Curtain Up

Choreographers are hard to pin down. They work in the dark, not knowing what they are creating until it’s done—or until it’s been done for a few years. So it’s not always easy to interview them about their work.   William Forsythe has developed his own “systems” for generating movement. To read his straightforward interview, […]

Curtain Up

Lil Buck’s jookin’ Dying Swan was the sensation of Fall for Dance at New York City Center. Unfurling from a rounded position with luxurious musicality, gliding feet, and liquid arms, he seemed to embody the romantic spirit—in sneakers and jeans. Lil Buck is one of our “25 to Watch,” but he’s also the tip of […]

Teacher's Wisdom: David Howard

With this issue, Dance Magazine begins a new monthly column where we ask distinguished dance teachers their advice about technique, performing, and health. Assistant Editor Tamara Johnson interviews master teacher David Howard.   Photo of David Howard from the DM Archives.   Turns generate so much excitement in the audience, and triples are becoming more […]

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