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Articles by Nancy Wozny

10 Years Later

August 1, 2015 by

New Orleans Ballet Association has staged a remarkable comeback after Hurricane Katrina.
A glance at Google Maps told Jenny Hamilton most of what she needed to know about the state of the New Orleans Ballet … Continue reading

Farewell Hope Stone Studio

September 1, 2014 by

Houston loses its dance hub.
The drums pounded while dancers scurried across the floor for the last time in Jane Weiner’s joyous final modern class at Hope Stone Studio, the Houston hub for adults and children … Continue reading

Beyond the Daddy Daughter Dance

June 1, 2014 by

Tapping a valuable source of studio volunteers
Sure, it makes us all go warm and fuzzy when we see a papa dancing with his daughter. Yet, when we looked into the ways fathers are part of … Continue reading

Flying Taps & Ninja Temples

October 1, 2013 by

How to Survive Competition Catastrophes

Students of The Dance Studio of Fresno will never be caught walking from the dressing room to the stage without their flip-flops, and for good reason. This year, one of them … Continue reading

Kickstarting Your Dream

May 31, 2013 by

Crowdfunding has brought a new ease to fundraising.
Perhaps your studio could use a new set of mirrors; your team needs cash to get to Nationals; or maybe you want to boost your scholarship fund. Hold … Continue reading

Movement as Medicine

March 1, 2013 by

Three graduate dance-therapy programs
One of dance movement therapist Ande Welling’s most memorable patients was a man with severe brain damage who had stopped speaking. Through movement exercises, she was able to help him reengage with … Continue reading