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Newsweek
October 18th, 2012 | Andrea Marks | More on Dance Teacher
Since the 1930s, Newsweek has helped bring big names in dance-from Baryshnikov and Gelsey Kirkland to Fred Astaire and Cyd Charisse and Broadway's legendary Donna McKechnie-into the mainstream media spotlight.Since the 1930s, Newsweek has helped bring big names in dance-from Baryshnikov and Gelsey Kirkland to Fred Astaire and Cyd Charisse and Broadway's legendary Donna McKechnie-into the mainstream media spotlight....Read More

Finding Forsythe at Boston Ballet
October 17th, 2012 | Margaret Fuhrer | More on Pointe
Boston Ballet's fall program features the return of William Forsythe's The Second Detail, which the company danced for the first time last year. (Click here to enter our fall program ticket giveaway.) Pointe's e-news talked with soloist Whitney Jensen about tackling the popular ballet....Read More

The Next Member of Dragon House Crew?
October 17th, 2012 | Margaret Fuhrer | More on Dance Spirit
Remember a few weeks ago, when we caught American Ballet Theatre dancer Puanani Brown looking pretty great in her undies in a Fruit of the Loom ad? Well, apparently she got the brand hooked on dancers....Read More

Not Quite Timeless, but Still a Good Time
October 17th, 2012 | Siobhan Burke | More on Dance Magazine
As the second presidential debate got underway last night, another kind of American ritual was going on at City Center: the 70th-anniversary revival of Agnes de Mille's Rodeo, which kicked off American Ballet Theatre's weeklong fall season....Read More

Class with Ailey's Last Company Dancer
October 15th, 2012 | Andrea Marks | More on Dance Teacher
The last of Alvin Ailey's hand-picked company dancers, Renee Robinson will give her final performance as a member of Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater on December 9. Before she departs, Robinson will lead a four-weekRevelations master class series at the Ailey Extension....Read More

Christina Applegate’s Fabulous Fosse on “SNL”
October 15th, 2012 | Margaret Fuhrer | More on Dance Spirit
Why is Christina Applegate so amazing at everything? First, she was a total rockstar of a guest judge on "So You Think You Can Dance." Then, this weekend, she hosted "Saturday Night Live"-and proved she can (jazz) walk the walk as well as she can talk the talk in a glorious Fosse sketch....Read More

Zit Zapping!
October 12th, 2012 | Komal Thakkar | More on Dance Spirit
Formfitting leotards, makeup and lots of sweat are part of every dancer's day. But they can also create the perfect breeding ground for acne and skin irritation. Here, dermatologists D'Anne Kleinsmith, MD, and Daniela Kroshinsky, MD, share their advice for keeping your skin clear and radiant....Read More

Dancing on Water
October 12th, 2012 | Jennifer Stahl | More on Dance Magazine
To celebrate the 70th anniversary ofRodeo, Agnes de Mille's landmark Western Ballet, dancers from American Ballet Theatre have taken the ballet to the New York City streets-and rivers. On Wednesday, a New York Water Taxi filled with the costumed cast took off from 44th street...Read More

How to Heal
October 12th, 2012 | Siobhan Burke | More on Dance Magazine
Coping with injury is practically part of a dancer's job description. At some point, just about everyone has to deal with a fracture, sprain, twist, or tear, which is to say nothing of those daily aches and pains that crop up, sometimes fading away with a good night's sleep, sometimes mysteriously persisting....Read More

Take a Breather
October 10th, 2012 | Vicky Valet | More on Pointe
Now that fall's officially here, it's time to get down to business. But while it's important to work hard in the studio, make sure you know when to take a break. A recent study in the Mayo Clinic Proceedings found that exercise, like anything else, can be harmful when over done....Read More

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