Articles by Kathryn Holmes
A group of friends who decided to continue dancing after college now run a major professional touring production and more.
“I never anticipated dancing as my career,” says Amit Shah, the founder and creative director of … Continue reading
In South Carolina, the Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities thrives.
One might not expect to find a residential arts high school in South Carolina that’s backed 100 percent by the state government. While many … Continue reading
Harlem School of the Arts’ dance program director dreams big.
“Dance with your back,” Aubrey Lynch II calls over the music during an evening rehearsal with a trio of teen dancers at the Harlem School of … Continue reading
Keep male students engaged in dance class.
It’s your first day at a new school. You’ve gone over your lesson plan and moved the desks out of the way. Now, you’re staring at a sea … Continue reading
Philadelphia’s Headlong Performance Institute crosses disciplines to create whole artists.
The first assignment students get when arriving at Headlong Performance Institute is to create a three-minute self-portrait. They can use whatever idiom they choose—dance, theater, song, … Continue reading