Articles by Tracy Krisanits
Kat Wildish knows ballet. After performing with New York City Ballet and American Ballet Theatre, she became certified to teach the ABT National Training Curriculum (Primary–Level 7). Currently on faculty at The Ailey Extension, she … Continue reading
This Sunday, April 19, Jenai Cutcher premieres her feature-length documentary, Thinking On Their Feet: Women of the Tap Renaissance at The Wexner Center for the Arts in Columbus, OH.
The film includes interviews with Brenda Bufalino, … Continue reading
With the election behind us, that means one thing is for sure—the holidays will be here before you know it. The stores are already raring to go, decorated for the season and playing holiday music. … Continue reading
There is a small electronics store inside the Times Square subway station here in New York City that has a TV in the window. This may sound hard to believe, but the TV usually features … Continue reading
After 19 consecutive days of the lights being out on Broadway, the shows are finally set to resume. The League of American Theatres and Producers and the Local One stagehand union of the International Alliance … Continue reading