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April 2012

April 1, 2012 by

Where Ballet Meets Ballroom
Kim DelGrosso’s success is a shining example of how ballroom can boost your business.
When the Going Gets Tough
Conflict-resolution strategies for high school dance class
Rachel Tavernier
How I teach Dunham Technique
Ballroom Blitz
Utah Valley Unversity’s … Continue reading

March 2012

March 1, 2012 by

Raegan Wood
How I teach modern dance to children
Feel-Good Fundraising
The inspiring success of three dance fundraisers
I Feel Pretty
Cosmetic surgery options and preparations for dancers
Give Me a Break
Prepare to take some time away from your studio
Making Waves
A … Continue reading

February 2012

February 1, 2012 by

Suki Schorer
Teaching Balanchine’s style for 40 years
Personal Growth
Eight training programs that can enrich your teaching and build your business
First Impressions
Teaching an audition class
Deal of the Day
Digital coupons are an effective marketing tool.
High Five
Studio directors discuss … Continue reading

January 2012

January 1, 2012 by

Editor’s Note: Summer Study
When One Size Does Not Fit All
Tina LeBlanc shares her path of self-exploration
Style Matters
Should your students know one ballet technique or many?
Francis Roach
How I teach Luigi’s jazz
2012 Summer Study Guide
195 programs for … Continue reading

December 2011

December 1, 2011 by

Editor’s Note: The Convention Issue
Red Hot
The inspiring drive of “Glee” choreographer Brooke Lipton
Holidays in Every Way
Sharing ideas for a cheerful and inclusive season
Kristin Altfather
How I teach the Rockette style
2012 Convention Guide
The hottest events for you … Continue reading

November 2011

November 1, 2011 by

Editor’s Note: Don’t Stop—Keep Growing
Head of the Class
Daniel Ulbricht’s new role at Manhattan Youth Ballet
Once Upon a Time in New York City
Create a Big Apple-themed recital.
Olga Dvorovenko
How I teach character dance
Pain, Pain, Go Away
Help your … Continue reading