We're Obsessed With Cloud & Victory's Instagram (And You Should Be, Too)
Maybe because it's Monday, maybe because it's cold, maybe because if you hear "Waltz of the Flowers" one more time you might do something you regret. But a stroll (ahem, scroll) through Cloud & Victory's social media channels is guaranteed to brighten your day.
How do we love Cloud & Victory's Instagram? Oh let us count the ways...
They Get Our Svetlana-Induced Envy
And Our Chronic Foot Envy
They Share Our Innumerable Dancer Crushes
Even When Said Crushes Are Playing a Caterpillar
They Understand That the Struggle is Real
(The Struggle is Really, Really Real)
They Know the Power of a Good Slice
Their Classical Remixes Are Legendary
And They're Always Great for a Laugh
Jellicle obsessives, rejoice: There's a new video out that offers a (surprisingly substantive) look at the dancing that went down on the set of the new CATS movie.
When Dr. Mae Jemison was growing up, she was obsessed with space. But she didn't see any astronauts who looked like her.
"I said, Wait a minute. Why are all the astronauts white males?" she recounts in a CNN video. "What if the aliens saw them and said, Are these the only people on Earth?"
It's no surprise that dancers make some of the best TED Talk presenters. Not only are they great performers, but they've got unique knowledge to share. And they can dance!
If you're in need of a midweek boost, look no further than these eight presentations from some incredibly inspiring dance artists.
As Dance Magazine editors, we admittedly spend more time than we'd like sifting through stock photography. Some of it is good, more of it is bad and most of it is just plain awkward.
But when paired with the right caption, those shots magically transform from head-scratchers to meme-worthy images that illustrate our singular experience as dancers. You can thank the internet for this special salute to dancer moods.