A mystery novel set in a dance school in a small New York town, “Pointe and Shoot” is a well-written crime story appropriate for ages 12 and up.
What are your dance goals this year? How would you like to improve? Take time to make a plan and turn your plan into action the S.M.A.R.T way.
This holiday season, young book lovers may prefer Clara’s adventure through the Black Forest to Disney’s cinematic interpretation of The Nutcracker. Learn more about the first installment of Daniel Lee Nicholson’s reimagining of ETA Hoffmann’s original tale in our latest book review.
Billy Mustapha’s career pathway in dance has included commercial projects like ABC’s Once Upon A Time, Disney’s Descendants 3 and an upcoming musical tour in the States. How did the emerging dancer know he was on the right path?
Terez Mertes Rose writes fiction which often interlaced with her passions, including dance and travel. Find out how much of her latest novel, “A Dancer’s Guide to Africa,” comes from personal experience in this interview and book review.
Trying social dance for the first time? Before you attend a class or event, here’s what you should know and expect.