Articles by Rachel Rizzuto
7 lessons from the corporate world—for dance studios
As owners of businesses firmly rooted in the art of dance, it may be hard to imagine that business practices from the finance or marketing worlds can apply … Continue reading
By Lucy Gray
Princeton Architectural Press; 160 pages; $24.95
Photographer Lucy Gray spent 14 years interviewing, shadowing and photographing three San Francisco Ballet principals—Kristin Long, Tina LeBlanc and Katita Waldo—who each decided at the height of her … Continue reading
Plenty of choreographers will argue that finding an audience for dance can be a Herculean task. San Francisco–based choreographer Sean Dorsey has what most would consider an added obstacle: He’s transgender, and the dance-theater work … Continue reading
Choreographer Camille A. Brown’s new community outreach project challenges the perceptions and dreams of young black women.
Thirty-five black girls have their eyes glued on Camille A. Brown. She’s leading them through a fast-paced movement history … Continue reading
Whew! At last night’s Capezio A.C.E. Awards, there was some FIERCE dancing. Fifteen finalists battled it out onstage for some pretty amazing prizes: $3,000, $5,000 or $15,000 to produce their own show next year.
The A.C.E. … Continue reading