Category Archives: How To

Improve Your Fouettes

It’s been haunting your dreams since you could say the words “Swan Lake.” It’s a rite of passage, a moment … Continue reading

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13 goes to Broadway

In a NYC studio, an intense dance rehearsal is underway. Concentrated dancers follow as choreographer Christopher Gatelli demonstrates lightning-speed footwork. … Continue reading

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How to Land Paying Gigs in Hollywood

In Hollywood, auditions abound for jobs that require jazz and hip-hop prowess, leaving tap dancers feeling they don’t have a … Continue reading

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Backstage Before Showtime

Jennifer Goodman, a seasoned member of The Joffrey Ballet, tells DS how she prepares for her role as Helena in … Continue reading

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The Producers: The Movie Musical

Almost 40 years after its original theatrical release, The Producers has returned to its roots on the big screen. Shot … Continue reading

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How to Protect Your Choreography From Being Stolen

The Towson University Dance Team has won seven national championships in a row at National Dance Alliance’s Collegiate Championships. Each … Continue reading

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