Author Archives: Margaret Fuhrer

About Margaret Fuhrer

Margaret Fuhrer is Dance Spirit's associate editor.

Turns Out Parrots Can Actually Shake Their Tail Feathers

What a week for dance and science, eh? A few days ago we told you about scientists using dancers to … Continue reading

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Tolstoy, Plus Choreography

Joe Wright’s film adaptation of Leo Tolstoy’s Anna Karenina hits select theaters today. While you’ve probably heard a lot of … Continue reading

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In Case You Were Wondering What You Wanted for Christmas

Misty, Misty, Misty. Can any ballet fan ever get too much of gorgeous American Ballet Theatre soloist Misty Copeland? (Even … Continue reading

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This Might Be the Last Appropriate Use of the Gangnam Style Dance

Are you sick of Gangnam Style yet? Yes? Us too. But Trey McIntyre Project might revive your dying love for … Continue reading

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It’s SCIENCE

Choreographers sometimes refer to dance studios, where their creative magic happens, as “labs.” Now, thanks to David Odde, a biomedical … Continue reading

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Got Talent? Yeah You Do.

Musicians and magicians, contortionists and comedians: All kinds of accomplished (and not-so-accomplished) hopefuls have graced the “America’s Got Talent” stage. … Continue reading

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