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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

Kindness Counts: How Wendy Whelan Changed NYCB
October 18th, 2016 | Wendy Perron | More on Dance Magazine
There were many wonderful things about the new documentary Wendy Whelan: Restless Creature. One of them was her vulnerability in talking about leaving New York City Ballet after 30 years. I was almost crying too. But what keeps ringing in my mind is something Pacific Northwest Ballet artistic director and former NYCB...Read More

You Take a Break
October 14th, 2016 | Lauren Wingenroth | More on Dance Magazine
It’s commonly known that exercise is great for your brain as well as your body. According to the New York Times, “working out can lead to the creation of new neurons, blood vessels and synapses and greater overall volume in areas of the brain related to memory and higher-level thinking.” Dancers exercise more than the average person, so generally we’re in pretty good shape as far as our brains....Read More

Behind the Scenes with Ebony Williams
October 12th, 2016 | Dance Magazine | More on Dance Magazine
Go behind the scenes at Dance Magazine's October cover shoot with Beyoncé Backup Dancer Ebony Williams. ...Read More

Check Out the New Wendy Whelan Movie
October 12th, 2016 | Jennifer Stahl | More on Dance Magazine
The latest dancer documentary is Restless Creature, about Wendy Whelan. Filmmakers Linda Saffire and Adam Schlesinger followed Whelan during one of the most emotional moments in her career...Read More

Let’s Get Broadway Choreographers Involved in the Live-Action Aladdin and Lion King Movies
October 11th, 2016 | Margaret Fuhrer | More on Dance Spirit
Fabulous musical versions of Aladdin and The Lion King are currently blowing up Broadway. And a HUGE part of their success is due to the fantastic choreographic minds of Garth Fagan and Casey Nicholaw...Read More

What Do You Think of the Ballerina Trailer?
October 11th, 2016 | Rachel Rizzuto | More on Dance Teacher
Ballerina is a French-Canadian film (in English), set in 1879, about an orphan girl with no formal ballet training who goes to study at the Paris Opéra. The trailer is definitely worth watching...Read More

Kelsey Hellebuyck on Her New Life at Kansas City Ballet
October 5th, 2016 | Madeline Schrock | More on Pointe
After dancing with Boston Ballet and Pennsylvania Ballet, Kelsey Hellebuyck took a bold leap, joining Kansas City Ballet this fall...Read More

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