Jonathan ‘Legacy’ Perez is helping Fruit of the Loom find The Next Big Move for their next advertisement. Legacy talks with us about goals, adapting, and making an impression in an audition. Plus, if you’ve got The Next Big Move, find out how and where to audition!
so you think you can dance
On August 17, the Ovation network will premiere a new reality/competition dance show from the producers of So You Think You Can Dance. Co-choreographer Billy Trivett and friend of the show, Allison Holker, offers some tips for those wanting “A Chance To Dance” as a professional. Catch these video clips, tune in, and let us know what you think of this new program!
Dance is saturating the TV market! We want to know what you think about the new series and the old! Which have your remote at the ready? Which will you skip? Do these TV shows realistically portray dance? Get premiere dates, links to the network websites, and video teasers, too!
Mia Michaels is known as a tough character and dancing in her company RAW was definitely rough. But it taught Melanie Doskocil a valuable lesson about struggle and perseverance. Her story will leave you asking what you would have done in her shoes.
Nichelle interviews Dwight Rhoden whose company, Complexions Contemporary Ballet, which he co-founded with dancer Desmond Richardson is performing in Houston. We talk about the future of dance, the fusion of dance forms, and his work in commercial (namely So You Think You Can Dance) and concert dance, including the works Rise, set to selections by U2, and Richardson’s solo CLICK.
Muscle fatigue is good but not when dancers push themselves (or are pushed by directors) to injury. We’re ignoring a crucial part of the formula for increasing endurance and enhancing performance. What is that element and why is it important for dancers to learn when enough is enough?