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Goodbye to One of Ballet's Greats
October 1st, 2012 | Jennifer Stahl | More on Pointe
This weekend, the ballet world lost one of its best. Yvonne Mounsey, director of Westside Ballet in Santa Monica, California, passed away at age 93. Mounsey started her career at 20 with Colonel de Basil's Ballet Russes....Read More

Ephrat Asherie: How I Teach Breaking
October 1st, 2012 | Andrea Marks | More on Dance Teacher
Ephrat Asherie (also known as "Bounce") is a regular guest artist with Rennie Harris Puremovement and teaches breaking at NYC's Broadway Dance Center, Peridance Capezio Center and the Joffrey Ballet School of New York....Read More

Cat Deeley Gets Hitched?!
October 1st, 2012 | Margaret Fuhrer | More on Dance Spirit
It sounds like congratulations might be in order for Cat Deeley! According to The Sun, Us Magazine and a smattering of other outlets, the "So You Think You Can Dance" emcee (and our favorite, ever) married her comedian boyfriend Patrick Kielty on Saturday in Rome....Read More

Ratmansky Fever
September 28th, 2012 | Kina Poon | More on Dance Magazine
How does Alexei Ratmansky keep up with all of his commissions? We're beginning to think that he has a secret clone. Let's see: thus far in 2012, he's made Symphonic Dances for Miami City Ballet, Firebird for American Ballet Theatre, and, running now in Denmark, Golden Cockerel for Royal Danish Ballet...Read More

The Dirt with Kelli Berglund
September 28th, 2012 | Rachel Zar | More on Dance Spirit
You may know Kelli Berglund as lightning-fast bionic teenager Bree on Disney XD's "Lab Rats." But did you know she's also a star on the competition scene? Kelli started dancing at age 4 and has trained in jazz, ballet, hip hop, acrobatics, tap and contemporary...Read More

Dancers Really are Different
September 26th, 2012 | Jennifer Stahl | More on Pointe
You've always suspected that you're different from your civilian, non-dancer friends. It turns out that science can back you up. According to a study published in PloS Genetics, dancers show consistent differences from the general population in two key genes....Read More

Congratulations, Paul Taylor and Alice Teirstein!
September 26th, 2012 | Andrea Marks | More on Dance Teacher
Dance/NYC has announced that Paul Taylor will receive the 2012 Bessie Award for Lifetime Acheivement. Alice Teirstein will also be honored at the October 15th ceremony for her work as founding director of the Young Dancemakers Company and on the faculty of the Bronx's Ethical Culture Fieldston School...Read More

10 Things We Learned From the “All the Right Moves” Season Finale
September 26th, 2012 | Alison Feller | More on Dance Spirit
Last week on "All the Right Moves," Shaping Sound had a successful premiere show at the Saban Theater. There was a standing ovation and an after party with booze and, thankfully, no inappropriate kissing....Read More

All That Glitters
September 25th, 2012 | Margaret Fuhrer | More on Pointe
Both the ballet and fashion worlds are still abuzz about the costumes Valentino Garavani designed for New York City Ballet's gala last week. Jewelry designer Robert Sorrell, of Sorrell Originals, added extra sparkle to the glamorous ensembles with his elegant headpieces....Read More

ENB's First Season Under Rojo Announced
September 25th, 2012 | Khara Hanlon | More on Dance Magazine
New artistic director Tamara Rojo is already making plans for ENB. In a press release Rojo says she wants to "transform English National Ballet into England's most creative and most loved ballet company..." Big words!...Read More

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