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Brushes with Greatness

September 1, 2015 by

Ten educators and choreographers speak on preserving classic modern dance traditions.
While the field of dance grows broader and more eclectic by the day, classic modern dance technique increasingly takes a backseat. It’s not uncommon for … Continue reading

Dance in the Grand Tetons

September 1, 2015 by

How Dancers’ Workshop is distinguishing Jackson Hole, Wyoming, as a destination for dance

Like many others who are drawn to the rugged beauty of Jackson Hole, with its world-famous skiing and other outdoor sports, Babs Case … Continue reading

Making a Case for Dance in Public Schools

September 1, 2015 by

Catherine Gallant inspires creativity and confidence at PS 89.
Children skipping, dancing with partners and swaying from side to side illuminate the screen of the documentary film PS DANCE! as their teacher, Catherine Gallant, weaves through … Continue reading

Ashley Tuttle

September 1, 2015 by

How I teach ballet
The Friday night dinner hour may not seem a prime-time slot for an adult beginner/intermediate ballet class. However, former American Ballet Theatre principal Ashley Tuttle had such a loyal following in her … Continue reading

Full Spectrum

August 1, 2015 by

Choreographer Camille A. Brown’s new community outreach project challenges the perceptions and dreams of young black women.
Thirty-five black girls have their eyes glued on Camille A. Brown. She’s leading them through a fast-paced movement history … Continue reading

10 Years Later

August 1, 2015 by

New Orleans Ballet Association has staged a remarkable comeback after Hurricane Katrina.
A glance at Google Maps told Jenny Hamilton most of what she needed to know about the state of the New Orleans Ballet … Continue reading