Dancer, Emmy-nominated TV and film choreographer, co-founder of the Syncopated Ladies, tap shoe designer – Chloé Arnold is having a moment, and she’s thriving in the spotlight.
“Syncopated Ladies is the reason I moved to Los Angeles. I learn daily from all of them—they are fearless Black women who are highly educated and making HERstory in tap dance
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Many people see dance and choreography as separate pursuits, or view choreography as a dance career’s second act. For some dancers, however, performing and choreographing inform one another. “That’s just the kind of choreographer I am. I feel things so deeply in my physicality. I have to do it to know it,” says Jodi Melnick, […]
It feels like just yesterday that we were shocked with the news that pop icon Prince had passed away. Now it’s been a year since his untimely death, and we miss his dance-able music and intoxicating stage presence more than ever. Though Prince was known for his genre-bending music, he was also a huge supporter […]
Tap artist Brenda Bufalino argues it’s time to rethink the way we write about tap. Dorrance Dance is stretching the boundaries of tap with their theatricality and virtuosity. Photo by Christopher Duggan, Courtesy Jacob’s Pillow. Critics are always forecasting the next decline of tap dancing. In one instance, a 2011 review in The New York […]