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  • Inside DM

    It’s not often that a choreographer admits to feeling nervous about his latest work. But Christopher Wheeldon—the man who’s ... More »

  • A Brit, An American, Paris

    Christopher Wheeldon tackles a new role as director-choreographer of the Broadway-bound version of An American in Paris.     ... More »

  • Dance Magazine Awards 2014

    This year we celebrate six extraordinary dance artists: American Ballet Theatre’s Misty Copeland, Youth America Grand Prix’s Larissa Saveliev, ... More »

  • When Onstage Nightmares Come True

    Every dancer has bad performances. But what do you do when your worst fears—forgetting choreography, running into the scrim, ... More »

  • Dancing with Danger

    How the daredevils of STREB Extreme Action deal with the element of danger on a daily basis     ... More »

  • The Science Experiment

    What’s behind the growing scientific curiosity among choreographers?     Rehearsals for Gilles Jobin’s Quantum, created at CERN (3). ... More »

  • Surviving a Starting Salary

    How do dancers get by on a first-year paycheck? Three new professionals told us how they make it work. ... More »

  • Broadway’s Swing Set

    Being a Broadway swing can be thrilling, stressful and downright scary.     There isn’t a time of year ... More »

  • How We Will Dance

    Where is the art form headed in 2015 (and beyond)? Choreographer, curator and performing arts consultant Sydney Skybetterr believes ... More »

  • Why I Choreograph: Larry Keigwin

      Photo by Erin Baiano, Courtesy Keigwin.   I was the gotta dance kid. I was always moving. My ... More »