Author Archives: Jenny Dalzell

Dance = Making Friends for Life

Before the curtain rose on New York City Ballet’s Saturday matinee of Coppélia, I glanced to my left and noticed … Continue reading

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We’ll Miss You, Shirley

Shirley Temple—the child movie star of the 1930s, who, essentially, made dimples and golden ringlets a thing—passed away Monday night … Continue reading

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Smitten with Sochi’s Opening Ceremony

As we suspected, the 2014 Winter Olympics’ opening ceremony Friday night was nothing short of sensational. A flashy and mind-boggling … Continue reading

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What We Want Wednesday: Tech Edition

There’s nothing like snow and rain to bring out the shopaholic in all of us. And what’s better than new … Continue reading

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Changing it Up

Every tapper has go-to improv moves, but the key to staying fresh is switching up the steps you lean on … Continue reading

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Modern Essentials

Want to land a spot with Gallim Dance or Alonzo King LINES Ballet? You’d better head to modern class. But … Continue reading

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