Articles by Kate Lydon
Whether you start from scratch or use a time-honored syllabus, the key to a successful student body lies in an organized curriculum.
Choreographing enough combinations to fill an hour-and-a-half dance class is the easy part—in a … Continue reading
Jacques d’Amboise talks with Dance Teacher contributing editor Kate Lydon about teaching dance in public schools, his boundless energy and what Mr. B thought about NDI.
Why do you think it’s important for everyone to have … Continue reading
Do you call the pirouette position passé or retiré, or do you use both? What about the term élevé? Do you use it? Have you ever considered what these French words actually mean?
“Ballet terminology is … Continue reading