25 to Watch 2018: Kolton Krouse

There’s a delicious bit of mischief in everything Kolton Krouse does. He’ll toss off some impossibly difficult sequence—a quintuple pirouette into a prolonged développé into an aerial, say—and end with an impish smile that’s the stage equivalent of saying, “How good was that? And how much fun did I have doing it?” The 21-year-old brings […]

Our Broadway Faves Just Got Major Nominations

It’s Broadway awards season, and tons of our favorite dancers and choreographers are getting big-time recognition. The Tony Award nominations were announced yesterday and the Best Choreography finalists include: Andy Blankenbuehler for Bandstand Peter Darling and Ellen Kane for Groundhog Day Kelly Devine for Come From Away Denis Jones for Holiday Inn Sam Pinkleton for […]

This Video Series Shows What It Really Takes to Be a Broadway Dancer

It’s no secret that Broadway dancers need to be incredibly versatile. In addition to having singing and acting chops, they need to be well-versed in a wide range of dance styles. Knowing all this is one thing. But seeing it in action is another. BroadwayBox.com‘s Dancing Through My Resume series asks Broadway dancers to give […]

On the Rise: Giuseppe Bausilio

In Broadway’s CATS, Giuseppe Bausilio exploded across the stage as the wild and rascally Carbucketty. With fiery exuberance, he transformed steps into drama, songs into lullabies, dosing out magic with his sheer joy of performing. He recently left his cat suit behind to join his fifth Broadway show, Hello, Dolly! Though he’s only 19, he […]

What’s a Jellicle Cat? Backstage at the Broadway Revival

CATS holds a sacred place in many dancers’ hearts. Tackling T.S. Eliot’s alternate, feline universe offers a chance to be part of a legacy, and cast members speak reverentially of the show’s whimsy and technical demands. Now, in the current revival on Broadway, a new litter is exploring Andy Blankenbuehler’s movement layered in with Gillian […]

DIY Halloween: 10 Dance-Inspired Costumes

If you still don’t know what you’re going to be for Halloween, don’t panic just yet. Dance Magazine has your back. Whether you’re heading to a party, dressing up for technique class or doing some good ol’ trick-or-treating, there are countless costume options that take inspiration from modern, ballet and Broadway. (Chances are you already have the […]

A First-Timer's Reaction to CATS

Most people 20 or older have some “memory” about CATS, whether they were veteran theatergoers, saw a production as a child, donned a unitard for a middle school play or wore out the 1998 VHS recording. While this staple of the 80s and 90s captivated many, somehow I escaped the feline phenomenon—until this week when […]

CATS Makes a Comeback

A recent staging of CATS in London. Courtesy O&M Co. When CATS opened on Broadway in 1982, it ran for a record-breaking 18 years. This summer, it will return under the guidance of much of the original team: composer Andrew Lloyd Webber, scenic and costume designer John Napier and director Trevor Nunn. The major change […]

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