News of Note: What You May Have Missed in August 2019

Here are the latest promotions, appointments and transfers, plus notable awards and accomplishments from the last month. Comings & Goings At The Royal Ballet, Anna Rose O’Sullivan and Luca Acri have been promoted to first soloist, Romany Pajdak, Isabella Gasparini, Tomas Mock and David Yudes to soloist. Gary Avis and Samantha Raine have been appointed […]

6 March Performance Picks From Our Editors

A feast of Forsythe, a surfeit of Dorrance Dance, a challenge to how we perceive refugees. Our editors’ performance picks this month run the gamut. Boston’s Mixtape Master BOSTON Halfway into his five-year partnership with Boston Ballet, William Forsythe is gifting East Coast audiences with his first new work for an American company since 1992. […]

Rhythm in Motion Is The Ultimate Celebration of Tap in New York City

Every summer Tap City gives New Yorkers a week of classes, events and awards culminating in “Rhythm in Motion.” This year the showcase, on July 11, has gathered star tappers—and not only tappers—in a mix of tradition and innovation. Chloe Arnold’s new group Apartment 33 (her previous group, Syncopated Ladies, went viral) as well as […]

New York City Center's Anniversary Season Is Gonna Be Epic

New York City Center just announced programming for the 2018-19 season, and we’re frantically marking our calendars for all the must-see dance. This year is the venue’s 75th anniversary, and they’re pulling out all the stops—from the reliable fan favorite Fall for Dance to the most epic Balanchine celebration and more: A Balanchine Festival Will […]

From JLaw to Ralph Fiennes, Here Are the Danciest Movies in the Works for 2018

Oh, Hollywood. In any given year, Tinseltown’s use of dance in film veers from the woefully disappointing to the surprisingly delightful, but one thing’s for certain: It’s rarely boring. Here’s our not-at-all-comprehensive and completely-subject-to-change list of the new dance-related movies coming soon to a theater (or laptop screen) near you. Red Sparrow Based on Jason […]

What Wendy's Watching: Dorrance Dance Taps Up An Eclectic Storm

I’m watching Dorrance Dance’s tech/dress rehearsal at the Joyce. What a blast! Michelle Dorrance is showing two major works. The world premiere, Until The Real Thing Comes Along (a letter to ourselves), is about four women entertainers. They are fabulous tappers, and they make reference to vaudeville and other traditions of entertainment. (I swear I […]

G-Chat Recap: Editors Discuss 2017 Fall For Dance

Fall For Dance is always a huge talkabout here in the Dance Media offices. So after all the programs were performed this year, a few of the editors from Dance Magazine, Pointe and Dance Teacher got together on Google Hangouts this morning to share our thoughts. Here are excerpts from our convo: Jennifer Stahl, Dance […]

Sneak Preview: Michelle Dorrance's Latest Work

Back in May at our photo shoot for Dance Magazine‘s 90th-anniversary issue, we fell in love with Michelle Dorrance all over again. We’ve known for years that she’s obviously gifted, but our jaws still dropped as she improvised on set, rattling off playful but rigorous strings of tap genius with the utmost ease. Now, she’s […]

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