In 2009, Back Stage reader Bob Leonard was featured in our weekly "Who Got the Part?" column after he was cast as a member of the Timeless Torches, a dance team for the WNBA's New York Liberty.
Aspiring "Newsies" from Los Angeles will have their chance to join the picket lines this week when Disney Theatrical Productions holds an open audition for the upcoming tour of the Broadway musical.
When it comes to flamenco dance, Soledad Barrio is the best in the business, and this performance by her company, Noche Flamenca, features world-class dancers, singers, and guitarists.
The New York Jets are holding auditions for dancers for the Jets Flight Crew cheerleading squad for the 2012 football season.
New York City Ballet opens its fall season with a Balanchine-Stravinsky program featuring the rarely seen “Orpheus,” a dynamic interpretation of “Apollo,” and a flawed performance of “Agon.”
Director-choreographer Warren Carlyle brings to life this year’s Spring Spectacular with a little help from playwright Joshua Harmon, star Laura Benanti, and 42 high-kicking Rockettes.
Austin McCormick, artistic director of the NYC-based dance troupe, talks about overcoming disaster, what to keep through your dance training, and Company XIV’s newest production “Rococo Rouge.”
“So You Think You Can Dance” executive producer and judge Nigel Lythgoe dispensed creative and business advice for dancers at SAG-AFTRA’s second annual Dancers Forum
Artistic director Jacques Heim is experiencing a creative evolution as he readies the Diavolo Dance Company for a Sept. 12 performance at L.A.'s Greek Theatre.
Backstage speaks with artists Jacob Sutton and Ian Eastwood, who have successfully cast and been cast through YouTube, to chat about what they look for in dancers and the key to marking your mark with social media.