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Beginning Musical Theatre Dance

by Diana Dart Harris

112 pages; $39.99

Introduce your dancers to musical theater with this book, which breaks down the basics. The text comes with a web resource that offers video clips, a glossary, prompts for e-journaling and links to further study and assignments.

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Ballerina Gets Ready

by Allegra Kent

illustrated by Catherine Stock

40 pages; $16.95

Former New York City Ballet principal Allegra Kent details the daily life of a ballerina in this brilliantly illustrated book. Your young dancers will love following Iris as she takes on a performance day, from the moment she wakes up until the curtain rises.

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by Rachael Sage

14 tracks; $15


Rachael Sage's new full-length album doesn't hit shelves 'til May 20, but you can win a copy now! The album features swooping, piano- and string-heavy tracks ranging from jazzy, upbeat tunes to slower, lyrical sounds that will inspire your choreography.




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Dance to the Piper 

by Agnes de Mille

Introduction by Joan Acocella

331 pages; $17.95


In Agnes de Mille's memoir, discover the surprisingly challenging story of the woman who changed the face of Broadway dance forever with Oklahoma!


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This Very Moment: teaching thinking dancing

by Barbara Dilley

Naropa University Press; 203 pages; $40


Barbara Dilley, former Cunningham and Judson Church dancer, weaves her memoirs into this handbook for movement improvisation and composition practices.


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TuTu Thin: A Guide to Dancing Without an Eating Disorder

By Dawn Smith-Theodore, MA, MFT, CEDS

177 pages; $14.95

Written by a dancer-turned-eating disorder specialist, this book offers insight into why some dancers develop disorders, how to recognize the warning signs and how to get help. It also includes nutrition plans and dancer case studies. Learn how to spot and prevent destructive thoughts and behavior in your students.

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Dance in the Mirror

The ballet photography of
John R. Johnsen
239 pages
Bunheads will love this book of photography by Danish ballet photographer John R. Johnsen. The images, captured between 1965 and 1996, feature dancers from the Royal Danish Ballet, New York City Ballet, Martha Graham Dance Company and more.

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