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Derek Dunn’s Secrets for Next-Level Pirouettes
November 10th, 2016 | Madeline Schrock | More on Pointe
Check out Dunn's personal pirouette tips in this exclusive video...Read More

Behind the Scenes with Misa Kuranaga
November 1st, 2016 | Dance Magazine | More on Dance Magazine
Go behind the scenes at Dance Magazine's November cover shoot with Boston Ballet principal Misa Kuranaga!...Read More

Snack Smart
October 25th, 2016 | Olivia Manno | More on Dance Spirit
The "midday slump" can be a busy dancer's worst enemy. Luckily, you can avoid it by managing your hunger over the course of the day with strategic snacking...Read More

Get Your Hamilton Fix Tonight On PBS
October 21st, 2016 | Lauren Wingenroth | More on Dance Magazine
You may have heard of a little musical called Hamilton. The show, which tells the story of one of our nation’s founding fathers through hip hop, has captured the public’s attention in a way we haven’t seen a musical...Read More

Inside Tricia Miranda’s Epic Life (and Her New TV Show)
October 20th, 2016 | Margaret Fuhrer | More on Dance Spirit
We don’t usually turn to ESPN.com for dance coverage, but we have to give them snaps for their fantastic new profile of the untouchable Tricia Miranda. You’re obsessed with her, we’re obsessed with her, and now a bunch of sports fans who might otherwise never have known her name are obsessed with her. ...Read More

Mikhail Baryshnikov Becomes Nijinsky
October 20th, 2016 | Nicole Loeffler-Gladstone | More on Pointe
Adding another milestone to his already untouchable career, Mikhail Baryshnikov will take on the role of iconic ballet dancer Vaslav Nijinsky in director Robert Wilson’s one-man show, Letter to a Man. The work had its premiere in Italy in 2015 and had its U.S. debut as part of the Brooklyn Academy of Music’s Next Wave Festival on October 15...Read More

Lots of Our Faves Won Bessies Last Night
October 19th, 2016 | Jennifer Stahl | More on Dance Magazine
“I love awards,” declared the inimitable Judith Jamison last night at the Bessies. “But then I’ve had a lot of practice.” Presenting alongside Amar Ramasar—who couldn’t help giggling at her—Jamison lit up the entire theater with her enthusiasm....Read More

Jody Gottfried Arnhold Takes Dance Education to the Next Level
October 19th, 2016 | Rachel Caldwell | More on Dance Teacher
Yesterday afternoon, I had the pleasure of witnessing exciting news in dance education. Teachers College at Columbia University is launching a new doctoral program in dance education to begin fall 2017, thanks to a $4.36 million gift from Jody Gottfried Arnhold and her husband John. The news was announced at a luncheon at the school....Read More

Misty Copeland Gets Animated on “Peg + Cat”
October 19th, 2016 | Margaret Fuhrer | More on Dance Spirit
Is there any arena that trailblazing, boundary-breaking, all-around-awesome American Ballet Theatre principal Misty Copeland hasn’t conquered? She’s reached the tippity-top of the dance world; written one book and been the subject of another...Read More

Costumes That We Would Wear In Real Life
October 18th, 2016 | Nicole Loeffler-Gladstone | More on Pointe
Admit it: You’ve considered the various ways you could sneak your favorite costume home with you. We don’t blame you. Whether it’s a jaw-dropping tutu or the world’s most comfortable slip, costumes are made to make dancers look and feel beautiful. Here, we’ve rounded up some of our favorites, that just happen to be street-style ready....Read More

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