9 of Our Favorite Valentine's Day Dancer Posts
No matter how much anti–Valentine's Day sentiment I'm feeling in a given year, there's something about dancer couples that still makes me swoon. Here's a collection of wonderful posts from this year, but be warned: Continued scrolling is likely to give you a severe case of the warm fuzzies.
Herman Cornejo got engaged!
James Whiteside and Dan Donigan reminded us that they are still too adorable for words.
Janie Taylor shared the love with her colleagues at L.A. Dance Project.
Gillian Murphy and Ethan Stiefel reminded us that the Murphel baby is on the way!
Evan Ruggiero took the cake for most hilariously relatable caption.
Soloists Indiana Woodward and Harrison Coll established themselves as the cutest couple at New York City Ballet (at least as far as we're concerned).
Stella Abrera served up some #tbt feels with her husband Sascha Radetsky.
Glenn Allen and Linda Celeste Sims proved that they are still #couplegoals, in case you were wondering.
And Cloud & Victory, per usual, gave us the perfect Valentine.
By the Sunday evening of a long convention weekend, you can expect to be thoroughly exhausted and a little sore. But you shouldn't leave the hotel ballroom actually hurt. Although conventions can be filled with magical opportunities, the potential for injury is higher than usual.
Keep your body safe: Watch out for these four common hazards.
For a Broadway dancer, few opportunities are more exciting than being part of the creation of an original show. But if that show goes on to become wildly successful, who reaps the benefits? Thanks to a new deal between Actors' Equity Association and The Broadway League, performers involved in a production's development will now receive their own cut of the earnings.
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?"