For our February issue’s Health column, we asked a few experts how to help dancers find alignment in their spines without overshooting. Here’s one tip, from Megan Williams:
“Finding the neutral pelvis can be tricky, because … Continue reading
In our February issue’s Business column, we share 7 studio hacks to help you save time, money and sanity.
I think it’s safe to say that the past two days have been “The Weekend of Beyoncé.” The day before her Super Bowl halftime appearance, she dropped a new single-cum-video, “Formation,” with choreography by none … Continue reading
When Giordano Dance Chicago’s Joshua Blake Carter was in high school, he took jazz from Emily Yewell-Volin. Years later, he can still vividly recall the time she helped him with a particularly tricky step.
On Tuesday night, New York City Ballet’s Justin Peck premiered his first evening-length ballet for the company—a narrative work called The Most Incredible Thing, based on a story by Hans Christian Andersen. And while I haven’t seen much of the … Continue reading
In our February issue, we hear about how Hofstra professor Robin Becker brought Into Sunlight, her evening-length work about war, to Vietnam.