A few years ago, I dreamed up a social media initiative called Why Dance Matters. It wasn’t the first time the question had been asked or answered in one way or another but, with the help of a handy hashtag (#whydancematters), I hosted a “virtual event” and the concept caught on. Soon people were sharing […]
Labeled as “the father of American jazz dancing,” Luigi left behind a technique that took the dance world by storm and a story that is sure to inspire dancers everywhere.
Never miss a chance to recognize and celebrate dance again. Mark these important dance events and birthdays on your calendar.
When dancers work well together it’s a beautiful thing. Here are four (or more) ways to ensure effective collaboration in choreography, even when a ballet choreographer and a modern-based dance theatre company come together for a “zombie ballet.”
A brown swan in the very white world of ballet, Misty Copeland painted her skin a different color in order to play roles in Giselle and Sylvia. 1957? 1977? Nope – 2007. Leigh Purtill looks at Misty’s memoir Life in Motion.
Dance Advantage and company attended the 16th Annual National Dance Education Organization Conference. Here is our recap of the event.