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March 2002

March 1, 2002 by

In The Vernacular
Acclaimed choreographer Danny Buraczeski’s unique jazz style is rooted in natural movement.
Emotion in Motion
Choreographer and teacher Robert Sund talks to DT about expressing emotion through movement.
Wholly Moses!
Choreographer Robert Moses’ teaching technique draws out … Continue reading

February 2002

February 1, 2002 by

Down The Line With Gregory Hines
Gregory Hines builds the future of tap by sharing its all-American past.
Homer’s Odyssey
Homer Bryant’s 12-year artistic quest to provide underprivileged kids in Chicago with dance.
Growing New Dancers
Boston’s Topf Center for … Continue reading

January 2002

January 1, 2002 by

Northern Light
Jeanette Neill jazzes up the community of Boston with her electrifying vision of dance.
Ensuring A Positive Summer Dance Experience
Learn how to help your child find a summer program that you’ll be happy with, too.
The … Continue reading

December 2001

December 1, 2001 by

College Guidance
How to help your students choose and get in a college dance program.
Reed Between the Lines
Buffalo State College prof Janet Reed draws upon her own experience to give students a practical education.
A Passion for … Continue reading

November 2001

November 1, 2001 by

Morris In the House!
Tina Fehlandt creates a new community of dance at The School at the Mark Morris Dance Center.
Getting Wishes Granted
Is grant seeking the right solution for your studio or company?
Smooth Moves
The ups and … Continue reading

October 2001

October 1, 2001 by

The Royal Treatment
Alonzo King not only improves students’ technique, he teaches them to love dance.
Lighting the Way
Lighting designer Jeff Moss on creating a professional-looking stage environment.
Lights! Camera! Collaborate!
Gregg Russell’s advice on directing, videotaping and collaborating … Continue reading