Backstage, every dancer must do their part to make sure a performance runs smoothly. These 16 behind-the-curtain habits should be as much a part of your routine as the choreography.
When your first time on a new stage is to perform on it, it’s hard to feel prepared. Here are four things dancers do to feel more comfortable before the show goes on.
If Charlotte can take a small, lonely, frightened little pig and turn him into a healthy, strong, confident winner, so can you. With lessons from “Charlotte’s Web,” dance teachers can learn how to turn their dancers into real champions, not just in competition but in life.
Don’t let nerves, butterflies, anxieties or fear paralyze you. Use these strategies to calm the body and mind so that you can perform your best when you hit the stage.
There are many reasons we dance. One dance teacher reflects on these as she looks back on her dance recital and all the students learned and accomplished, demonstrating why dance matters.
Suspect you’ve fallen in love with performing? Here are the signs you have. Never fear, the next show is right around the corner.