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Continuously published since 1927, Dance Magazine is your source for everything dance.
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You don’t even have to leave your house to shop them!
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Make your video stand out in the crowd with these helpful tips:
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A ceremony to celebrate this year's honorees will take place on Monday, December 3 at the Ailey Citigroup Theater in New York City. Former Dance Magazine Award winner Misty Copeland will open the event! Get your tickets here:
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"I've spent the past five years alone in the dance studios of New York City choreographing on myself. So when given a group of ABT dancers to choreograph on, it felt like a bit of a culture shock."
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Dance Magazine Nov 20
Sinking into positions when you're not aligned isn't doing you any favors.
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Dance Magazine Nov 20
"Tons of people have skills, but it's what's behind those skills, what is being said. To have a contributor like that is brilliant."
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Dance Magazine Nov 19
What does it take to execute "The Elaine" dance properly?
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Dance Magazine Nov 19
If you thought 's performance looked like a sequence of Ohad Naharin's Minus 16, you're not wrong.
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Dance Magazine Nov 19
It's about that time! Click here to buy tickets to the 2018 Dance Magazine Awards:
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Dance Magazine Nov 19
"I found my expression differently: coming home from school after a hard day, blasting Janet Jackson's The Velvet Rope album on repeat, and swirling and gyrating along that tightrope with commitment and power."
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Dance Magazine Nov 19
Take a break from your Nutcracker rehearsals and head to the movies.
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Spectrum News NY1 Nov 16
"The criteria that we were looking for was a kind of individual voice in what they wanted to create." , led by creative director and , allows choreographers freedom. They share their program experiences on this week's .
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MonticelloPark Nov 17
Honored to have our Campfire Poetry Project featured by ! Read a bit more about the project here:
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Dance Magazine Nov 19
Alignment is key 🔑
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Dance Magazine Nov 17
If anyone raises an eyebrow at your unconventional choices, just remind them that dancers are allowed to take some artistic license!
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Dance Magazine Nov 17
Whether the issues stem from the source material or the production's treatment of it, many thought the end result reinforced transphobic stereotypes about mental illness.
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Dance Magazine Nov 17
Adding it to the top of our lists!
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Dance Magazine Nov 16
"The project was intended to focus on animated pieces that adapted and interpreted classic poetry through a more contemporary lens.”
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Dance Magazine Nov 16
“My parents threw us into an array of activities, from swim team and water polo to basketball and Girl Scouts—anything to keep us on our feet, off the streets and defying the odds of black children growing up in the U.S.”
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Dance Magazine Nov 16
"The wonderful thing about dance is that it's about seeing a body move in a way most of us can't and finding some way in which this means something to you."
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