Article Archive for March 2014
The impending retirement of New York City Ballet’s 46-year-old star Wendy Whelan (who this morning announced her final performance date), has, over the past few months, sparked many discussions about the inevitable impact of age … Continue reading
We tend to take water for granted–it’s there for us when we’re thirsty after dance class or when we need a long shower after a grueling rehearsal. In an effort to bring attention to water … Continue reading
New Jersey–based yoga enthusiast and teacher Laura Kasperzak uses social media to document her practice and update students on her class schedules. She has recently stumbled into Instagram fame, largely thanks to her daughter’s guest … Continue reading
The Wallace Foundation has named the National Dance Institute of New Mexico one of eight top arts organizations in the United States. NDI New Mexico, now in its 20th year, was co-founded by former New … Continue reading
We know dance teachers aren’t scruffy. Make sure your school system does, too.
Last week, inspectors from England’s Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services and Skills, better known as Ofsted, condemned dance teachers’ “scruffy” appearance … Continue reading
This year marks the 30th anniversary of the film Footloose, and what better way to celebrate than by having Kevin Bacon reenact iconic dance moments from the movie? At least that’s what “Tonight Show” host … Continue reading