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July 2012

July 2012

Curtain Up
Wendy Perron
Letters
Dance Matters: A Force of Nature
Ragamala Dance (and its wonder women) at 20
Linda Shapiro
Dance Matters: Strength and Support
Our national advocacy organization turns 30.
Emily Macel Theys
Quick Q&A: Clifton Brown
The Ailey luminary on the new chapter of his dance career—which means work outside the company.
Kina Poon
New York Notebook
Wendy Perron
Your Body: Weight Shift
Traditional kettlebells can build core strength.
Nancy Wozny
Advice for Dancers
Linda Hamilton
The Bold & The Beautiful
Marie-Agnès Gillot carves her own path as a Paris Opéra Ballet étoile.
Karyn Bauer
Listening to Your Body
Five dancers' decade-by-decade approach to dancing health
Kathleen McGuire
What Are They Doing Wrong?
Physical therapists talk about the common mistakes dancers make.
Nancy Wozny
DM Style: Good Day Sunshine
Summer's sweetest rehearsal clothing
Khara Hanlon
DM Style: Dancer's Choice
San Francisco Ballet soloist Dores André is always looking for an adventure.
Khara Hanlon
Centerwork: Creation, Not Imitation
A postmodern pioneer discovers a new hotbed of creativity.
Victoria Looseleaf
Studio Notes
Celebrating Bennington, Aerial Dance Bootcamp, CHIME mentorship accepting applications
Siobhan Burke
Technique My Way: Michael Trusnovec
This stellar Taylor dancer tunes in to what his body is telling him.
Lauren Kay
On the Rise: Beckanne Sisk
The Ballet West dancer has charisma to spare.
Kathy Adams
On Broadway: He's Got Rhythm
Nice Work’s high-flying Robert Hartwell
Sylviane Gold
Plugged In
Peter for Pina book; ABT, Kansas City Ballet, and Ballet Austin iPhone apps; free performance footage at ARTE LIVE WEB; Tribute to Jerome Robbins: Paris Opéra Ballet DVD
Transitions
Lucien Postlewaite leaves Pacific Northwest Ballet; Sylvia Waters steps down from Ailey II; Lauren Grant and David Leventhal welcome a son
Ron K. Brown
Video: July Choreography in Focus
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