President Obama Honors Bill T.

posted Thursday, Jul 24

Bill T. Jones has a new honor to add to his collection: A 2013 National Medal of Arts. President Barack Obama will present the award to Jones and this year’s 11 other recipients in a ceremony at the White… Read More >


Pennsylvania Ballet Names Angel Corella New Artistic Director

posted Wednesday, Jul 23

Last night, Pennsylvania Ballet revealed its search for a new artistic director was over. Starting in September, Angel Corella, will fill the slot. He'll replace longtime artistic director, Roy Kaiser, who announced his plans to step down back in April.


When it comes to name… Read More >


Saturday Is National Dance Day

posted Tuesday, Jul 22

Clear your Saturday if you haven't already. National Dance Day, founded by Nigel Lythgoe and the Dizzy Feet Foundation in 2010, is being celebrated on July 26. The main events are in New York, L.A. and Washington DC with tons of offerings, from classes to performances, that really show off dan… Read More >


Dance School Diaries

posted Friday, Jul 18

It's official: dance movies, documentaries, TV shows and web-series are everywhere. The latest to join the likes of city.ballet. and Strictly Ballet … Read More >


Don't Underestimate Pilobolus

posted Thursday, Jul 17

Pilobolus sometimes gets a bad rap in the modern dance world. People like to complain that “they’ve sold out,” or “they’re just a bunch of tricks.”


But watching the company’s opening night at The Joyce Theater this week, I couldn't h… Read More >


Stress Less

posted Wednesday, Jul 16

This week, NPR is rolling out a series of stories related to stress, tackling topics like how it affects our emotions, our sleeping patterns, what we eat and how we work. According to a poll conducted by NPR, the Robert Wood … Read More >


Christopher Walken to Join NBC's "Peter Pan Live"

posted Tuesday, Jul 15

Last year, NBC aired its "Sound of Music Live" program, starring Carrie Underwood, to mixed reviews. Though the viewership numbers were incredible—18.5 million people tuned into the broadcast, with final rerun an… Read More >


Fashion for Your Friday

posted Friday, Jul 11

Good news for all of you dancing fashionistas: Net-A-Porter, the luxury-brand online retailer, launched Net-A-Sporter this week. Consider it your online go-to spot for al… Read More >


Broadway Sneak Peek on SYTYCD

posted Thursday, Jul 10

Sometimes, my favorite part of "So You Think You Can Dance" isn't the duets or the dance-for-your-life solos, but the group numbers, where all the competitors team up to perform together. Last night was one of those episodes, when all 20 finalists presented "New York, New York" from On the Tow… Read More >


Sleep Better Tonight, Dance Better Tomorrow

posted Wednesday, Jul 09

A rough night's sleep can easily translate into a tough, sluggish day at the studio. And new research from Tel Aviv University's School of Psychological Sciences confirmed that interrupted sleep can be as detrimental as getting no more than four hours of continuous sleep.


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First Look: Lil Buck with Katie Couric

posted Tuesday, Jul 08

Lil Buck is on a roll. His mix of high and low art has made him the media darling of the moment, and whether you're a Fox News watcher, a Read More >


Paris Opéra's Nicolas Le Riche Farewell to Be Live Streamed

posted Tuesday, Jul 08

The Paris Opéra Ballet will say goodbye to one of its most beloved étoiles tomorrow: After over 30 years with the company, Nicolas Le Riche is retiring. Luckily for us, the July 9 fare… Read More >


NYCB Goes to Broadway

posted Thursday, Jul 03

Lincoln Center seems like it's gotten closer to 42nd Street somehow. Next season, not one, but three (!) New York City Ballet principals will be starring in major musicals.


Tiler Peck will be reuniting with Susan Stroman to dance (and sing and act) in Little Dancer,… Read More >


NCI: A Win-Win Situation

posted Thursday, Jul 03

For the past 11 summers, emerging choreographers and dancers from across the country have gathered in southern California for the National Choreographer’s Initiative. And the benefits are two-fold: Dancers on their summer break receive engaging, process-oriented work, while the four selected… Read More >


Superfood Substitutes

posted Wednesday, Jul 02

Happy (almost) Fourth of July weekend! Whether you're taking a dish to a BBQ or prepping your own spread for friends, try using these superfood substitutes for a fresh take on traditional summer fare.


  • If you're grilling, opt for turkey burgers… Read More >

Promotions at ABT

posted Tuesday, Jul 01

For us dance folk, the end of a season doesn't just mean the start of summer vacation. It's also the time of year for hirings, firings and promotions. American Ballet Theatre just announced a handful of dancers who are climbing its ra… Read More >


From USA IBC–Jackson: Washington Ballet’s Andile Ndlovu

posted Friday, Jun 27

For the past two weeks, over 90 dancers from around the world have taken over the city of Jackson, Mississippi, for the USA International Ballet Competition. Since Tuesday, the remaining 31 finalists have been strutting their stuff to packed audiences at Thalia Mara Hall. While there’s been … Read More >


USA IBC Results

posted Friday, Jun 27

After two weeks of competion, the jury of the 2014 USA IBC has selected the medalists and those receiving special awards. Dance Magazine sends a big congratulations to all of the winners!

Men’s Senior Gold Medalist –
Jeong Hansol, Republic … Read More >


Marquese "Nonstop" Scott Is at it Again

posted Thursday, Jun 26

When Marquese Scott posted an off-the-cuff clip of himself dancing to Foster The People’s "Pumped Up Kicks" a couple years back, it was the very definition of viral: Within days, it had more than 2 million views on YouT… Read More >


Should You Go Gluten-Free?

posted Wednesday, Jun 25

First there was fat-free, then sugar-free, and now, we’re in the age of the gluten-free craze. It seems like there’s a hot new health fad everyday (can I say Shakeology?), so it can be hard to determine what’s a trend and what may actually be good for you.

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