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  • What's Next

    I love that January gives us a chance to hit the restart button. With the holidays over and Nutcracker ... More »
  • Performances Onstage this Month

    Gravitas, Russian-Style SAN FRANCISCO During last fall's World Ballet Day LIVE, San Francisco Ballet's choreographer in residence, Yuri Possokhov, talked to ...
  • Upheaval at Staatsballett Berlin

    The appointment of Sasha Waltz and Johannes Öhman has already proved controversial. Unrest is brewing in Berlin. In September, local government ...
  • Farm to Theater

    Rural arts venues are continuing to grow. While not a new idea, the development of rural sites dedicated to ...
  • 10 Minutes with Carla Körbes

    The beloved ballerina talks about her new life in Los Angeles. It's been a year and a half since ...
  • A Place to Play

    Broadway Dance Lab gives choreographers freedom to experiment. He calls it the Broadway Dance Lab, but Josh Prince doesn't ...
  • Advice for Dancers: Trouble in Paradise

    How to keep your career on track when your company is suffering Rumors are flying that my ballet company is ...
  • 25 to Watch

    Unity Phelan Corps member, New York City Ballet Unity Phelan's long, willowy limbs drip with girlish glamour: She presents ...
  • More Than Backup

    Dance is pushing music videos in unexpected directions—and creating unprecedented viral hype. When it came out in 2014, few ...
  • Ache, Throb, Hurt

    New York City Ballet principal Abi Stafford opens up about the frustrating, but unavoidable role of pain in a ...
  • Even More Electric

    As Victor Quijada celebrates 15 years of RUBBERBANDance Group, his company turns a new corner. The dancers of RUBBERBANDance ...
  • The Arc of Artistry

    How three ballerinas have deepened their approach to a career-defining role Some ballerinas seem destined to embody certain roles. At her ... More »
  • Technique Rx

    Cross-training solutions for your biggest challenges in the studio Sometimes, it takes more than dancing to become a better ... More »
  • Get Booked

    Top presenters open up about what they're looking for in dance companies. During my company's fledgling years, I remember ...
  • An American in Tel Aviv

    Ohad Naharin. Batsheva Dance Company. Studios with beach views. Even when your dance dreams come true, moving across the ...
  • He's Back

    After four decades in Germany, choreographer William Forsythe returns to the U.S.—and to his ballet roots. William Forsythe is ...
  • Side Gig Woes

    It is no surprise that a career in dance is physically demanding. But many dancers learn the hard way ...
  • Resolutions Nutritionists Wish You'd Make

    Every New Year's Eve, we make promises to ourselves about our health. But are you choosing the right goals? ...
  • Working Out With Elena d'Amario

    For this Parsons Dance phenom, slow, careful work gives her the power to explode onstage. Elena d'Amario approaches every ...
  • It's the Little Things

    Small details can have a huge impact on your performance. As a dancer, you spend hours looking at yourself ...
  • From Studio to Summertime

    Start planning your summer break now. Though summer offers a much-needed break for college dance students, it can also ...
  • Stuck in the Middle

    Being a soloist has its perks, like bigger roles and a bigger paycheck. But it has a less glamorous ...
  • In Character

    ABT's Roman Zhurbin has transformed character roles into career-making breakthroughs. People generally enter the rigorous field of ballet with big ...
  • Dancing Through the Dog Days

    August intensives can help serious ballet students fill the summer gap. Last summer, Tessa Freeman spent five weeks at ...
  • How to Choose the Right Summer Program: A Checklist

    Want to try a new summer intensive? How do you find out whether a program will be a good ...
  • Coached by Gelsey

    At Gelsey Kirkland's repertory workshop, students get the kind of attention usually reserved for principal dancers. Gelsey Kirkland walks ...
  • Collaborative Learning

    At Hubbard Street's new intensive in Los Angeles, dancers dig into the choreographic process. “Give it more intensity," says ...
  • Stretch Yourself

    New York City Dance Alliance's summer intensive pushes dancers beyond their comfort zone. When you're heading into your final ...
  • Why I Dance: Sasha Hutchings

    I need a fair measure of beginner's luck to warrant further pursuit of any craft. It took two days ...
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  • Take a Stand

    Whenever non-dancers ask me, “What's the point of dance?" I always start my (very long) list of responses the ... More »
  • Performances Onstage This Month

    Kylling It PARIS Jirí Kylián may have no current plans to choreograph new work, but that hasn't lessened the ... More »
  • A New Nutcracker for the Joffrey

    Christopher Wheeldon creates a working-class holiday ballet. Twelve-year-old Christopher Wheeldon was annoyed. He had been cast as Fritz in ...
  • Dynamic Duo

    American Dance Machine for the 21st Century teams up with Steps on Broadway. When the curtain comes down on a ... More »
  • 10 Minutes With Mark Morris

    Built to last, Mark Morris Dance Group's The Hard Nut returns December 10–18 for its 25th anniversary engagement, in ...
  • Choreographing Cyberspace

    Danny Mefford dives into teen angst and social media for Dear Evan Hansen. “What would Pina Bausch do?" Not ...
  • On the Rise: Jonalyn Saxer

    Broadway dancer Jonalyn Saxer is a dazzling juxtaposition of old and new. Onstage, her taps echo with the zing ...
  • Advice for Dancers: The Curse of Career Happiness

    My girlfriend wants me to say “no" to extra work outside of the company. During breaks, I typically teach ...
  • Dance in the Age of Black Lives Matter

    Continuing the long legacy of activism in our field, today's artists are using dance to confront racism. Dance performances often ...
  • Before #BlackLivesMatter: A Timeline

    In this moment of history, choreographers of all walks of life are addressing racism and violence through dance. But ... More »
  • 2016 Dance Magazine Awards

    This year we celebrate four extraordinary dance heroes: New York City Ballet principal Tiler Peck, choreographer Lar Lubovitch, activist/teacher Carolyn Adams and historian Lynn ... More »
  • Ballet's Backbone

    What does it take to be a corps member? We followed a day in the life of Boston Ballet ...
  • Gone Viral

    Ever dream of having one of your dance videos go viral online? The experience may not be all that ...
  • What It Takes to Create a Choreographer

    Dance organizations throughout the country are working to build better laboratories for tomorrow's dancemakers. Tommie-Waheed Evans was having a fairly typical ...
  • What's a Jellicle Cat?

    CATS holds a sacred place in many dancers' hearts. Tackling T.S. Eliot's alternate, feline universe offers a chance to ...
  • A Bold Leap

    At age 41, international star Lucia Lacarra refuses to settle for anything less than her dream career—even when that ...
  • Ballet Without Borders

    It's estimated that one-fifth of Nairobi's population lives in Kibera, making it the largest urban slum in Africa. The ...
  • The Best of 2016

    What were your favorite performances of the year? Our team of editors and writers nominated the best shows we ... More »
  • Dancing With Asthma

    It starts with a tight feeling in your chest. Your breaths become shallow and high, like your lungs are ...
  • Working Out With Mathilde Froustey

    The San Francisco Ballet principal revamped her body philosophy after leaving France. When Mathilde Froustey joined San Francisco Ballet ...
  • Smart Cookies

    Three dancers share the sweet holiday traditions that get them through Nutcracker season. Jordan Richardson Ballet West corps member ...
  • Like No Place Else

    Site-specific performance presents unique challenges—but can be uniquely rewarding. When Rashaun Mitchell danced with the Merce Cunningham Dance Company, ...
  • Beyond Anatomy

    Dance science has become increasingly prevalent in colleges—and increasingly relevant for dancers. Whether or not you're interested in a ...
  • Grin and Bear It

    Katie Gibson remembers a particularly trying time from her early days in a ballet company: “We were rehearsing a ...
  • Double Life

    Madelyn Ho's unconventional path to Paul Taylor Madelyn Ho, the most recent addition to the Paul Taylor Dance Company, could not ...
  • Why I Dance: Aparna Ramaswamy

    Co-artistic director and dancer with Ragamala Dance Company Dance connects me to my ancestry. Raised both in India and ...
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  • The Talent Question

    Can audiences tell the difference between dancers whose talent comes naturally and those who have to struggle for it? ... More »
  • Performances Onstage this Month

    Trans-Atlantic Treat LONDON Wayne McGregor's Chroma is widely considered a modern masterpiece, showcasing the sumptuous hyper-physicality and athletic partnering ... More »
  • Dancers as Activists

    Gibney Dance Company empowers its members to create their own social-impact initiatives. What if your full-time dance job required ...
  • The More Things Change…

    Five years after Liz Lerman's departure, Dance Exchange continues to forge new initiatives. Who gets to dance? Where is the dance ... More »
  • 10 Minutes With…Diana Vishneva

    The ballerina turned impresario expands her CONTEXT festival. Ballet superstar Diana Vishneva keeps topping herself. While still a principal ...
  • Reimagining a Classic

    Holiday Inn pairs tap shoes with jump ropes and firecrackers. It didn't take much to put Denis Jones in ...
  • On the Rise: Rachel Richardson

    The luminous Rachel Richardson has it all: long legs, articulate feet and a sparkling smile that makes her prodigious ...
  • Advice for Dancers: Stage Mom Trauma

    What are the aftereffects of a pushy parent? Plus, how big-name dancers' endorsements could help you. Is dance selling ...
  • Unstoppable

    For Boston Ballet principal Misa Kuranaga, reaching the top is just the start. Misa Kuranaga had just arrived in ...
  • Becoming an Artist

    What did George Balanchine and Jerome Robbins want out of the dancers who performed their choreography? Former New York ...
  • Make 'Em Laugh

    Get a serious lesson in creating humorous work. At one performance of David Parker's Nut/Cracked in 2005, three-quarters of ...
  • Making His Own Rules

    For Jonah Bokaer's latest groundbreaking work, pop musician Pharrell Williams joins the choreographer's list of high-profile collaborators. “The distance ...
  • Tackling Depression

    Although dancers may be predisposed, few wellness programs address it. As a teenager, I had a coveted place in the ...
  • Comfort Food Swaps

    Healthy twists on your favorite winter treats As the days get colder and your schedule gets more stressful, it's ...
  • Learning From the Past

    Students can take their dancing to the next level with an appreciation of its history. Before writing off your ...
  • On the Circuit

    Maurya Kerr's company tinypistol might not exist were it not for dance festivals. In 2011, the former Alonzo King ...
  • Lonely at the Top

    Prodigies face unique challenges during training years and beyond. In most classic stories, we root for the underdog. Ballet is no ...
  • Defying Tradition

    Rocío Molina has forged a style of flamenco that can't be defined. Ten years ago, dancer and choreographer Rocío ...
  • Why I Dance: James Whiteside

    American Ballet Theatre principal My mother passed away during this past ABT Met Season. It spurred changes in me ...
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  • Get Competitive

    Ask any director what they're looking for in dancers, and more often than not they'll say “versatility." Case in ... More »
  • Performances Onstage this Month

    Trisha Times Ten SAN FRANCISCO In Trisha Brown's 1975 piece Locus, performers move through the space of an imaginary ... More »
  • Glimpsing Greatness

    World Ballet Day LIVE returns for a third year. Seeing the world's greatest ballet companies and comparing their styles ...
  • New Artistic Directors = New School Directors

    Ballet school heads have shifted in the wake of changing company leadership. The change in artistic directors at both ...
  • 10 Minutes With Lauren Lovette

    The NYCB principal tries her hand at choreography. Even back when she was in the corps at New York ...
  • The Accidental Choreographer

    Sam Pinkleton's unconventional path to Broadway Sam Pinkleton has never danced in a Broadway musical. He's never assisted a Broadway ...
  • On the Rise: Dylan Wald

    Though it was only his first season in the corps, Dylan Wald was chosen for a career-defining role last ...
  • Advice for Dancers: Are Injuries Unavoidable?

    How to deal with the challenges of dancing a varied repertoire—or the same show night after night I'm finding ...
  • Where Her Secret Lies

    Ebony Williams has long been a chameleon of the dance world—a trait that's helped her launch the second chapter ...
  • What Makes a Principal?

    Artistic directors reveal how they decide who gets the top promotion. There is one question at the ballet that ...
  • Should Dancers Lift Weights?

    Don't fall for these all-too-common strength-training myths. During his dancing days, Jared Kaplan used to look down on strength ...
  • Guilty Pleasures

    Most dancers' meals are filled with healthy food choices. But splurges are also part of a well-balanced diet—and life. Danny ...
  • Working Out With Stella Abrera

    In her first season as a principal at American Ballet Theatre, Stella Abrera experienced a kind of exhaustion she'd ...
  • Master the Convention Class

    Whether you're attending your first convention or your 20th, spending a weekend in a crowded ballroom with hundreds of ...
  • Studying the Street

    More colleges are incorporating hip hop into their programs, and students are reaping the benefits. Street styles have long ...
  • Get Represented

    It took Taeler Cyrus three tries before she found the right agent. She was performing with Ailey II when ...
  • Can You Win Without Tricks?

    Many artists bemoan the emphasis on extreme technique at competitions. But do dancers need technical bravado to place? Dancers today ...
  • More Than A Solo

    Use your coaching sessions to improve your overall technique. So often, a great competition soloist sweeps the awards for an outstanding ...
  • Why I Dance: Sarah Lamb

    Principal dancer with The Royal Ballet Love is a struggle, and so is my love of dance. It is ...
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  • Get Inspired

    Painting a face on the top of your bald head to personify the character of your dead father sounds ... More »
  • Performances Onstage This Fall

    Brooklyn Academy of Music's Next Wave Festival Packed with cutting-edge choreography, the Next Wave Festival is bursting at the seams this fall. Five ... More »
  • Dances at a Gallery

    Dana Tai Soon Burgess is the National Portrait Gallery's first choreographer in residence. If you visited the “Eye Pop: The Celebrity ...
  • A Space of Her Own

    Jessica Lang Dance Center opens in Queens. New York City is home to choreographic nomads, with most artists hopping ...
  • 10 Minutes With Jirí Kylián

    The legendary choreographer takes on a new role. At 69, Jirí Kylián is back in a leadership role in ...
  • Waiting in the Wings

    Many things start in September, and the theater season used to be one of them. But once air-conditioning arrived, ...
  • On the Rise: Nadezhda Batoeva

    Bursting out of a group of corps men at the start of Alexei Ratmansky's Concerto DSCH, Nadezhda Batoeva embodies ...
  • Advice for Dancers: Can Dancers Find Their Romeos Online?

    Dating tips for busy performers, plus how to keep your energy up while eating vegan What's your opinion about ...
  • The Storyteller

    Akram Khan is everywhere. Known for his invigorating fusion (he prefers the term “confusion") of kathak and contemporary dance, ...
  • When Experts Cringe

    Dancers today are smarter about their bodies than ever before. The field of dance medicine, led by organizations such ...
  • More Than a Novelty

    Tap artist Brenda Bufalino argues it's time to rethink the way we write about tap. Critics are always forecasting ... More »
  • Get More Turnout

    Your turnout is unique—no two dancers' are exactly alike. That can make it hard to know whether you're forcing ...
  • The Cafeteria Challenge

    Smart strategies to navigate your school's dining hall. My first year of college, I subsisted mostly on cereal. Tired ...
  • Working Out With Anaïs Chalendard

    This Boston Ballet principal doesn't let scoliosis hold her back. Ballet and scoliosis might seem incompatible. But Boston Ballet ...
  • Time Your Carbs Right

    You've heard it before: Don't avoid carbs. They're the primary source of energy in our muscles, and without enough, ...
  • What Your Partner Wishes You Knew

    Six common mistakes he may not be telling you about Partnering training is one of the most nuanced parts of dance ... More »
  • Take a (Productive) Break

    College dancers juggle demanding schedules, so it can feel like when semester breaks come along, they need just that—a break. ...
  • On Their Own Terms

    Dancers take control by commissioning their own choreography. As a prominent New York City Ballet dancer, Wendy Whelan worked ...
  • Giving Back, Reaching Forward

    Houston Ballet dancers raise funds for their community through a self-produced performance project. One day during spring break of ...
  • Why I Choreograph: Andrea Miller

    Founder and artistic director of Gallim Dance I didn't know what I was getting into when, at the ripe ...

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