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For young performers, understanding dance is key.
Travis Wall's new reality show “All The Right Moves,” chronicling the formation of dance company Shaping Sound with his best friends Nick Lazzarini and Teddy Forance, premiered in July.
The Emmy-nominated choreographer (“So You Think You Can Dance”) discusses what she’s happy to see in the room, the classes every beginner should take, and the key to getting the most out of a dance career.
“Discovering Fiscally Sponsored Dancemakers,” a new study published Sept. 7 by Dance/NYC, examines the growing benefits of fiscal sponsorship for non-profit dance companies.
Whether you’re interested in classical training or want to dance for Justin Timberlake on tour, Millennium Dance Complex, Loyola Marymount University, and California State University at Long Beach Loyola Marymount University offer what you need.
Complexions Contemporary Ballet, in a two-week season at the Joyce Theater, presented a one-night celebration of its 18th anniversary. These dynamic dancers can do anything.
American Ballet Theatre’s “The Nutcracker,” choreographed by Alexei Ratmansky, is an indisputably improved take on the familiar Christmastime treat, at Brooklyn Academy of Music.
Celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, the Dance Alliance provided dancers with almost $4 million dollars in college scholarships.
“AfroTango,” an invigorating, smartly cast new musical revue at Thalia Spanish Theatre, attempts to demonstrate that Argentinean tango dancing harbors African roots.