Sunday, September 29, 2019

Boys, bullying and ballet: How we nurture young dancers by Admin

On the August 22nd edition of Good Morning America, Lara Spencer reported on Prince George’s school curriculum. After noting that the young royal is taking ballet, something his father Pri…

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Indie dance documentary ‘Botis Seva: Air’ by Admin

Botis Seva, a London-based choreographer, has collaborated with director Divya Pathak to make Botis Seva: Air, a dance documentary.  “It isan independent passion piece,” says Pathak. …

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Saturday, September 28, 2019

“The Height of the Storm” at Samuel J. Friedman Theatre by Admin

The Manhattan Theatre Club has brought us this play from London’s West End. It serves Eileen Atkins, Jonathan Pryce, and an excellent supporting cast well; but I suggest it will bring rewa…

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Friday, September 27, 2019

Big transitions in space and place: Moving to a new dance scene by Admin

Sometimes, one can just feel like it’s time for change, for a new adventure. Dancers are particularly ambitious, curious and thirsty for adventure as well, so it wouldn’t seem surprising…

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Monday, September 23, 2019

Badia Farha – Authentic Self by Admin

Badia Farha plays many roles in her life, including wife, mother, actor, and singer, so taking on multiple characters in the recent Joe Iconis off-Broadway musical, Broadway Bounty Hunter, w…

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Sunday, September 22, 2019

CEO Andrew Vamosi of unique boutique competition Leap! talks the competition scene by Admin

Leap! National Dance Competition is entering its eighth season, with fresh, fun and exciting dance experiences for all dancers – from the more recreational to the very competitive. It’s …

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Monday, September 16, 2019

Music, movement and the unexpected: mignolo dance’s ‘Translations’ by Admin

HERE Arts Center, New York, NY.July 30, 2019. Dance art — it’s a coming together of movement and costumes, lighting, and often music. Sisters Charly and Eriel Santagado, with their compa…

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Thursday, September 12, 2019

American dancer Darrion Sellman receives gold medal at Genée International Ballet Competition by Admin

The Royal Academy of Dance (RAD) is pleased to announce the medalists of the prestigious Genée International Ballet Competition 2019, held at the Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts…

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Sunday, September 8, 2019

Showing meaning in dance art: Inclined Dance Project’s inQUAD by Admin

Dixon Place, New York, NY. August 23, 2019. A reach conveying longing and loss, a falling to the floor conveying despair and hopelessness; dance can show meaning like no other art form can.…

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Thursday, September 5, 2019

One word, one dancer: BalaSole Dance Company’s ‘Evening of Solos’ by Admin

Ailey Citigroup Theater, New York, NY.August 17, 2019. Less can be more, they say. Apply that to dance, and one could discuss how the impact of a single moving person — in his/her unique m…

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Tuesday, September 3, 2019

Head back to dance in style and inspired by Admin

There’s always a “sigh” when summer is over. The beach, fun times with friends and long days are in our past. But there’s a fresh start ahead, with the new year full of school and …

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‘World of Dance’ choreographer Suresh Mukund heads to the Emmys by Admin

Suresh Mukund is the director and choreographer of Indian dance crew The Kings, and has recently been nominated for an Emmy in Outstanding Choreography for his work on hit TV show World of D…

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S-Rank’s Melvin Timtim on his Emmy nomination by Admin

Melvin Timtim, choreographer and director of hip hop dance crew S-Rank, is nominated for this year’s Outstanding Choreography Emmy for his work on World of Dance. S-Rank competed in the se…

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