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  • Interview

    How to Ignite Fire and Life Onstage

    When Scott Graham and Steven Hoggett co-founded U.K.-based physical theater company Frantic Assembly, they changed the way today’s choreographers and directors approach live storytelling.

  • News

    Alvin Ailey Dance and Others Get National Cinematic Run

    The modern dance company is partnering with Lincoln Center at the Movies as a part of its “Great American Dance” film series—also featuring Ballet Hispanico, the New York City Ballet, and the San Francisco Ballet—to bring audiences across the nation closer to the art form.

  • Interview

    2 Very Different Dances Come to B’way This Fall

    “On Your Feet!” and “Dames at Sea” promise an exciting—and varied—season of dance thanks to choreographers Sergio Trujillo and Randy Skinner.

  • News

    Free Dance Festival Comes to Brooklyn

    Looking to see some great dance performances? Brooklyn and White Wave will be hosting the 2015 Dumbo Dance Festival, a four-day celebration of movement.

  • Interview

    On the High Seas of Performance Success

    Backstage chats with Carnival creatives Kristin Alexis Turner and John Tartaglia about the perks of working on a cruise line, why it’s great for your performance arsenal, and unexpected talents you’ll acquire!

  • Advice

    12 Broadway Choreographers All Actors Should Know

    From the early days of the Great White Way to the greatest hits of the past 10 years, here are 12 legendary choreographers who have given shape to Broadway as we know it.

  • Advice

    Creating Spectacle on a Cruise Ship

    Danny Teeson has directed and choreographed for Princess Cruises for eight years. He talks about why he loves the freedom his job gives him.

  • Advice

    3 Reasons to Take Pride in Being a Regional Actor

    Regional/local actors add so much to a project! Here are three reasons you should be proud to be an actor—wherever you are.

  • Advice

    6 Questions With…Misty Copeland

    The history-making African-American principal dancer of the American Ballet Theatre chats about her Broadway debut in “On the Town,” her dance crushes, and which of her performances have left a lasting mark on her.

  • News

    Attention All Dancers!

    Dance Network, the first network dedicated entirely to dance, is set to launch with original and acquired programming, from competition shows to documentaries, films, and instructional performances.