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Nutcracker Magic
December 7th, 2012 | Jennifer Stahl | More on Pointe
Say what you will about Nutcracker, but there's something magical about the ballet. The snowflakes falling on the stage, the little girls in the audience falling for tutus and pointe shoes. Leanne Cope, this issue's "Dancer Spotlight,"...Read More

Annie and Newsies, Togetha Foreva?
December 7th, 2012 | Margaret Fuhrer | More on Dance Spirit
As I was watching the new production of Annie on Broadway last night (yay!), I kept getting this weird, persistent sense of déjà vu. Scrappy, adorable young ragamuffins trying to...Read More

My Side-View of the Dance Magazine Awards
December 6th, 2012 | Wendy Perron | More on Dance Magazine
I always have the best seat in the house at the Dance Magazine Awards because I get to watch from backstage. On Monday night I got to see Hee Seo's extra swooning surrender when she fell back into Cory Stearns arms in Tudor's The Leaves Are Fading....Read More

The 2012 Standouts—Honorable Mentions
December 5th, 2012 | Jennifer Stahl | More on Pointe
Each December, Pointe chooses the top 10 standout ballet performances of the year. We poll our contributors from around the globe about every dancer they've seen, then a team of editors dukes it out to decide the final list....Read More

Photos: The 2012 Dance Magazine Awards
December 5th, 2012 | Kina Poon | More on Dance Magazine
Anna Kisselgoff, Julie Kent, Dianne Walker, and Renee Robinson—our 2012 Dance Magazine Awardees. Photo by Christopher Duggan....Read More

Surviving "Nutcracker"
December 4th, 2012 | Ashley Rivers | More on Pointe
How dancers stay sane during the annual season of stage snow.By Ashley RiversPublished in the December 2012/January 2013 issue. Dancers have a love-hate relationship withNutcracker. For many, it was the first ballet they saw; for even more, it was the first ...Read More

Starstruck at the 2012 DM Awards
December 4th, 2012 | Jenny Dalzell | More on Dance Teacher
Few events draw as many of the best of the best as the Dance Magazine Awards. Last night, Dance Magazine honored four amazing women: American Ballet Theater principal Julie Kent, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater principal Renee Robinson, New York Times dance critic Anna Kisselgoff and the...Read More

Shim-Shamming and Beyond
December 4th, 2012 | Siobhan Burke | More on Dance Magazine
I think it's safe to say that no Dance Magazine Awards ceremony has ever ended with a ...Read More

Through Thick To Thin
December 3rd, 2012 | Maya Barad | More on Pointe
Love fruit smoothies? If you drink one to keep you going through a long day of dance, make sure it's nice and thick. Recent research at the University of Sussex has shown that thicker drinks not only make you feel fuller more quickly, but they also keep you satiated for a longer ...Read More

Makarova Goes to Washington
December 3rd, 2012 | Wendy Perron | More on Dance Magazine
The ballet world can feel cozily included in American culture when the Kennedy Center honorees include Natalia Makarova next to Dustin Hoffman and David Letterman. If it doesn't make her a household name, it brings ballet closer to American families....Read More

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