September 2008

Posted on September 1, 2008 by Buy This Issue

Southern Charm
As director of dance at the University of Alabama, Cornelius Carter opens up a world of possibilities for his students.

Battle of the Budget
With university budget cuts on the horizon, dance departments are taking action now in hopes of staying afloat.

Audition Advice
Faculty members from top university dance programs offer insights into their audition processes.

The 2008 Dance Teacher Awards
Congratulations to Elizabeth Fernandez-Flores, Kee-Juan Han, Jan van Dyke and Sanja Korman.

Non-Majors Welcome
Dance faculty from five schools talk about integrating students with little or no dance experience into their programs

Hip Hop Goes to College
Hip hop has swept the nation, but what is its place in higher education?

2008 Higher Ed Guide
Details on more than 150 college and university programs

Stuck on the Sidelines
The pros and cons of surgery for dance teachers

Fashion
More than 30 audition looks to wow the judges

Finding the Artist Within
Alic Teirstein helps teen dancers get in touch with their creative spirit.

In Full Bloom
Carol Bristol-Henry has planed the seeds of change at Compton Dance Theatre.

Performance Planner: School Days
Create a recital based on High School Musical and prepare for a sold-out show.

Ballet Basics
Master teacher Eleanor D’Antuono reveals her go-to music for class.

Lar Lubovitch
The choreographer celebrates the 40th anniversary of his company while looking ahead.

The Modern Mode
Reap the benefits of adding modern to your studio’s roster.

It Takes Two
Teach your students the skills needed to master partnering.

Joyous Jumps
Tips to help your ballerinas reach their full jump potential

Irmgard Bartenieff
Movement innovator

From the Ground UP
A look at the changing role of higher ed in supporting dance in the public sector

Picture Perfect
How to hire a great photographer

The “It” Factor
Can stage presence be taught? DT Investigates.

From the Mat to the Barre
Incorporate yoga into your classroom to benefit dancers of all ages.

Fancy Footwork
Find out how to spot dancers’ most common foot problems—and nip them in the bud.

Tipping the Scale
Two dance educators share their successes and failures in maintaining a healthy weight.

Welcome Home
The business benefits of keeping alumni part of your dance family

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