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Dancer Rule #1: Always Be On Time
January 2nd, 2013 | Alison Feller | More on Dance Spirit
We preach all the time about the things you "need to do if you want to make it as a professional dancer:" Be smart. Be kind. Be gracious. Be talented. But perhaps the most important rule for...Read More

The Top 12 of 2012
December 21st, 2012 | Jennifer Stahl | More on Pointe
This past year saw a bounty of ballet beauty. There were jaw-dropping premieres, some exciting new collaborations and a number of promising dancers who began to make their mark. As senior editor of Pointe, I got to witness much of it, and I have to say I had a blast....Read More

Give Back, Feel Good
December 21st, 2012 | Alison Feller | More on Dance Spirit
The holiday season comes with a few inevitable truths you simply must accept: You will love The Nutcracker...for one week. After that, you won't want to hear about sugar plums or The Land of Sweets. The malls will be crowded....Read More

Bradley Cooper’s Ballroom Skills
December 21st, 2012 | Margaret Fuhrer | More on Dance Spirit
In that case, here's this week's installment: Bradley Cooper taught Ellen how to waltz on her show a few days ago. He's an aggressive lead. That sounds strange out of context, but if you've seen Silver Linings Playbook, Cooper's latest movie, it makes a bunch of sense. In the film Cooper plays...Read More

Tombé, pas de bourrée, clang-clang-clang
December 20th, 2012 | Siobhan Burke | More on Dance Magazine
The worlds of Wall Street and ballet (especially ballet performed in drag) don't often intersect. But at 9:30 a.m. on Christmas Eve, tutus and pointe shoes will make a fleeting appearance amid briefcases and suits, when the men of Les Ballets Trockadero Monte Carlo ring the Opening Bell...Read More

Peek Inside Misha's Home
December 20th, 2012 | Jennifer Stahl | More on Pointe
What does Baryshnikov wake up to every morning? Sketches of Ballets Russes legends Sergei Diaghalev and Vaslav Nijinsky drawn by French novelist Jean Cocteau in 1917. A colored pencil illustration of bugs and birds signed "To Misha with Love, Merce Cunningham." A doodle by Trisha Brown of her own feet....Read More

How We Know Mia Michaels Can Dance
December 20th, 2012 | Rachel Zar | More on Dance Spirit
You've been oohing and ahhing over Mia Michaels' choreography for years, but I'll bet you've never seen America's Favorite Choreographer really dance... until now. At our January cover shoot, Mama Mia worked some improv magic for photographer Joe Toreno, and we caught it all on film....Read More

Encore Presentation of Dance 212: Summer Intensives!
December 18th, 2012 | admin | More on Dance Magazine
Soon it will be time to think about summer intensives. So, we thought we'd share an encore presentation of our web series Dance 212: Summer Intensives. If you're serious about ballet, you won't want to miss this inside look at some of the most prestigious summer programs in New York....Read More

Attention Last-Minute Shoppers
December 18th, 2012 | Jennifer Stahl | More on Pointe
Lagging behind on your holiday shopping? Never fear-there's still time! Discount Dance Supply is offering a free upgrade to three-day shipping today. Check out their stocking stuffers for under $25; you can have as many as you need delivered by Friday. Bloch also promises that orders placed by today will arrive in time for the holidays. For fun ballet-related...Read More

Our Holiday Wish List
December 13th, 2012 | Michael Anne Bailey | More on Dance Spirit
The holidays are in full swing, and if you're not quite done with your shopping list, don't worry-we've got you've covered! We scoured the web for presents both you and your dance friends will love. And if you're still stumped, check out our guide...Read More

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