Dancer to Dancer

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My mom was a dancer growing up, and she went on to become a dance teacher, so I've really grown up in the studio. I started classes when I was 2, and by the time I was 9, I was training at The Dance Club and knew I wanted to dedicate all my time to dance.

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K-pop boy band, Seventeen just released a jaw-dropping music video that we can't get enough of. Thanks to the intricacy and overall it-factor of the choreography, this boy band's taking things to a level that even professional dancers might have trouble keeping up with. In fact, these guys are so good that *NSYNC may have to say "Bye Bye Bye" to their unofficial title of Best Dancing Boy Band!

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Dancer to Dancer

You know Galen Hooks as the choreographer who creates the stellar dance moves for dozens of viral videos, and the dancer who's performed for everyone fromthe Biebs to Rihanna. But now she's gearing up for two different roles; director and composer.

Hooks' new dance film, " Wait for Me," was written, composed, directed, styled, and choreographed by the versatile artist. And though the overachiever could've easily danced in it, too, she chose instead to feature an army of all-star dancers including Ashley Everett, Jasmine Harper, Kyle Robinson, Melinda Sullivan, and Kenny Wormald. Read our exclusive interview with Hooks and discover what prompted this shift towards directing.

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Dance News
JT Church and Robert Roldan in Travis Wall's "The Mirror" on "So You Think You Can Dance" (Michael Becker/FOX)

(...drumroll please...)

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The Look

Understated classwear puts your technique front and center.

Dance Spirit photographed Mikaela, Mio, and Zoe on Juilliard's campus at the end of the 2016–17 school year.

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Dance News
Michael Becker/FOX

The competition is officially heating up—meaning this week, the Top 8 danced not only with their respective All-Star partners, but also with each other! Yay! (The solos have been great and all, but additional duets are way more exciting.) But first...

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A still from Polina (Courtesy of Oscilloscope Laboratorie

The French dance film that made waves at last year's Venice Film Festival is now stateside: Polina opened in theaters on August 25th. The story follows a young Russian ballerina-in-the-making, played by dancer Anastasia Shevtsova, who's performed with the Mariinsky Ballet.

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Watch This
via YouTube

If you're looking for a distraction from the Sunday Scaries, boy are you in luck. This 4-minute dance film is so gorgeously intense you won't be able to focus on anything less than #AllOfTheFeels.

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