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February 2014

February 1, 2014 by

What a View
By Karen Hildebrand
The Freelance Zone
Nine dancers discuss life as independent teachers.
Laurie De Vito
How I teach Simonson
Fashion: Kick Up Your Heels
Shoes for lyrical, hip hop and everything between
Gerri Houlihan
Watching the American College Dance Festival … Continue reading

January 2014

January 1, 2014 by

New Year, New Goals
By Karen Hildebrand
Making It in New York
Three former dancers take the pulse of arts education.
Jacqulyn Buglisi
How I Teach Graham
Fashion: Tulles of the Trade
Edgy and classical tutus
Leah Cox
From performer to educator
Teachers’ Tools
Up close … Continue reading

December 2013

December 2, 2013 by

Editor’s Note: 2013 Reflections
By Karen Hildebrand
Suzi Taylor
How I Teach Lyrical Jazz
From Summer Program to Serious Contender
Malu Rivera-Peoples is taking her suburban California school to new levels with pre-professional ballet training.
Fashion: Teacher’s Choice
Flattering dancewear and warm-ups … Continue reading

November 2013

November 1, 2013 by

Editor’s Note: Gratitude
By Karen Hildebrand
A Matter of Respect
David Hallberg’s teacher, Kee Juan Han
Boy Crazy
Five strategies to fill your program with males
Graceful Aging
Cynthia Lucas takes the Marin Ballet beyond 50.
Jodi Moccia
How I teach Zena Rommett Floor-Barre
Costume … Continue reading

October 2013

October 1, 2013 by

Editor’s Note: Building the Future
By Karen Hildebrand
Just Dance
Music video choreographer Sheryl Murakami
Flying Taps & Ninja Temples
How to survive competition catastrophes
Face to Face
A conversation with Victoria Morgan of Cincinnati Ballet
Teachers’ Tools
Up close with Kathryn Sullivan
See the … Continue reading

September 2013

August 30, 2013 by

Editor’s Note: Help Your Dancers Avoid the College Daze
by Karen Hildebrand
Dance ambassador
Judy Rice bridges the disparate realms of dance.
Dealing with Your Worst Nightmares
Protecting yourself and your studio from costly risks
A Collegiate Affair
College fairs can … Continue reading