Jeté back to the 1990s in Terez Mertes Rose’s latest novel, a prequel to the previous Ballet Theatre Chronicles books. “Ballet Orphans” is a ballet-based, romantic drama is a great introduction to Rose’s fictional but realistic ballet world, free of the typical dance clichés.
Go inside the book Pippa By Design: A Story of Ballet and Costumes, where ballet history comes alive within the context of an engaging children’s story, and learn more in our bonus interview with author Claudia Logan.
Nureyev, an iconic figure of the ballet world, is the subject of the film, “The White Crow.” As dance insiders, here’s what we thought of the movie, directed by Ralph Fiennes and starring Oleg Ivenko.
Dancer Darla Davies describes her experience with hip replacement. More than just an inspirational tale of recovery, she offers tips and stories from other athletes.
A picture book especially for young dancers and performers, Pilar’s Worries by Victoria Sanchez is about working through anxious feelings.
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.