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October 2011

October 2011

Curtain Up
Wendy Perron
Dance Matters: Fit for a King (of the Dance)
The formidable Segerstrom Center for the Arts turns 25.
Debra Levine
Dance Matters: Earth, Air, Water
The hypnotic Cloud Gate returns to the U.S.
Wendy Perron
Quick Q&A: Diana Vishneva
The ballet superstar on giving Russian audiences their first taste of Graham.
Nina Alovert
Your Body: Boning Up
Steps that can help avoid stress fractures
Nancy Wozny
Advice for Dancers
Linda Hamilton
Still Taking Chances
Hubbard Street Dance Chicago stirs up a brew of Tharp, King, and Naharin.
Hedy Weiss
All-American Dream
With the world premiere of Tom Sawyer, and two new homes, Kansas City Ballet begins a new chapter.
Paul Horsley
Hollywood Falls for Dance—Again
Job opps in L.A. are burgeoning.
Victoria Looseleaf
Breaking Out of the Corps
Three dancers on the roles that made a difference
Elaine Stuart
DM Style
Patters, prints, and sparkle
Khara Hanlon
DM Style: Dancer's Choice
PNB soloist and garden-planning guru Rachel Foster
Khara Hanlon
Centerwork: Campus Connections
At colleges that are major dance presenters, opportunities abound.
Victoria Looseleaf
Studio Notes
Movement Research's International Dance Dialogues
Siobhan Burke
Technique My Way: Erin Yarbrough-Stewart
This busy Smuin dancer uses her time wisely.
Mary Ellen Hunt
On the Rise: Lauren Lovette
An infectious stage presence has put this NYCB corps member in the spotlight.
Joseph Carman
Back in Swing
Veteran tapper Don Correia’s Follies turn
Sylviane Gold
Plugged In
Jock Soto's Every Step You Take, Miami City Ballet on PBS, Merce Cunningham Events app, flashmob opps
Transitions
Charles Askegard retires, Roland Petit
Marnee Morris (1946–2011)
Remembering the former NYCB dancer
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