Articles by Hannah Maria Hayes
Land on a fresh theme for your annual show.
Picking out a fun theme for your spring recital can provide structure for your teaching staff as they choreograph numbers for the show, as well as giving … Continue reading
Three pros share their favorite breakfasts, pack-and-go snacks and recovery foods for long days of classes.
One of the best ways you can help dancers prepare for success during long days of classes or rehearsals is … Continue reading
A new dance festival unifies the city’s growing arts scene.
Two years ago, finances required Joori Jung to choose between moving back to her native South Korea or someplace in the U.S. other than Manhattan. When … Continue reading
A dance teacher’s guide to navigating the college application process
You could say it takes a whole village to successfully navigate the college application process. Though it is your high school students who ultimately decide whether … Continue reading
Recognizing the warning signs to help a troubled teen
Two students on Valerie Ramsey’s middle school dance team seemed happy and confident, but earlier this year, both independently attempted suicide within two weeks of each other. … Continue reading