Articles by Joe Sullivan
Joe started out in the dance world as a fact checker with Dance Magazine eight years ago. In the years since, he’s worked as a copy editor for all of DanceMedia’s publications, seen many amazing performances and helped edit two dance books: Shoot Me While I’m Happy, a tap dance memoir by Jane Goldberg, and American Ballet Theatre’s The Healthy Dancer: ABT Guidelines for Dancer Health. He edits Dance Teacher’s Lead News section and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Last night at The Joyce, the curtain rose to reveal a stage lit with more than a hundred candles surrounding four tap floors and different religious icons. There were blown-up photos of Savion Glover’s mentors … Continue reading
“When you dance with someone, you get to know that person in a way you can’t describe,” says Dancing Classrooms founder and ballroom dance champion Pierre Dulaine, as the new IFC Films documentary, Dancing in … Continue reading
The love in the room was palpable on Tuesday night at The American Tap Dance Foundation’s Thirteenth Annual Tap City Awards, held at Bruno Walter Auditorium at The New York Public Library for the Performing … Continue reading
Savion Glover is serious.
Serious talent. Serious about upholding tap history. Serious about having a good time and making the audience feel joy. Serious is the only way to describe the man after seeing the second … Continue reading
Each year, the Flo-Bert Awards celebrate lifetime achievement of two outstanding members of the tap community on or near National Tap Dance Day (Bill “Bojangles” Robinson’s birthday), at the Tap Extravaganza event. This year, on … Continue reading