Today marks the centennial of the birth of Dr. James “Buster” Brown, one of tap’s most celebrated performers and teachers. A long-time member of the Copasetics, Brown influenced many of today’s dancers through his teaching … Continue reading
You know you’re living in the future when dancers in Amsterdam can appear live onstage in a performance happening thousands of miles away in Toronto. Stream was presented as part of the Assemblée Internationale, a … Continue reading
This afternoon, Miami City Ballet founding director Edward Villella joined the ranks of George Balanchine, Martha Graham, Arthur Mitchell and Suzanne Farrell (not to mention city planner Robert Moses and folk music legend Pete Seeger) … Continue reading
Past research has pegged the average fast food meal at 881 calories. That may sound like a hefty nosh, but new data show the numbers are even higher in sit-down restaurants.
Across two studies, researchers … Continue reading
American Ballet Theatre loves having Alexei Ratmansky on their team, and they want to shout it from the rooftops. Last weekend, “NYC-ARTS” on New York’s PBS station THIRTEEN showcased the company’s artist in residence as … Continue reading