Tag Archives: choreography

From Dancer to Choreographer

Dana Foglia had a stressful first outing as a choreographer. As a longtime commercial dancer, she wasn’t used to being … Continue reading

Posted in Choreography, How To

Making It Stick

Joffrey Ballet dancer Jeraldine Mendoza was thrilled to be cast as Juliet in Krzysztof Pastor’s Romeo and Juliet—but her excitement … Continue reading

Posted in Mind, New Stories We Love, Your Body

Congrats to Joffrey’s Choreographers of Color Award-Winners!

Eeeeeeee! That’s the sound we make when we hear about events showcasing emerging choreographers. Maybe that’s oddly specific, but think … Continue reading

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When Dance Spirit Met Fifth Harmony

  Last week, fellow DS editor Maggie McNamara and I headed to NYC’s Broadway Dance Center for an experience we’re … Continue reading

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Fresh Voices: Meet 13 Hot Young Choreographers

  Kyle Hanagami “I feel like the one thing I was brought into this world to do is choreograph,” Kyle … Continue reading

Posted in New Stories We Love, Who's Hot

Solo Departures

For many dancers, the experience of competing a solo is equal parts thrilling and intimidating. You want to be the … Continue reading

Posted in Competition, How To, New Stories We Love