Read these to get your creative juices flowing—or just for the juicy dance-world details.
I Was a Dancer Jacques d’Amboise; Knopf; 2011; 464 pages. Before he became a New York City Ballet principal, Jacques d’Amboise (born … Continue reading
Vogue recently spotlighted this film, which previews Justin Peck’s new work, Heatscape, to be premiered by Miami City Ballet at end of the month. In the video, dancers—casual in jeans and Keds—explore the city’s mural-covered Wynwood Walls, … Continue reading
At the Regional High School Dance Festival (which alternates yearly with the National festival), 1,000 students and teachers from high school dance programs, college representatives and summer program recruiters gather for an extended weekend of … Continue reading
Congratulations to Megan Story, Editors’ Choice for the Dance Teacher Video of the Month!
While choreographing the class combination “Waiting Game” for her intermediate and advanced contemporary students at the Tennessee Arts Conservatory in Spring Hill, … Continue reading
National Geographic’s new documentary, Sleepless in America, is clearly designed to scare you into getting more sleep. According to the film (created with National Institutes of Health and The Public Good Projects), Americans today sleep … Continue reading