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On Thin Ice

May 1, 2015 by

In 2014, Jody Sperling became the first choreographer to conduct research on a U.S. Coast Guard science expedition to the Arctic Ocean. She’s now making a 30-minute work that she hopes will call attention to … Continue reading

Alberto Del Saz

April 29, 2015 by

How I teach the Nikolais/Louis philosophy

In a studio at Marymount Manhattan College, Alberto Del Saz gently coaches young adults through a floor warm-up. They balance on their tailbones, trying to elongate their spines while their … Continue reading

You Could Be YouTube Famous

April 29, 2015 by

How three choreographers use video-sharing sites like YouTube and Vimeo to go viral—and book gigs
In the world of freelance teaching and choreography, the best way to get your work seen used to be to create … Continue reading

Jared Grimes

April 1, 2015 by

How I teach tap
“What do you think about when you count?” Jared Grimes asks his intermediate tap class. The small but focused group begins in a circle in one of Broadway Dance Center’s wood-floor studios. … Continue reading

Reigniting a Passion

April 1, 2015 by

Lisa Mara gives nonprofessional adult dancers a place to perform.
Just four days before opening night, upwards of 150 dancers of all shapes and sizes spill into the aisles of The Boston Conservatory Theater, generating an … Continue reading

Mystic India

April 1, 2015 by

A group of friends who decided to continue dancing after college now run a major professional touring production and more.

“I never anticipated dancing as my career,” says Amit Shah, the founder and creative director of … Continue reading