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Enter to win Dance Magazine's Video of the Month. We welcome any and all kinds of dance. You can submit as many different videos as you would like. Just keep each under five minutes long. The winner, chosen by Dance Magazine editors, will be featured in a future issue and on Dance Magazine's social media channels and dancemagazine.com.

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5 Reasons to Keep Taking Online Dance Classes Post-Pandemic

We get it; after over a year and a half of virtual dance training, you're ready to kiss Zoom goodbye forever.

But your dance training doesn't have to be completely virtual or completely in person. In fact, finding the sweet spot between in-studio and online training could be exactly what takes your dancing to the next level.

Here are five reasons online dance training should stay in your tool kit post-pandemic.

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Friday Film Break: The Party Audition from Matthew Bourne's "The Red Shoes"

Catch Matthew Bourne's The Red Shoes tonight on PBS at 9 pm (check local listings). The ballet is being presented as part of the channel's "Great Performances" series. Recorded at Sadler's Wells in January 2020, the production is an adaptation of the classic ballet film from 1948. This clip shows the scene when heroine Victoria Page, played by Ashley Shaw, auditions for impressario Boris Lermontov at a party.

Headlands Center for the Arts. Photo by Jonathan Sprague, Courtesy Headlands

Applying for a Residency? Follow These 4 Tips

An artistic residency sounds like a dream: You get concentrated time and space to work on your choreography, often with artists of other disciplines to serve as collaborators or encourage new modes of thinking, usually within an idyllic and distraction-free setting. It's no surprise, then, that the application process can be competitive and daunting.

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