Photo by Joe Toreno

The stars aligned back in 2013, when two young dancers walked into Tricia Miranda's class at International Dance Academy in Hollywood. Kaycee Rice, then 10, and Gabe De Guzman, then 12, plowed their way through an intricate hip-hop combo to Rihanna's "Right Now," showing dancers twice their age what it means to go full-out. Miranda, one of the industry's most sought-after choreographers, was captivated. "I remember thinking, 'Wow, these kids are aliens,' " Miranda says. "It's so rare to find a student who's mastered both performance and technique, and here I had two."

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The latest in the never-gets-old trend of dancers modeling fashion (dare I say, bringing it to life?!) is a video of two of our favorite sisters dancing in all the latest for Glamour magazine.

Maddie and Mackenzie Ziegler are too cute for words, though we would have loved to see a little bit fiercer choreography. I mean, the world knows what these two are capable of. And by now, modeling is just another day in the life of miss Maddie Z. But the point was to show off the latest couture and, as usual, the Ziegler ladies nailed it.

Dance and fashion FORRREEVVVVERRRRRR!

Enjoy!

 

NYC college students and recent grads, listen up! We’ve extended the application deadline for Dance Spirit’s fall internship to September 10. That means you still have time to tell us why you’re the perfect candidate for the coolest job ever with the best editorial staff ever. OK, so we may be a little biased, but we just really like our jobs. And if you’re a hard-working aspiring writer/editor who loves dance, you’ll really like working with us.

We love holidays! The Dance Spirit staff all dressed up for Valentine’s Day 2013 with former DS intern Megan Kirsch (far left)

Want to spend two days a week with us this semester?

Just send a cover letter, updated resume and two writing samples to Hanna Rubin at hrubin@dancemedia.com. Be sure to put “Fall Internship Application” in the subject line and specify that you’re interested in interning for Dance Spirit.

Internships are unpaid and require a minimum two-day-a-week, onsite commitment through December at our office in NYC. We can offer school credit to college students, and we do not accept high school students. Preference is given to college juniors and seniors.

We can’t wait to meet you!

Are you curious about what goes on behind the scenes at your favorite magazine? You’re in luck, because Dance Spirit is searching for an intern for this semester—and it’s your last week to apply!

If writing about dance, helping out at photo shoots and hanging with the coolest editorial team on the block seems like your dream job, just send a cover letter, updated resume and two writing samples to Hanna Rubin at hrubin@dancemedia.com. Be sure to put “fall/winter internship application” in the subject line and specify that you’re interested in interning for Dance Spirit (internships are also available at our sister publications, Dance Magazine, Pointe and Dance Teacher.)

Internships are unpaid and require a minimum two-day-a-week, onsite commitment through December at our office in NYC. We do not accept high school students.

The deadline is September 20, so act fast. We can’t wait to meet you!

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