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  • Inside DM

    Shock and Awe Many choreographers present their work at the Metropolitan Museum of Art these days. But only one ... More »
  • Performances Onstage This Month

    Against the Ropes MONTCLAIR, NJ This month, the always curious, always compelling Nora Chipaumire continues her exploration of the black body by ...
  • One Dancer, Two Jobs

    At several small companies, dancers doubling as administrators is the new norm. The mechanics of arts administration have historically stayed ...
  • Modern Mentors

    Stephen Petronio's residency program Stephen Petronio Company spent much of 2015 looking back, performing works by Merce Cunningham and ...
  • CATS Makes a Comeback

    When CATS opened on Broadway in 1982, it ran for a record-breaking 18 years. This summer, it will return ...
  • 10 Minutes with Hannah O'Neill

    The Paris Opéra Ballet's newest starlet At 23, Hannah O'Neill is thriving at the Paris Opéra Ballet. Born to ...
  • Shuffling Back to Broadway

    The tap musical that helped break down racial barriers in theater returns—with a twist. If you call it a revival, ...
  • On the Rise: Steffi Cheong

    Don't let Steffi Cheong's petite build fool you—onstage, she can unleash fierce physicality as readily as the most delicate ...
  • Advice for Dancers: A Curious Conundrum

    How to manage multiple leading roles without wearing yourself out, plus advice on injury recovery and life after dancing I ...
  • The Humor and Hustle of Monica Bill Barnes

    Through her Ira Glass collaboration, Monica Bill Barnes has reached a new level of success. But her self-deprecating humor and ...
  • Make It New

    When little is left to rebel against, it can sometimes seem like dance has already exhausted all choreographic possibilities. So what ...
  • Say What? How Dancers Handle Their Worst Reviews

    Melody Mennite's first published review hurt like a punch in the gut. While dancing Clara's solo in The Nutcracker, ... More »
  • Starting Over

    Longtime Dance Theatre of Harlem star Ashley Murphy reboots her career at The Washington Ballet. As a reigning ballerina ...
  • Pointe Shoes: Find Your Next Pair

    When it comes to pointe shoes, every detail makes a difference in how comfortable and confident you'll feel onstage. ...
  • Get the Look: Casual Confidence at Ballet Hispanico

    Kimberly Van Woesik's style is effortlessly cool. She balances loose layers, like a gray crop top and a comfy ...
  • Maternity on the Marley

    Keep your body strong through pregnancy for a faster recovery. During the first weeks of Boston Ballet's 2014–15 season, I ...
  • Why Anorexia Is So Hard to Beat

    Experts estimate that as many as half of all anorexia patients who recover end up relapsing. Many have assumed ...
  • The Power of Dance

    Mark Morris Dance Group launched its Dance for Parkinson's Disease program in 2001 to help patients who suffer from ...
  • Fuel the Fire

    What should you eat before a performance? It can be challenging to find foods that give you the right ... More »
  • Working Out With Christopher Vo

    The Broadway dancer teaches 12 fitness classes a week. Christopher Vo's career redefines the term “impressive resumé." He's danced ...
  • A Man's World

    The female dancer's guide to men's technique class Throughout Ballet West's Nutcracker, Sugar Plum Fairy Katie Critchlow is the ...
  • A Modern Master

    College students tackle William Forsythe's technique and rep. Widely regarded as one of the most inventive choreographers of our ...
  • When “Diversity" Isn't Enough

    Handling discrimination within ballet companies Not too long ago Kiara Felder, a dancer with Atlanta Ballet, got a haircut ...
  • Free and Open

    María Riccetto's second chapter In a way, María Riccetto has had not one but two ballet careers. The first ...
  • Why I Dance: Isabella Boylston

    Principal dancer with American Ballet Theatre A ballerina is many things. She's a musician, athlete, actor, conjurer, muse and ...