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Continuously published since 1927, Dance Magazine is your source for everything dance.
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Dance Magazine 2h
Our hearts go out to the family of Arthur Mitchell and 💔
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Dance Magazine 3h
"Dancers, especially modern dancers, rarely get to spend years working on one piece of choreography. Much of my adult life has been built around rehearsing and performing this work, and the ten years have flown by."
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Dance Magazine 4h
Is there anything better than a dance power couple?
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Dance Magazine 5h
Many people think that it's like a short ice bath, but in fact the physiological response is completely different.
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Dance Magazine 6h
Perhaps has other, better plans up its sleeve.
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Dance Magazine 8h
Mistake #1: Not knowing where to look.
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Dance Magazine 9h
Competing can give you a chance to work on repertoire that would typically be beyond your rank.
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Dance Magazine 24h
"As a young teacher, Steps was a platform for me to travel the world giving master classes; it became the underlying foundation for what I'm doing now in my life."
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Dance Magazine Sep 18
The answer: no one.
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Dance Magazine Sep 18
Ballet's favorite bad boy joins the models dubbed the Balmain Army for the fashion house's Fall/Winter 2018 campaign.
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Dance Magazine Sep 18
Get the big picture! Subscribe to our print issue for the most in-depth stories and multi-part features.
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Dance Magazine Sep 18
The gender gap between men and women for jump height is significant whether you're playing basketball or dancing ballet.
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Dance Magazine Sep 18
In recent decades, a few have defied such categorization as they've gained traction on the national and international scene. Here's how they did it:
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Dance Magazine Sep 18
“As sad as dance lovers are to see such talent leave the stage, the thought that these accusations might be true is even more depressing.”
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Dance Magazine Sep 17
What more can Dance Magazine do to move the field forward and start worthwhile conversations? Please share your thoughts!
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Dance Magazine Sep 17
"As a dancer, my role was always to make whatever was thrown at me work. That's turned into the cornerstone of my philosophy about everything."
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Dance Magazine Sep 17
Since the news was announced, both Catazaro and Ramasar have spoken out publicly about being fired.
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Dance Magazine Sep 17
Competitions have long had a place in the training of young dancers, allowing them more opportunities to perform and learn under pressure. But even after you've secured a company contract, there are myriad benefits to putting yourself in front of judges.
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Dance Magazine Sep 17
“Because they gain their energy from time spent alone, introverts don't rely on praise from those around them to meet their goals.”
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Dance Magazine Sep 16
Get to class in style this Fall!
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