Great contemporary choreographers and soulful singer-songwriters have always made for a perfect match. That's why we were thrilled when we found out "SYTYCD" and "Dance Moms" choreographer Kristin McQuaid created the music video for "Light the Sky," a hit single from "America's Got Talent" winner Grace VanderWaal.
You guys, I feel so sorry for the "World of Dance" judges: Their job is so freaking tough. Every single one of the acts from last night's episode was absolutely amazing. How could you even THINK about picking a winner in each of the night's four duels?! Luckily, those hard choices are up to the judges, and we just get to enjoy the jaw-dropping dancing.
Well, if you're Broadway vlogger and dance newbie Tyler Mount, super-easy! In a special video for Playbill.com, Broadway CATS Christine Cornish Smith, Tyler Hanes and Ahmad Simmons lead Mount through a phrase from the feline-tastic musical's opening number, "Jellicle Songs for Jellicle Cats."
Yes, I know summer doesn't *officially* kick off until June 21, but tomorrow at 10 am, I'll be feeling all of the #summervibes.
Why? That's the first Moves with Limón Dance of 2017. In my humble opinion one of the best "secret" freebies of an NYC summer, these open-level modern dance classes happen every Saturday from 10 to 11 am in Bryant Park through September 30.
If, like me, you've ever wondered (and wondered) how that stunning opening scene in La La Land came together, do we have a treat for you.
Dance celebs are having quite a moment in the mainstream media right now, and let me tell you: I am ALL about it. The entire DS team has been living for Elle magazine's "The Movement" video series, not to mention Kween Misty's presence in just about every print or online media outlet.